Castle fairy tale, is known still we can meet in the real world, especially in Europe and there are some castles that allow visitors to stay there.
In addition to enjoying the beauty from the outside, some real castle does allow visitors to feel the sensation of staying in it, For example, 3 castles below!
1. Ashford Castle, Ireland Continue reading “Want to Stay in the Castle of the Tale of the Land? 3 Luxury Castle It’s The Answer!”
Some countries in the world have a very closed place forbidden from society, so it becomes very mysterious. Here are 10 illegal sites located in some countries where you can not visit.
1. Snake Island – Brazil
One of the areas in Brazil is strictly forbidden to the public, from its own name we also have been able to conclude that there is an island with many snakes. One of them is the population of one of the world’s deadliest snakes, the Viper Gold, some people have seen large snakes in the area. For security reasons, the Brazilian government does not allow people to visit the area. Continue reading “10 Unauthorized Visible Places in the World”
Short stay devoted Short Route, how about tonight a little story about the mystery of the unseen nature? This mysterious natural mystery relates to the architectural beauty of a building in the United Kingdom, especially if it is not talking about the Castle. Because it is in the UK identical to the castle and the mystery.
Yes! You know that the land of three lions is also known as the country of a thousand castles so many castles are still maintained and preserved by his government, whether in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Intrigued by these myths?
Come on, peep the story just in Short Route.
1. The ghost of the white woman in the castle was pierced by Berry Pomeroy, Devon
Continue reading “6 Castles in Great Britain that Keep Myths Awful. How dare you to go there?”
A team of archaeologists from Tel Aviv University returned to Masada in Israel, after 11 years absent to excavate previously unexplored areas in the desert mountains, including a mysterious underground structure.
One of the pleasant palaces of Herod the Great, Masada is best known for the story of the deaths of some 960 opposing Jews and their families in AD 74, who chose to commit mass suicide rather than be captured or massacred by the Romans.
Continue reading “Exploration of Underground Structures at Masada Fortress”
Petra is an archaeological site in Araba, Ma’an Province, Jordan, situated in a large valley that flows from the Dead Sea to the Gulf of Aqaba. Petra is famous for its stone carvings architecture. Petra is also one of the new wonders of the world. UNESCO has described it as “one of the most valuable cultural properties of human cultural heritage.”
In 1985, Petra was designated a World Heritage Site. Even today this complex of temples, tombs, and spectacular houses can only be accessed on foot or on horseback. The entrance to Petra is through a dark and twisty gap in the rock, known as siq, in Arabic meaning a gap.
Petra contains nearly 1,000 monuments, and once had fountains, gardens, and permanent water supplies. But why is it carved out of sandstone in such a remote and dry location? Who built this magnificent building and what happened to its inhabitants? Continue reading “PETRA, THE CITY OF MISTERIUS IN STONE”