Archive For March, 2012

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What to Do in Lisbon – Part 1

What to Do in Lisbon – Part 1

What To Do In Lisbon is a list of attractions, popular places and suggested activities & things to do during a visit to the capital city of Portugal. Here we go: Belém Tower Located on the north bank of Tagus (Tejo) River in Lisbon, western Portugal, the Belém Tower (Torre de Belém) dates from the early 16th century, and was…
Flower Shop in Mamaia

Flower Shop in Mamaia

A colorful carriage, loaded with flowers, in front of a flower shop on the promenade of Mamaia beach resort, Romania.
Saint-Louis des Invalides

Saint-Louis des Invalides

Chapel of Saint-Louis des Invalides is part of L'Hôtel national des Invalides complex of buildings in Paris, France, designed as a hospital for 17th century French army veterans.
Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower (La Tour Eiffel) - built in 1889, the  iconic landmark of Paris is visited by millions of tourists each year.
Inside Râ?nov Citadel

Inside Râ?nov Citadel

To complete our series of photos from the magical land of Transylvania, we bring you a photo that was taken inside the Râ?nov Citadel - built in 13th century and located near Bra?ov - with the city of Râ?nov, in the background. If you haven't seen our previous photos from Bra?ov, here they are: Bra?ov Black Church and Jekelius House.
Jekelius House

Jekelius House

Another medieval building in Bra?ov: the Jekelius House, built in 16th century and located at the intersection of Republicii Street and Michael Weiss Street, close to Central Square and the Black Church.
Bra?ov Black Church

Bra?ov Black Church

The Black Church (Biserica Neagr?) is a 14th century, Gothic style, Lutheran church in Bra?ov (Transylvania, Romania), right next to Central Square (Pia?a Sfatului). 1989
Bran Village Museum

Bran Village Museum

Located right next to Bran Castle (also known as Dracula's Castle), the Village Museum from Bran (Romania) exhibits old houses and artifacts of Transylvania's rural life, most of them dating from the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. 1956
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