10 Amazing Facts about Exeter

FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT EXETER   The Exeter Guildhall is the oldest civic building in Britain, parts of the building dates as far back as 1160. Exeter was founded by the Romans, [...]

5 Amazing Facts about Eupen

FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT EUPEN     The Official Language of Eupen is German. After World War I, the Treaty of Versailles transferred Eupen from Germany to Belgium. Eupen is the [...]

6 Amazing Facts about Jaén

FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT JAEN     The City of Jaén comes from the Moorish word ‘Geen’ or ‘Jayyan’, Which means stopping post of a Caravan route. Jaén [...]

20 Amazing Facts about Florence

FUN & INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT FLORENCE   Florence is the Birthplace of the Piano, Invented by Bartolomeo Cristofori in the 18th Century. Gucci was founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci in [...]

Arc of San Lorenzo

The Arch of San Lorenzo is situated in Jaén between the crossroads of Almendros Aguilar and Madre de Dios streets, it was once a part of the former Church of San Lorenzo, which was built between [...]

British Museum

The British Museum situated in the Bloomsbury area of London, Museum opened on 15th of January 1759 and was the world’s first national Museum to be open to the public, anyone can visit the [...]

Castle of Santa Catalina

Saint Catalina Castle is known as Castle of Santa Catalina is a Spanish castle, styled in Moorish revival, built-in 1932 and overlooks the city of Jaén. Saint Catalina’s Castle is now known [...]

La Magdalena, Jaén

La Magdalena, Jaén is known as Church of Santa María Magdalen, its one of the oldest buildings in Jaé, The church was built on the foundations of a mosque that had been erected in 825 by [...]

The Shard

The Shard is a 95 storey skyscraper in Southwark, London. standing at 309.6 meters high, the Shard is also the tallest construction in the United Kingdom, the 4th tallest building in Europe as [...]

Jaén Cathedral

The Cathedral of Jaén is situated on the ruins of a Mosque, construction began in 1249 and was consecrated in 1724, throughout history the church was damaged and rebuilt a number of times, until [...]