Built almost 2 thousand years ago, this 42 km (26 mi) long Roman engineering masterpiece routed water from the hills of Mons to Fréjus (Var, France), a city founded by Julius Caesar and then called Forum Julii (meaning ‘market of Julius’).
Located on the shore of Lake Mälaren, not far from Stockholm’s Arlanda airport, the small town of Sigtuna is the perfect place to spend a few summer days. Founded a thousand years ago, just as Sweden was united as a… Continue Reading →
The 9-story tall Quistorp lookout tower, erected in the early 1900s in the middle of the Arkoński forest in Szczecin, Poland, was 45 m (148 ft) tall.
How it was destroyed is still unknown.
So far during this stay in Copenhagen, days have been either cloudy, cloudier or cloudiest. Actually, I really don’t mind it, because Christmas markets and lights all over the city look better in the dark anyway. Only snow is missing… Continue Reading →
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