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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 92 months ago in Europe | +33 votes | 17 comments
Britain's oldest buildings. Oldest buildings in Britain. Britain's oldest cathedral, Britain's oldest church. Britain's oldest castle. Britain's oldest hotel. Britain's oldest house. Britain's oldest lighthouse. Britain's oldest pub. Britain's oldest windmill. Britain's oldest shop. Britain's oldest extant building, the broch.
Published by DeeBee 93 months ago in Europe | +26 votes | 11 comments
History of British windmills. Britain's oldest windmill. Windmill facts. Heron of Alexandria.
Published by DeeBee 93 months ago in Europe | +22 votes | 13 comments
Trinity House. British lighthouses. Britain's oldest lighthouse. Britain's tallest lighthouse. Britain's most isolated lighthouse. History of British lighthouses. history of trinity House. Britain's most southerly lighthouse. Britain's most northerly lighthouse. British lighthouse facts.British shipping zones. last manned lighthouses around the U.K,
Published by DeeBee 94 months ago in Europe | +16 votes | 5 comments
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 94 months ago in Europe | +15 votes | 22 comments
The marble church of St Margaret the Virgin of Antioch, is situated in the village of Bodelwyddan in North Wales.Canadian war graves, North Wales. Lady Margaret Willoughby de Broke. North Wales churches.
Published by DeeBee 96 months ago in Europe | +22 votes | 11 comments
Facts about Iceland's Phallological museum.Iceland's phallological or penis museum has 261 specimens from over 90 mammal species, but as yet no homo - sapien exhibits.Iceland's phallalogical museum is located in Husavik.
Published by DeeBee 98 months ago in Europe | +17 votes | 14 comments
Originally called Pretania as far back as the 1st century, and later re - named Britannia by the Romans,with it's people known as Britons, this low lying island nation of 216,777 sq km lying on the north west coast of continental Europe is today officially known as the United Kingdom Of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Published by DeeBee 98 months ago in Europe | +11 votes | 7 comments
Isle of Man guide.The Isle of Man is a self governing British Crown Dependency and not part of the U.K. Situated in the Irish Sea, The Isle of Man recognised for it's Manx symbol of the three legged Triskellion, and for being the home of the T.T Races and the oldest government in the world, the Tynwald. Ths capital of the Isle of Man is Douglas. The language of the Isle of Man is Manx.
Published by DeeBee 98 months ago in Europe | +13 votes | 7 comments
Bruges is the largest city and capital of the province of West Flanders, in the Flemish Region of Belgium. It’s an egg-shaped city and one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Site. It was known as the “Venice of the North” because you can see and would feel like living within the medieval times.
Published by Alma Galvez 98 months ago in Europe | +17 votes | 8 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 98 months ago in Europe | +28 votes | 18 comments
Cappadocia is one of the wonders of the world with its many incredible geological formations. It was a result of both constructive and destructive forces of nature – volcanic activity and erosion. Among of the famous sites in this region are the painted cave churches of Göreme.
Published by Alma Galvez 98 months ago in Europe | +15 votes | 14 comments
The Kaali Meteorite Crater area is believed to be the last densely populated place on earth that has seen a major meteorite impact.
Published by Joe Dorish 100 months ago in Europe | +12 votes | 6 comments
Dettifoss is located in Iceland and is the largest volume and perhaps the most magnificent waterfall in all of Europe.
Published by Joe Dorish 100 months ago in Europe | +6 votes | 12 comments
Published by Laurie Cirivello 115 months ago in Europe | +0 votes | 0 comments
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