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Stonehenge, United Kingdom, Overview

Stonehenge - the circle of mystery

Stonehenge is a mysterious circle of prehistoric megaliths and is one of the world's most famous monuments. Several studies have shown that it is located in the south of England Stonehenge, which literally means "hanging stones" and was created...

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London, United Kingdom, Crown Jewels

London for a weekend

What would London be without the monarchy, without tradition: in no other city in the world the past is as picturesque enacted as around Buckingham Palace? The shiny black bearskin caps over red uniforms, the Queen smiled graciously, while the Gothic...

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Edinburgh, Scotland, Holyrood Palace

The beauty, humor and drama of Scotland united - Edinburgh

In a series of extinct volcanoes on the shores of the Firth of Forth, Edinburgh is the historic capital of Scotland. In Edinburgh, the beauty, humor and drama of Scotland united. The locals live in an exciting atmosphere, fed by students from four...

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Scotland, Europe, Edinburgh Castle panoramic view

The stronghold of Eidyn - Edinburgh Castle

Wherever you walk in Edinburgh, from anywhere you can see the great castle. It is one of the most popular attractions and certainly worth a look if you are visiting the city. Apart from its beautiful buildings, here are the Scottish Crown Jewels and...

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London, United Kingdom, Crystal Palace at Sydenham

London in castiron and glass - Crystal Palace

The Crystal Palace was a large pavilion that was built for the Great Exhibition (the forerunner of the world\'s fairs ) in Hyde Park in London in 1851. It was designed by Joseph Paxton. The Crystal Palace was the first building in which a structure...

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London, United Kingdom, Buckingham Palace guard

Buckingham Palace

The history of Buckingham Palace dates back to the beginning of the 18 century. In 1702 showed the Duke of Buckingham the Buckingham House building. Nearly sixty years later, King George III purchased the house as living quarters for his family and...

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