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1. 150-year-old home preserves cultural ethos
June 01, 2018

Once a trite symbol of the local culture of Busturialdea, Spain, this stone and oak building called ‘Baserri’ stands partially refurbished to serve a contemporary lifestyle, at the expert hands of Bilbao Architecture Team (BAT)… This 150-year-old farmhouse is listed as a historical heritage building located inside the Urdaibai Biosphere in the heart of the Oma Valley, Spain. It stands commandingly in all its splendour of stone walls and oak wood structural elements, typical of Basque countryside buildings, untouched by the vagaries of its immediate surrounds Looking at it, one can ha... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

2. Moving through Madrid: Accessible Sightseeing
May 25, 2018

The historical city of Madrid does not have the best reputation when it comes to providing access for the disabled. Holidays here are full of culture and history, but they can also be dotted with snags and complications for wheelchair users. However, things are improving - slowly but surely! Here are my tips for wheelchair-using sightseers in Madrid: what to see and what to bear in mind as you roll around the city. Must-See Sights • Prado Museum – The Prado Museum is one of the most important art galleries in the world. All four floors are accessible via lifts and have a smooth ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Visit the Homes and Museums of Amsterdam's Most Famous Faces
May 22, 2018

Amsterdam is a cultural city teeming with history. From world-renowned artist Van Gogh to the WW2 diarist Anne Frank, this “Northern Venice” won’t fail to amaze. The Dutch capital is therefore the perfect European getaway for a weekend of historical splendour. The easiest way for visitors to reach Amsterdam is to fly, followed by a pre-booked airport taxi. Schiphol is by far the biggest and best connected airport in the region. Anne Frank Museum The story of Anne Frank’s life is one of tragedy and heroism. For almost three years the Frank family lived in hiding in an annexe at 263 P... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Hire Taxi in Hua Hin and Enjoy Holidays
May 19, 2018

If you're searching for a holiday getaway this season, then HuaHin is the best place to become! HuaHin is really a Royal Beach Resort town in Thailand known widely because of its National Parks and historical sites. It is extremely near to the Capital, Bangkok and is also frequented by many of the local people. It offers typically pleasant climate and excellent for sunbathing enthusiasts. HuaHin offers among Thailand's largest fishing fleets making its fish market the numero uno spot to visit whilst in the town. From the first morning catches for their sales, it really is worth an event. ... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

5. Kingston Lacy: Discover Dorset's Unexpected Italian Mansion
May 08, 2018

Considering a trip away somewhere in the UK? Looking to experience culture and the countryside? How about a Dorset weekend? Breaks like these are unparalleled for relaxation, historical entertainment, and rural adventure options, but there’s one thing you should make sure you don’t miss out on: Kingston Lacy. A Stunning Interior Kingston Lacy is a beautiful country mansion in the rolling green hills of Dorset, with countless options to fill a day. Offering you something a bit different to your average day away, Kingston Lacy dates back to 1683, when the local family, the Ralphs, mov... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Courier Work Through the Centuries: 4 Delivery Methods
May 04, 2018

In a world of next-day deliveries, precise to-the-hour delivery slots and live parcel tracking, it’s hard to imagine courier work in some of its more rustic forms. But before we had the help of modern technology and transport, humans had many ingenious means of getting a package from A to B. Here, we take a look back at the roots of courier work as we know it: four historical parcel carriers that will make you grateful for our modern-day delivery driver fleets. Running An age-old method of message delivery, people have been delivering on foot since 2,400 BC, when human go-betweens we... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Make History Fun for Kids in Dorset
April 20, 2018

Taking a family trip to stay in one of the fantastic holiday parks in Dorset? This county is an amazing destination for a getaway with the kids, with tons to do and see along the Jurassic Coast. But there’s more to the area than just its beautiful beaches and well-appointed holiday parks. In Dorset you’ll also find a rich heritage waiting to be explored and it’s a perfect place to get your kids invested in Britain’s fascinating past. A visit to Dorchester, in particular, offers some unmissable historical attractions that the whole family will love. Roman Town House The Roman Town House is t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. See Lady Liberty on an Educational Trip to New York
April 18, 2018

New York has a lot to offer students and teachers embarking on an educational trip across the pond. To gather an understanding of the origins of the USA on modern-day Americans through the country’s history of immigration, a visit to Ellis Island and the Immigration Museum are essential. Both offer great learning opportunities for students, as well as a view of the iconic American landmark the Statue of Liberty. Ellis Island There is no doubt that Ellis Island is a significant landmark for modern-day Americans. You can find the historical site just south of Manhattan in New York. Hi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Best Benidorm Holiday Recommendations for History Buffs
April 16, 2018

Benidorm has long been a popular holiday destination for beachgoers, but did you know it also has unique cultural offerings? While some visitors may overlook them, the city has some prominent historical sites. Let me share with you a few highlights you won’t want to miss on your visit! Museo de Agricola Benidorm’s ‘Agricultural Museum’ certainly has much to offer any history lover. It contains a vast collection of historic farming equipment once utilized throughout the region, such as horse-drawn ploughs. The museum’s highlight is its water mill, complete with its own water whe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Romania - Must See Locations
March 31, 2018

By far the most favourite locations in Romania would be the following: -­ Castles and palaces - In Romania we are able to find very preserved castles and palaces from your Medieval times. The historically significant castles an palaces are Bran, Corvinti, Fagaras and Palace of Peles. The favourite among the castles certainly is the Bran Castle that is also referred to as Dracula`s Castle. Some historical data prooves this castle had been a base for Vlad Tepes, the most popular Dracula. - Monasteries - the Romanian monasteries are very well recognized for the frescoes that were hand p... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

11. INVESTMENT LAWS
March 27, 2018

International government agreements set aside the rules and regulations that govern the government and foreign investors. Investment is a branch of law that has rules that govern the investment. Investment governed can either be an international investment or national investment. Investment law governing the international investment is shaped economic, political and historical factors. Mostly the capital- exporting and capital-importing states have clashed regularly. National investment is governed by the national investment law . The commercial law cuts across the property law and obliga... (read more)

Author: Alice Ken

12. Fun in Faro: Our Itinerary for a Weekend Trip
March 26, 2018

As the capital of the Algarve, it is easy to overlook Faro as simply the gateway to some of Europe’s most stunning beaches. However, as a weekend city break, it can provide the perfect combination of sunshine and historical sites to pique your interest, with some unbeatable oceanside cuisine thrown in for good measure. As with any city break, a great itinerary makes all the difference. Day one: Historical Meanderings, Culinary Delights What better way to begin your weekend in Faro than with a stroll through the delightful cobbled streets of the old town? Channel your inner flâneur by... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Savouring Spanish Specialities in Benidorm
March 14, 2018

Whether you’re a beach bum or a culture lover, a sunny getaway to Benidorm should be at the top of your holiday bucket list. Situated in Spain’s Alicante region, this coastal resort is the perfect place to ride the waves on a surfboard, discover historical landmarks or haggle your way through open-air markets. But regardless of what fun-filled activities you opt for, there’s one thing that all visitors love: the city’s rich and varied gastronomy. Although Benidorm is peppered with restaurants from A to Z, here are the five that’ll allow you to truly and fully experience the authentic taste of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Global Copper Mining to 2021: Ken Research
March 14, 2018

GlobalData's"Global Copper Mining to 2021", report covers comprehensive information on global copper mining industry, global copper reserves by country, the historical and forecast data on global copper production and production by country. The report also includes the historical and forecast data on copper consumption prices; major exporters and importers. The report also includes, factors affecting the demand for copper, profile of major copper producing companies in the world and region-wise data on the active, exploration and development copper projects. Summary of the global copper minin... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

15. Earrings Can Exhibit Your Personal Style
March 09, 2018

Most of us enjoy playing with this looks by dangling jewelry off our ears within the quest for beauty and identity. The historical past of ear adornment dates back many thousands of years and covers an array of cultures. Warriors wore plugs to improve their fierceness and ladies wore golden hoops to improve their desirability. Sailors wore earrings to indicate they survived a ship wreck plus some people just wore the jewelry simply because they liked the actual way it looked. Just like a Christmas tree using its ornaments, our ears need something to improve their desirable features. Bone,... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

16. Admiralty Head Lighthouse and the First Woman Keeper
March 07, 2018

On Whidbey Island located in Puget Sound Washington State is Fort Casey, the home of Admiralty Head Lighthouse and its seventeen year old female assistant keeper. Fort Casey is near the Coupeville Ferry Terminal. So, its a good idea to arrive early for your ferry giving you time to explore the lighthouse which is located inside Fort Casey Historical State Park. In 1858, 10 acres was purchased by the U. S. government to build a lighthouse. They paid $400.00 . This was the first lighthouse and was built of wood as a two story house with a tower rising from the gable. It was finished ... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

17. An Efficient Application Process For Algeria Visas From The UK
February 16, 2018

Algeria – officially the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria – is an undoubtedly fascinating country from a both cultural and historical perspective, and there are many reasons why Britons seek Algeria Visas From The UK. Here at Documents and Visas, we can assist your efforts to obtain a visa for Algeria, whether you intend to visit the North African country for reasons of business, work or tourism. What Do You Need To Be Aware Of Before Applying? If you are the holder of a full ‘British Citizen’ passport, you will not be able to travel to Algeria unless you obtain a visa... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

18. Manchester School Trips for Fanatical Football Fans
February 12, 2018

For secondary school sports students, an overnight school trip to the football-mad city of Manchester offers multiple opportunities to immerse themselves in the sporting culture and to explore some of the most iconic venues in the country. As well as taking in the educational and historical aspects of Old Trafford, Etihad Stadium, the National Football Museum and Sport City, the itinerary of a well-planned school trip touring the top football attractions of Manchester is also imbued with fun and memories. Old Trafford The legendary home of Man United has a range of educational exper... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Transfagarasan - The World's Most Stunning Road
February 09, 2018

Romania has occasionally been known as the land of preference, because there are plenty of various things for tourists to accomplish in the nation. There are lots of beautiful places of worship, countless historical castles and a great deal of wildlife roaming the various ecosystems that the country provides. For individuals who fancy something a bit different, then your Transfagara?an road is where to go. The Transfagara?an road (also known as the DN7C) was integrated the 1970s being a military path to assist the Romanian Army to navigate the Southern Carpathian Mountains throughout the ... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

20. A Historical Resort: Chamonix
January 17, 2018

The elite ski resort of Chamonix has long been the haunt of the glamourous ski set. But if you think that Chamonix is all about its infamous après-ski scene and top notch boutiques – then think again. This alpine town has a few surprises in store for culture hungry skiers (and non-skiers too). If your holiday wish list includes, fine dining, art, museums, history, architecture and being surrounded by cultural ambience, then Chamonix is sure to tick all your boxes. Humble Beginnings Few people know that Chamonix owes its title of world-class ski resort to two English aristocrats, Wi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Make the Most of Minerve on Your French Barge Cruise
January 16, 2018

As a French barge cruise travelling down the Canal du Midi often stops off in the stunning historical town of Minerve, there are a few interesting features you might want to know concerning its history, culture and heritage. About Minerve and its Periphery Set in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of Southern France, the Minervois area is an underappreciated beauty. Its deep blue skies extend above impressive mountains, widespread vineyards and large olive trees, while charming villages and châteaux are nestled between these agricultural riches. Minerve itself is a stereotypically ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Circumambulating the history of time
January 10, 2018

Transition spaces hold poignant reflection as connecting links as they silver-tongue India’s awe-inspiring historical narrative at the ongoing ‘India and the World: A History in Nine Stories’ exhibition at the CSMVS, Mumbai… The din of the outside world ceased to exist, when I entered a dark corridor and set sight on two stone hand axes from India and Tanzania glistening in the distance, beckoning to be ‘discovered’. The singular radiance of these and other objects like pottery, once found in dark caves, but now sharing an ephemeral space within these coarsely-textured, contoured walls… r... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

23. Hidden Italy: History Off the Beaten Track
December 18, 2017

Italian history is loved and appreciated the world over. While millions of tourists flocking every year to Italy’s historical hotspots such as Venice and Rome, history enthusiasts in search of a quieter, less conventional historical holiday look beyond the major cities. Lake Garda and the region of Puglia are two destinations rich as any with Roman, Renaissance and modern historical narratives. Both are perfect places for an authentic Italian holiday without the crowds and the tourist trappings. Lake Garda A place of immense natural beauty and wide historical perspective, Lake Garda ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Inspire & Educate in the Catalan Capital
December 12, 2017

There are few destinations as appealing as Barcelona. The Catalan capital is bursting at the seams with culture, history, and stunning architecture, which ensures that it is a bril-liant place for a school trip that can provide valuable cross-curriculum experiences. No matter the subject focus for your trip, it is sure to be a fun and eye-opening experience for your group and one which will certainly ignite their passion for the subject. Here are a few subjects that school trips to Barcelona can cover: History School trips to Barcelona are perfect for history teachers aiming to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Choose the Best Bus Charters from Coach Charter Europe
December 10, 2017

Coach Charter Europe proposes to you a large set of bus yours through Europe. One of the best destination is Germany, where the great historical past and architecture. For those who are willing to visit Europe and need a Bus Charter Europe, then these particular services are suitable for you. Their website has a great design and provides the whole set of information. The user-friendly platform of informing the visitors and clients is very helpful and can present you the many advantages of the company. You can also find there the contact information, as well as a list of existent services of... (read more)

Author: John Doe

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