Sunday, September 24, 2017

Travelling in Libya

There is a lot for the historical traveler’s soul to explore when in Libya. If you have a liking for antiquities, deserts, ruins and beaches, then Libya is the place for...

The Temple of Artemis in Turkey Deserves Your Visit

The Temple of Artemis refers to a Greek temple devoted to the Greek Goddess Artemis situated in a marshy basin between Selcuk and Ephesus in Turkey. Also known as Temple of...

The Ireland Culture

It had been said that the culture of Ireland is far from being monumental. There are a lot of cultural divides the co exist between city dwellers and rural people in...

The Ireland Nightlife

Irish peeps as you can see with the last event of St. Patrick’s day, knows how to party and to celebrate. It has been their tradition. However, in a smaller scale,...

THE LOST CITY OF LA CIUDAD PERDIDA

La Ciudad Perdida is Spanish for ‘Lost City’. Housed in the depths of the Sierra Nevada jungle, the ruins of this city is one of the largest archaeological finds of the...

The Mysterious Church of the Savior on Blood

Also known as the Church on Spilt Blood and officially the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is among the major tourist attractions...

Mehrangar Fort Museum – House Of Palanquins And Cradles

The Mehrangarh Fort is said to be related to Rao Jodha. He was the fifteen ruler of Rathore in the year 1458. After his accession, Jodha was said to be advised...

PU`UHONUA O HONAUNAU NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK, Hawaii

Most of you may have never thought of Hawaii as being a place of historical interest, right? With all due respect, we take great pleasure in proving you wrong while we...

Leaning Tower of Pisa: History behind the world famed attraction

With very little purpose of building a gigantic tower, this is indeed a mystery of fate that the Leaning Tower of Pisa is actually leaning slowly. The Leaning Tower of Pisa...

The Ireland Climate and What to Wear

Ireland has an Oceanic climate with a number of extremes in weather change. The warmest record in Ireland was 33.3 Degrees Celsius (91.84 Degrees Fahrenheit) at the Kilkenny Castle, County Kilkenny...