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Dunnotar Castle

From the series “The Greatest Castles of Scotland”
Dunnotar Castle is a ruined medieval fortress located on the north-east coast of Scotland. At first, it was mentioned in the 7th century. The main aim was to build a defensive construction that will be much better than other Scottish fortresses. This fortress is located upon a rocky headland. There was the time when it was possible to get to the castle only by a narrow and steep track that went through a complex of caves. Also, the castle had a secret passage that was hidden in a chimney of the rock.

For a long time, the fortress was inaccessible. In the beginning of the 12th century on orders of King William I the fortress was adopted in an administrative centre of Scotland. After these renovations, the castle was the main kings’ safe tower. Today a great number of legends are … Read all

Glenbuchat Castle

From the series “The Greatest Castles of Scotland”
Glenbuchat Castle is the most romantic place in Scotland. It was built there in 1590 for John Gordon of Cairnbarrow to mark his wedding. In front of the entrance has placed a memorial stone that resembles this. At once this place is romantic and tragedy one. Sons of John and Helen got a lot of disputes about the heritage. They put their mother in a room for a month in order she can’t interfere them.

From 1948 the castle is under control of the state. It is open for visitors during the whole year. Notwithstanding that the old castle doesn’t have a roof, all elements of the construction were saved. The last owner of the castle was John Gordon, a famous leader of Jacobite’s rebellions of 1715 and 1745. After the Battle of Culloden, he had to leave motherland and died in exile. The … Read all
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Expo 2020 in Dubai Was Visited by More Than 7 Million Visitors

If you haven’t visited this event yet, there is still time to book a hotel in Dubai because Expo 2020 Dubai runs until 31 March 2022. People who are unable to visit the emirate can make a virtual tour on the Expo 2020 website. By the way, the virtual visitation has already reached 31.6 million by the end of December. Read this


Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Great Britain

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2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Great Britain

This Great Britain map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

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St. Paul's Cathedral. St. Paul's Cathedral is the fifth church dedicated to St. Paul, the patron saint of London, built on this site. The first wooden church stood here back in 604 BC. Today's St. Paul's Cathedral was raised after its predecessor was burnt down in the Great Fire of London in 1666. The construction lasted about 40 years. Even when finished, the church was renewed periodically and decorated with new details, such as, for example, the mosaic on the ceiling above the choir that … Read more
The beautiful English city of Brighton is comfortably situated on the coast of the English Channel. Nowadays, this is an internationally famous resort destination approximately eighty kilometers away from the capital of the United Kingdom. Every year, a big number of tourists and vacationers visit this city in order to relax at comfortable beaches, sunbathe in the rays of the tender sun, and simply forget about urban stress and all troubles. In Brighton, you will find trendy restaurants, hotels, … Read more
Five galleries. Five galleries, which are scattered all over the city, feature works of outstanding artists of different periods of time. The National Gallery of Scotland is the place where you can look at the permanent exhibition of European art. The Royal Scottish Academy offers its visitors to enjoy the works by Monet, Titian and Gauguin. The Scottish National Portrait Gallery provides visitors with information about the 500-year old history of Scotland starting from Robert Burns and ending … Read more
The most-visited cultural institution of the city is a centre of marine life, it is quite unlike the classic aquarium, which can be seen in other cities. It is a huge complex, which is equipped with 50 pools of various sizes; in this centre are more than thousands of sea creatures in total. Visitors can sign up for a fascinating tour, during which the most endangered inhabitants of the deep sea and dangerous predators are explained. Some inhabitants are allowed to be touched, for example, you … Read more
The building of the Central Library is an outstanding architectural attraction. It has an unusual rounded form and a domed roof. In this building with slender columns, the most valuable collections of old books on philosophy, medicine, science and art are kept. The building of the library was constructed in the 1930s. From the moment of completion of the construction, it remains unchanged and is a spectacular monument of the neoclassical style. Artists will love the Art Gallery Whitworth. It … Read more
There are many beautiful medieval buildings in the city, among which Barley Hall is especially noteworthy. This beautiful house was built in the middle of the 14th century. Its founders are the monks from the nearby Nostelle Monastery. For a long history of existence, this house was replaced by many owners. At the end of the 20th century, the historic building was completely destroyed. In 1987, the building was bought by the York Archaeological Society. Now, in the completely renovated building, … Read more
In Glasgow is located one of the most visited cultural institutions in Scotland - the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. It occupies a striking historical building, which was built in the early 20th century and is a striking architectural monument in the Spanish Baroque style. Today in this art museum, a unique collection of works is collected, among which there are invaluable canvases by Titian, Botticelli, Dali, Rubens, Picasso, and well-known Scottish artists. Travelers who visit the gallery … Read more
The peaceful and charming city of Lincoln is situated in the East Midlands of England, on the bank of the Witham River. This beautiful settlement is the administrative center of the country of Lincolnshire. Lincoln is one of the main and important historic cities in the United Kingdom. Tourists from many countries of the world come here to see beautiful old landmarks that belong to different historic periods. Besides that, there are many beautiful parks in Lincoln that add unforgettable charm to … Read more - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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