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Royal Palaces in Great Britain
There are still twelve monarchies in Europe including the Vatican. All of them have today assumed the form of a constitutional monarchy, meaning that they are embedded in a democratic system and have no actual political meaning anymore. Regardless, these monarchs are often revered and so are the palaces they live and work in. Often built centuries ago in magnificent style, rooted deeply in history and carefully maintained over time, these royal palaces are always among the most important attractions of their respective country. Great Britain has a special position in that regard, as from all monarchies still existing today, the country plays arguably the most important role internationally and it is based on a long, colonial history, the remnants of which can be seen to this day. The British royal family currently uses 23 estates in all parts of the country, several others are no longer in use and...
Germany’s former dividing lines
If you look for images of the Berlin Wall today, what you find are mostly pictures of a wall plastered with graffiti, often with a sarcastic touch. What you rarely find are photos taken from the other side of the Wall, where the bleak grey structure meant nothing less than the end of the world. Germany became reunited again in 1990 with the former German Democractic Republic in the East joining the Western Federal Republic of Germany. In the years since, many parts of the dividing line that once ran right through the center of the country have grown over and are difficult to discover. Others however have been preserved to serve as a reminder of the times when a line consisting of fences, walls and a deadly dangerous no-man's lands separated families, neighbors and compatriots. It is a common misconception that the barriers between the two Germanys existed only...
Andalusia White Towns
One of the typical images of the Spanish scenery comes with lush green shrubs and red soil, dotted with white villages. Indeed, the tradition of painting houses in bright white is very common everywhere in Spain. They appear to be especially charming in Andalusia, where the light is particularly bright. Visitors interested in seeing these jewels have the option of following the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos, the White Villages Route. This is a route that will not only lead to a lot of great views and impressive sceneries, but will also guide your way deep into history. Many of the towns and villages you will encounter go back to Roman or Phoenician settlements, a fact that reflects in the architecture of these places. Some of the most notable villages along the route include: AlgodonalesOne of the towns with a history going all the way back to the Roman Empire....