The Corvin Castle is one of the most interesting and mysterious castles in Eastern Europe. Situated in Hunedoara, Romania, it first served as a fort and later on it became the residence of a nobleman. Its well preserved architecture is a good example of Gothic architecture in Romania during the middle ages.
Ireland needs no further description. We all know what this beautiful land is about and still we can’t help saying that the country is a must-see. The reasons? Various. To put it simply, the unique elements of the Irish culture make the place a compulsory item on your to-visit list.
The charm of carved stone has fascinated the humanity since ancient times, but when this art extends to the architecture of a large building or even an entire city, the result is one that seems almost unreal. Tourist attractions below are the best examples!
Since when you have not had a vacation from which to return really happy? Do not blame the transport, services or lost luggage at the airport, most likely your chosen destination was not the most inspired. However, here are a few places in the world where happiness seems to be at home!
The 9 Streets is a collective name given to the nine cosy and picturesque shopping streets in the Unesco Heritage listed Amsterdam Canal Belt. These nine little streets run between Raadhuisstraat and Leidsestraat, just a few minutes walk behind the Royal Palace at the Dam Square
Versailles is famous in our history books, from its humble origins as a small village to the envious courts of the kings of France, its decline into decadence and it’s role in securing the most famous peace treaty of World War One; The Treaty of Versailles.