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Historical sites in the city of Madrid's very first UNESCO World Heritage Site

José Balido   Congratulations are in order! UNESCO (the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) has just this s…

Started by José Balido

0 Nov 1, 2021

The past comes vibrantly to life at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia

Humberto Moreno William Byrd III was a man of great stature in Williamsburg before the American Revolution. His vast holdings included mi…

Started by Tripatini

0 Sep 6, 2021

Experience old China in the southeast-central villages of Huangshan

Known as one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in China, Huangshan is situated in Huizhou region of the country's southeast-central p…

Started by Tripatini

0 Aug 10, 2021

Austria's Mauthausen concentration camp: because turning away shouldn't be an option

Yes, of course, the four capitals of Central Europe we visited on our Danube River cruise with Grand Circle Tours – Prague, Vienna, Bra…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 20, 2021

The historic plantation inns of Nevis - and Alexander Hamilton

A few years ago, the fact that an island was the birthplace of one of the USA's Founding Fathers, Alexander Hamilton, would have elicite…

Started by Tripatini

0 Mar 30, 2021

3 fascinating historic places to visit in Dublin that aren't pubs

Ah, the famous Irish pub. This country's capital is reckoned to have 751 of them, and its convivial pub life is for many visitors a big…

Started by Tripatini

0 Feb 25, 2021

The top 6 Revolutionary War sites of New York City

Back before, during, and after the American Revolution (1776-1983) and the years leading up to it, New York City was as now the larges…

Started by José Balido

0 Jan 24, 2021

Parsing history, politics & personality at the USA's presidential libraries

Sightseers at a setting near Boston enjoy a leisurely stroll through a magnificent 18th-century garden.  A man in Texas plays president…

Started by Tripatini

0 Nov 3, 2020

Colombia's 'Lost City'

The Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta has been described as the world’s most important concentration of endangered wildlife on the planet. In…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 12, 2020

Ireland's national cemetery, Glasnevin in Dublin

If this was not in fact the highest point in Dublin, it certainly felt like it. After climbing the 198 steps to the top of Glasnevin Cem…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jun 23, 2020

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