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3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Europe Greece

Mycenae – the mythological citadel of the powerful Mycenaean civilization

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January 23, 2021
Legend has it that Citadel of Mycenae was built by Perseus, the son of Zeus and Danaa. To build the Acropolis, Perseus hired Cyclops, mythological beings of gigantic dimensions with one eye, who surrounded the fortress with Cyclops defensive walls. The ancient citadel of Mycenae is located in the Argolis, Peloponnese, in Greece.
3300BC-1200BC-Bronze Age Africa Egypt

Luxor Temple – The Spectacular Religious Center in Ancient Egypt

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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.
400AD-1400AD-Middle Ages Europe Romania

Full travel guide to Sighisoara

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July 20, 2020
Sighisoara is the birthplace of Vlad Tepes (also known as Vlad Dracula). Sighisoara Citadel is still inhabited, the citadel is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
400AD-1400AD-Middle Ages Africa Egypt

Saint Catherine’s Monastery – the monastery on the holy ground

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June 26, 2020
In the place where God appeared to Moses when he directed him to take the Israelites from Egypt is now Saint Catherine's Monastery. The holy altar of the chapel stands upon the roots of the Burning Bush. Saint Catherine's Monastery library preserves the second largest collection of early codices and manuscripts in the world.
400AD-1400AD-Middle Ages Europe Romania

Prejmer Fortified Church, Romania

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June 9, 2020
Prejmer is the largest fortified church in the southeastern Europe and one of the oldest in Transylvania. The church was founded by the Germanic Teutonic Knights 500 years ago.