It is one of the most beautiful, largest and most famous squares in the world, but also the Plaza de España in Seville still holds secrets that not everyone knows. Also the protagonist of many successful movie films, it retains within itself the true soul ofAndalusia, a region divided between two worlds, the Arab and the Christian.
Did you know that the canals around are navigable? And that you can attend impromptu flamenco shows every day? This and much more hides this magnificent place, let's discover together all that, perhaps, you do not know.
The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is the largest coral agglomeration on Earth.
It stretches over 2300 kilometres from Bundaberg almost to Papua New Guinea and encompasses an incredible diversity of ecosystems.
This natural wonder is home to more than 1500 species of fish, 400 species of coral, 4000 species of molluscs and a myriad of other marine organisms. The coral reef is a place of extraordinary beauty, with its crystal-clear waters, tropical islands and white sandy beaches. It is a paradise for divers and snorkellers, thanks to its wealth of underwater fauna and flora.
The Great Barrier Reef is also an important indicator of the health of our planet. Here are some curiosities you may not have known about the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Egyptian culture fascinates our society like few others. Pharaohs, sphinxes, pyramids, hieroglyphics.
All these things make us dream and take us back to a time that in our imagination has the mythical and the mysterious. The Napoleonic exploits of the early 1800s brought to Europe untold numbers of works of art of all kinds, displayed in museums around the world.
But where is the greatest concentration of Egyptian works on public display? Here is a list of some of the largest and most beautiful Egyptian museums in the world, a must-see for any culture-hungry tourist.
The Arc de Triomphe is an important monument in Paris. It stands at the end of the Avenue des Champs Elysées, in the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle, formerly known as the Place de la Star.
The incredible and imposing construction is in fact a piece of French history, commissioned by none other than Napoleon Bonaparte to celebrate the historic transalpine victory at the Battle of Austerlitz, the last and decisive battle that took place during the Third Coalition War, part of the Napoleonic Wars (2 December 1805).
Among the marvellous engravings and hidden symbols, there are many curiosities and mysteries that this gigantic arch holds.
The Harry Potter mania has, for years now, infected children and adults all over the world. The little wizard born from the imagination of J.K. Rowling has won the hearts of millions and sparked the creation of gadgets about the books and movies. But that's not all, because in addition to being able to visit the film locations in London, hotel rooms that are Hogwarts themed, the school of magic that Harry Potter attends with his friends and fellow adventurers, have been created in several cities. Such rooms can be found in both Italian and foreign hotels, in London of course. Everyone is exploiting the phenomenon Harry Potter and many fans are able to live the dream of staying at Hagwarts at least for one night.
From Italy to Mexico to Japan, here's a series of scary places to visit around the world on Halloween! If you have always been attracted to thrill and mystery, if you love the feeling of goosebumps and your favorite genre is horror, to visit the creepiest places on the planet without batting an eye. Braves everywhere, nightmare travelers, join the search for the scariest places on earth! If you love thrill and mystery, you will not be disappointed to discover these some of the most terrifying places in the world.