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Unusual English landmarks. Anthony Gormley. Angel of the North. Another Place. Chalk carvings. geoglyphs. Concrete cows. Superlambanana. The metal tree Slough. Penshaw Monument. SS Vina shipwreck, Brancaster, Norfolk. Spinaker Tower, Portsmouth.
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in Europe | +15 votes | 22 comments
Rivers in the British Isles, the largest group of islands off the northwest coast of continental Europe: their origin, mouth, lenght
Published by lucia anna 86 months ago in Europe | +39 votes | 21 comments
Belgium is a small and beautiful country in northwestern Europe and offers many places of interest for every tourist. The top ten places to visit in this lovely country of Europe depend on the interest of every traveler and will vary from person to person
Published by Erik Van Tongerloo 102 months ago in Europe | +17 votes | 20 comments
Cyprus, also called the island of Aphrodite, is the largest island in the eastern Mediterranean Sea and covers an area of 9,251 sq km. This romantic island, divided into Greek and Turkish-Cypriotic sections, is an attractive travel destination for the foreign visitor
Published by Erik Van Tongerloo 96 months ago in Europe | +28 votes | 18 comments
Cappadocia is an amazing place having so many wonders to see, like the natural geological formations called the “Fairy Chimneys,” the open-air museum that consists of cave churches, nunneries and monastery, and the underground cave cities.
Published by Alma Galvez 100 months ago in Europe | +28 votes | 18 comments
Ireland, the third largest island off the northwest coast of continental Europe: its geography, climate, economy, flora
Published by lucia anna 87 months ago in Europe | +31 votes | 17 comments
Medieval times are a fascinating part of history with castles, knights in shining armor and kings and queens and these castles are reminders of how life was in the medieval times.
Published by Sam Montana 94 months ago in Europe | +33 votes | 17 comments
A great number of castles can be found across the British Isles. All of which were covered with mystery and stories of love and romance. Some of these castles are now lovingly restored into wonderful lodgings so that travelers could get a taste of royalty by staying in one once they visit.
Published by Alma Galvez 96 months ago in Europe | +28 votes | 16 comments
Steel church, tin tabernacle, cast iron church, St Stephen's, Istanbul, San Sebastian, Manila, St Barabara's, Deepcut, Surrey, fire proof church, earthquake proof church
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in Europe | +14 votes | 16 comments
facts about Brighton and the Royal Pavillion.The Royal Pavillion, Brighton was built for the Prince Regent, later to be King George IV. the Royal Pavillion, Brighton, was designed, first by architect Henry Hall in 1808 and then by architect John Nash in 1815. facts about the Brighton Pavillion. brighton and the Royal Pavillion facts.
Published by DeeBee 98 months ago in Europe | +17 votes | 16 comments
During the 18th century in Britain, when landscape gardener Lancelot “Capability” Brown replaced formal gardens with natural-looking features, hedge mazes flourished, but with the growth of industrialization and the leisure industry in the 19th century, mazes became less elitist.
Published by Alma Galvez 99 months ago in Europe | +34 votes | 16 comments
Facts about Superlambanana. Superlambanana and Minisuperlambananas are tourist attractions in the City of Liverpool in the U.K. Superlambanana facts.Liverpool's Superlambanana facts.
Published by DeeBee 98 months ago in Europe | +10 votes | 15 comments
A town that is the oldest in the region of Cinque Terre in Italy, and is located on the tip of a ravine down to the wild and rugged coastline of the Ligurian Sea is Manarola. ItÂ’s the second of the smallest town in Cinque Terre thatÂ’s very popular with tourists for its colorful houses and a picturesque view of the sea.
Published by Alma Galvez 98 months ago in Europe | +29 votes | 15 comments
Located on King George Island, near Russian Bellingshausen Station in Antarctica, is a small Russian Orthodox Church known as the Trinity church. It is the southernmost Orthodox Church in the world.
Published by Alma Galvez 93 months ago in Europe | +28 votes | 14 comments
unusual places to find a church. Churches in unusual places. church In a cave.Church in a hillside. church in a saltmine.Church in a tree. Church on a bridge. Church on a cliff face. Churchon a volcanic plug. Basilica on a canyon.
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in Europe | +19 votes | 14 comments
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