3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Africa Egypt

Luxor Temple – The Spectacular Religious Center in Ancient Egypt

October 26, 2020
The Luxor Temple is located on the west bank of the Nile River and was built by famous pharaohs of Egypt (Amenhotep III, Tutankhamun, Horemheb, Rameses II) who built various parts of it but also by the great conqueror Alexander the Great and by the Romans. Each has left their mark on this Temple and gave the spectacular aspect that impresses us today.
1200BC-500BC-Iron Age Africa Egypt

Abu Simbel – The Magnificent Ancient Temple of Ramses II

October 18, 2020
3000 years ago, Ramses II, the most famous Pharaoh of Egypt, decided to build a magnificent Temple. And not only did he build a grand temple for himself, but he also built one for his beloved wife, Nefertari. Here in Abu Simbel is one of the few temples where the wife is depicted at the same level with her husband, Pharaoh.
Austria Europe

Best Travel Tips if you are in Vienna for One Day

September 21, 2020
Are you visiting Vienna only for one day? Here are the best tips for the most beautiful landmarks of the imperial city.
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The 5 Most Mysterious Archaeological Discoveries that can be seen in museums

September 16, 2020
Here are the five most mysterious archaeological discoveries that you can see in different museums all over the world.
1400AD-Present-Modern Era Europe Romania

Sinaia Monastery – “the younger sister” of the great St Catherine’s Monastery from Egypt

September 5, 2020
Sinaia Monastery was built by Mihai Cantacuzino after returning from the pilgrimage in Egypt where he visited St Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai. Sinaia Monastery Museum preserves the first Bible translated in the Romanian language.