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Photos of Sedlec Ossuary – Bone Church in Kutna Hora

“When there’s no more room in hell the dead will walk the earth..” Our Photos of Sedlec Ossuary When there’s no more room in the ground the dead will be piled high. To solve the problem of over-crowded cemeteries, the dead were made into a church, that church is Sedlec Ossuary, the bone church at Kutna … Continue reading Photos of Sedlec Ossuary – Bone Church in Kutna Hora

Buzludzha / Buzludja / Бузлуджа / България

Our trip, halfway across the globe, to experience Buzludzha in Bulgaria, was out of this world! How does one start an article about this ideological, brutalist, communist, dystopian future, soviet era structure? Well you refer to yourself as “one” and then write a couple of sentences that you hope are funny but probably aren’t. While on … Continue reading Buzludzha / Buzludja / Бузлуджа / България

Looking for travel ideas holiday plans and maybe something a little different from the norm?

Are you stuck in a holiday rut?   Maybe it’s time to go for some different travel ideas holiday plans and trips. Do you ever get bored of the same kind of travel ideas holiday plans? Does sitting on a beach for two weeks solid get a little, well, boring? I guess most people don’t … Continue reading Looking for travel ideas holiday plans and maybe something a little different from the norm?

If you come to Turkey Marmaris is well worth considering a visit

Why I think you should try Turkey & Marmaris this summer When it comes to summer holidays, it’s no wonder that so many people are flocking to Turkey. There are several fun-filled, sunny resorts dotted all along the southern Turkish coast, bathed by the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas. These resorts bask in golden sunlight and … Continue reading If you come to Turkey Marmaris is well worth considering a visit

Athenee Palace Bucharest and Romanian Memories

Now called the Athenee Palace Hilton, in 1912, on the location of the former Gherasi Inn, Romanians started building the Athenee Palace Bucharest. Designed by French architect Théophile Bradeau. It was the first grandiose building in the Capital with a reinforced concrete skeleton. Its inauguration took place in 1914. The Athenee Palace Bucharest has a very … Continue reading Athenee Palace Bucharest and Romanian Memories

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