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Riverdance Wrecks

From the series “The Surviving Remains of Shipwrecks You Can Observe Yourself”
Passenger-and-freight ferry "Riverdance" now has found its eternal anchorage near Blackpool, Lancashire, Britain. It has happened in 2008 during the huge storm. The ship was transported about a thousand packages of McVitie’s cookies. Then, after the wreck, the shore was full of them. The ship crew consisted of 14 people, all of them struggled to the last breath to save the ship and its cargo.

However, the storm was by far stronger than the crew. The speed of wind went up to 110 kilometres per hour, and wave height was over 7 meters. The ship was leaned for 45 degrees by one of such strong waves, in this position it has left forever. All crew was saved but the huge ship has left on this sandy coast. At first, this enormous passenger-and-freight ferry has to be taken away by the state … Read all

Shell Grotto

From the series “15 Historical Monuments, with Riddles not yet Solved”
The wonderful Shell Grotto has placed in Margate, Great Britain. There is no accurate date of the building and the original purpose of the Grotto. It was found accidentally by local, James Newlove, in 1835. He wanted to make an artificial pond at this place. During the irrigation projects, he found an unusual tunnel decorated with artificial mosaic from sea shells. It was subsequently learned that the tunnels were leading up to the huge underground 20-meter corridor.

The walls and the ceiling are decorated with the mosaic form various shells of the unbelievable beauty. The researchers are sure that this Grotto was man-made. Although, who and for what built this underground asylum with the outstanding decoration, we can’t even suppose. The specialists counted that about 4 million shells … Read all
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Traveling in Norway: the Best Places to See During a Short Getaway

If you plan to stay in Norway only for several days, do not limit yourself to the capital. Hotels in Oslo are quite expensive but it is still better to book a hotel located close to the city center. Most tourists start their journey in Norway with Oslo as the biggest airport in the country is located in the capital. The capital’s major attractions include the Oslo Opera House, the Royal Palace, the National Museum, the Munch Museum, Grand Hotel, Parliament building, and Karl Johaus Gate Road. Visit the Munch Museum to see famous “The Scream” painting and then move to Aker Brygge harbor – most tourists come here to take pictures of old ships. Finally, the Grünerløkka neighborhood is a trendy place for everyone who likes partying at night or visiting cute vintage shops in the daytime. Read this

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Culture of regions in Great Britain

London
Highgate Cemetery is worth noting among other interesting sights of the capital of The Foggy Albion. In addition to being an architecturally beautiful cemetery (as some interesting Gothic crypts can be found here) and where some famous people (Karl Marx, Ellen Wood) are buried as well, it is known for its occult past. This fact has often made the place a site for making horror films. Another cemetery that evokes conflicting feelings such as aesthetic pleasure and extraordinary awe and … Read more
Edinburgh
Since Edinburgh is home to many famous personalities, and is connected with the life of many famous writers (Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle), the sights of the city cannot but be affected by this knowledge. In honor of these great people, there is the Writers’ Museum in the capital of Scotland. Also, many famous people who were born or at some point lived in Edinburgh, have a monument erected to their honor here – in particular, Walter Scott, William Wallace, James … Read more
Blackpool
It is also interesting while in the city to visit the Museum Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Many interesting exhibits presented here cast doubts on the reality of what is happening or, on the contrary, will make you feel that the fantastic things such as robots, talking dolls, dinosaurs, and various kinds of artifacts, are real. Fans of the cult TV series Star Trek should visit the museum dedicated to it. Here among the exhibits you can find costumes and items from the series. Those who wish to … Read more
Manchester
Where, if not in Manchester, can be located a Museum dedicated to football "National Football Museum"? As already noted, it was the football club that glorified the city, so it is not surprising that there is a cultural institution dedicated to it, among the exhibits of the museum you will find interactive installations and cups. But this is not the most interesting —you can enjoy the quiz on the knowledge of football in the Museum, as well as try yourself as a sports commentator. In addition, … Read more
York
York is one of the few cities in the UK that has managed to preserve its unique medieval atmosphere. This is one of the most picturesque cities in the country and so it is distinguished by a huge choice of important historical and architectural sites. The Cathedral has remained the main symbol of the beautiful city for many centuries. The age of the church is more than five hundred years. Earlier the site of the huge cathedral, the height of the towers of which is about 40 meters, was occupied … Read more
Glasgow
Tourists should not forget to visit the historic district of East End, which territory is the location of several important sightseeing objects. Here you will find St. Mungo Church and the ancient Tron Steeple Tower. Don’t forget to visit the church’s cemetery. This amazing sight of the early 19th century is the place where many outstanding political and military figures are buries. Nowadays the cemetery is a place of a great interest from an architectural point of view. The territory of the … Read more
Birmingham
There is a great variety of interesting buildings in Birmingham, the architecture of which is unique. The Blakesley Hall is one of them. The building has a historical value, as it is a vivid example of a peasant house from the time of Elizabeth I. Interesting festivals and concerts are often held here. The Selly Manor, which at first glance looks quite simple, is very spacious inside. The atmosphere that prevails here is truly considered authentic – while inside, it is quite possible to forget … Read more
Liverpool
From an architectural point of view, Liverpool Philharmonic is simply amazing from the very first minutes. Built in the Art Deco style, the building cannot go unnoticed. Among other places of interest that must be viewed and visited, it is worth mentioning The Isla Gladstone Conservatory. This unique building will amaze even those who are used to having nothing surprising them, and it is architecturally attractive, as well as an excellent example of the Victorian era. The building is closed to … Read more

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