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Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, Germany

The Museum celebrates the automobile invented by Carl Benz in 1886: it relates its history and tells its stories, bringing both alive by placing them in the context of technology, day-to-day life, social history and popular culture. Over an area covering 16,500 square metres on nine levels, the museum presents 160 vehicles and over 1,500 exhibits, divided into Legend rooms and Collection rooms. The...

Unique Exhibit Carrieres de Lumieres, Provence

The light show paired with music inside of a former rock quarry. The limestone quarry in itself is interesting – add the creative video and audio presentation and you have a unique experience. The projected exhibition is renewed each year with a different theme. This year is Picasso. credit: marc carpentier :•)

Gunfire Museum Brasschaat in Belgium

This museum exhibits military vehicles, artillery and uniforms. Opening Hours: Tuesday and Thursday afternoon between 13h and 15h30. Admission: 5 euros per adult credit: 270862

Zuartday 2018 at Vicolo del Fontanile

The graffiti festival, among the most important in Italy, returned to Milan, this year stronger than ever. Looperfest and ZuArtDay 2018, on the facades of the B & B Zuretti 61. credit: FOTOlogie

All Saints Tattoo Show in Church

All Saints Tattoo Show took place in old Sainte Marguerite Church Sains-en-Gohelle. Very beautiful results for all tattoos. Tattoo artist were friendly and kind. credit: bistule

Visit Malmö, Sweden

Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden. The country is connected to central Europe by the Øresund Bridge, running between Malmö and Copenhagen. Here you can find the tallest tower in Sweden and the oldest public park in the world. Things to do in Malmö include visiting its city centre parks and strolling its beautiful cobbled street areas. Malmö sight-seeing is easy to do by foot or by bike. Malmö...

Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination in MET

This thematic exhibition featured a dialogue between fashion and masterworks of medieval art in The Met collection to examine fashion’s ongoing engagement with the devotional practices and traditions of Catholicism. The museum’s largest show ever, “Heavenly Bodies” showcased more than 40 liturgical garments on loan from the Vatican. Catholic iconography has long inspired designers, from Coco...

Grampian Transport Museum – History of Travel and Transport

Located in the vibrant village of Alford, just 45 minutes from Aberdeen, the Grampian Transport Museum boasts an impressive range of transport exhibits, from travelling chariots of the 1800′s, to some of the fastest cars ever made. The Grampian Transport Museum is a living museum of land travel and transport. A visit includes climb aboard vehicle exhibits, extensive use of video and some great...

Daily Life of People in India – Black and White

India, one of the oldest civilizations around the world, is the country with a long history of almost 5000 years and extremely complex social structure. The country contains at least 15 major languages, hundreds of dialects, several major religions, and thousands of tribes, castes, and subcastes. With a large proportion of the population being located in rural areas, farming is the largest source of...

Castle Rheinfels in Sankt Goar, Germany

Sankt Goar is a town on the west bank of the Middle Rhine in the Rhein-Hunsrück-Kreis in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is well known for its central location in the Rhine Gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 2002. Above the town stand the ruins of Burg Rheinfels, one of the castles for which the Middle Rhine is famous, and across the river lies the sister town of Sankt Goarshausen with...

Best Photos of Mount Rainier National Park

Mount Rainier National Park, with 236,381 un-spoiled acres, was established in 1899, 17 years before the National Park Service was formed, making it one of the oldest in the nation. Ascending to 14,410 feet above sea level, Mount Rainier stands as an icon in the Washington landscape. An active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous U.S.A., spawning six major rivers. It...

Strong Europe Tank Challenge in Germany

NATO and partner nations competed with tanks in Germany. The Strong Europe Tank Challenge is an annual training event designed to give participating nations a dynamic, productive and fun environment in which to foster military partnerships, form Soldier-level relationships, and share tactics, techniques and procedures. The third annual competition is scheduled for June 2018 and includes two newcomers:...

Mammoth Site of Hot Springs in South Dakota

The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs is an active paleontological dig site, which boasts the largest concentration of mammoth remains in the world. Current mammoth count is 61, with 58 Columbian and three woolly mammoths. Mammoths and other megafauna got trapped in a sinkhole and drown about 26,000 years ago. Their bones were buried and preserved.Paleontology is the study of pre-existing life based on fossils....

Castello di Amorosa Winery in Napa Valley, California

Castello di Amorosa is a castle and a winery located near Calistoga, California. It is the creation of Dario Sattui, who wanted to honor his grandfather Vittorio by building something that paid homage to his home in Italy. By the time he finished, he had created a 121,000-square-foot, 12th-century Tuscan style, castle to house his winery. The Castello was made with brick, wood and iron imported from...

Most Famous Steam Train – Flying Scotsman

The Flying Scotsman was built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway, and earned its name from the London to Edinburgh rail service of the day. It was designed by Sir Nigel Gresley, with the British Empire Exhibition of 1924 making it world famous. It is 70 feet long, and weighs 96 tonnes. It was the first train to officially hit 100mph in service, in 1934. HOWEVER, the City of Truro steam...