Europe

Craco, a ghost town in Italy

24 September, 2013 0 Comments
Craco, a ghost town in Italy

Craco is an old village located in the Province of Matera in Italy. Known as Graculum in Ancient Rome, its more than two thousand years of history are still recorded on their stones. At the beginning, Craco was born as a small village of farmers. With the passing of the years the small city managed prosperity […]

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Legoland Billund, fun for the whole family

19 April, 2013 0 Comments
Legoland Billund, fun for the whole family

The Legoland park in Billund was built by the Kristiansen family, of Danish origin, in 1932 with 58 million pieces of the famous game “Lego”. The Lego company, which was born as a small carpentry workshop, is today one of the most important toy factories of the world. The term “Lego” comes from the Danish […]

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The “House of the deaths” in Salamanca

28 February, 2013 0 Comments
The “House of the deaths” in Salamanca

In the Spanish city of Salamanca, in the “Calle de los Bordadores“, there is a house that was built in the early sixteenth century. It was built by the architect Juan de Alava. Its facade, in the plateresque style, is one of the most beautiful of Salamanca. On the balcony there is a bust of […]

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Wallachia, journey through the history of Romania

20 February, 2013 0 Comments
Wallachia, journey through the history of Romania

Wallachia is a historical region of Romania that is located in the southern part of the country. It is situated in a mountainous area in the south of the Carpathian Mountains and is bordered by the Danube river. This region is divided into two subregions that are separated by the Olt river: Oltenia (Lesser Wallachia) […]

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Helgoland, the red island

19 February, 2013 0 Comments
Helgoland, the red island

In your trip by German lands, you can visit a charming island: Helgoland. Helgoland is a small island with a triangular shape that measures only 2 kilometres in length. It is known as “red island” because of the color of the cliffs. They are in fact two islands, but only one of them is inhabited, […]

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Angouleme and its murals

15 February, 2013 0 Comments
Angouleme and its murals

Today we visited Angouleme, a city in the south of Poitiers, in the French region of Poitou-Charentes, famous, among other things, because of their close relationship with the world of the comic. The comic book characters that have made it famous can be seen in its streets, portrayed in painted murals in various areas of […]

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Stonehenge, a mystery in stone

14 February, 2013 0 Comments
Stonehenge, a mystery in stone

Stonehenge is one of the most mysterious megalithic monuments that exist today, both by the type of construction in a double circle as used by the stones, which did not exist in the area in the time it was built. With a diameter of 98 meters, this ancient monument is formed by a double circle […]

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Sleeping in a can of beer in Denmark

5 February, 2013 0 Comments
Sleeping in a can of beer in Denmark

If you like to discover interesting places to spend the night, you’re going to love this ones. If you’re in Skanderborg, Denmark, this summer and you want to enjoy the Smukfest, famous music festival, you can choose to sleep in a can of beer, do you like the idea?. As in other major festivals, the […]

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Aranjuez, a resting place for the royalty

18 January, 2013 0 Comments
Aranjuez, a resting place for the royalty

Today we are traveling to Spain searching for places with charm. Now we make a stop, for example, in a city of the province of Madrid, a city that has a rich historical heritage, and a elegant beauty: Aranjuez, which is the symbol of the Spanish imperial courts of past centuries. The word “Aranjuez” sounds […]

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Moscow Kremlin, a city between walls

15 January, 2013 0 Comments
Moscow Kremlin, a city between walls

The Moscow Kremlin is composed of religious and civil buildings that are surrounded by a wall and is located in the centre of the city, near the Moskva river and the Red Square. The origins of the Moscow Kremlin dating back to the twelfth century, when the territory known today as Moscow was inhabited by […]

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