Month: March 2021

Balloonfest 86 – The disaster world record in Cleveland

A event in which the United Way of Cleveland set a world record by releasing almost one-and-a-half million balloons. The event was intended to be a harmless

Heighington station – The world’s oldest railway station in Heighington

The station lies on the route of the Stockton and Darlington Railway, the first public railway. The main line of the S&D was opened on 27 September

Vatican Necropolis – The hidden burial ground in the Vatican City

The Necropolis is located under the Vatican City, at a depth of 5 to 12 meters below Saint Peter’s Basilica. Major archaeological excavations took place under Saint

Stazione Ferrovia Vaticana – The only railway station of the Vatican Railway in the Vatican City

The railway station was built approximately 20 meters from the Entrance Gateway by architect Giuseppe Momo. The station building is composed of white marble, and its dimensions

The Kelpies – The horse powered heritage in Falkirk

The sculptures were designed by sculptor Andy Scott and were completed in October 2013. Built of structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, The Kelpies are 30

Qala Iktyaruddin – The “reborn” citadel of Alexander the Great in Herat

Castel Nuovo – The huge medieval castle in Naples

Often called Maschio Angioino, located in front of Piazza Municipio in central Naples. The castle, first erected in 1279, one of the main architectural landmarks of the

The Motherland Calls – The giant statue for the heroes of the Battle of Stalingrad in Volgograd

The work of sculptor Yevgeny Vuchetich and engineer Nikolai Nikitin is an 85 meters figure of a woman stepping forward with a raised sword. The statue is

Kartlis Deda – The “Mother of Georgia” statue in Tbilisi

The statue, designed by sculptor Elguja Amashukeli and erected on the top of Sololaki hill in 1958, the year Tbilisi celebrated its 1500th anniversary. The 20 meters

Parinirvana Stupa – The death place of the founder of Buddhism in Kushinagar

The British army engineer, archaeologist Alexander Cunningham gains the most attention for his work in the area, because he conclusively proved that Gautama Buddha had died in

Isaac Newton – The legendary apple tree in Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth

El Castillo – The Temple of Kukulcan in Tinúm

The Temple, is a Mesoamerican step-pyramid that dominates the center of the Chichen Itza archaeological site. Built by the pre-Columbian Maya civilization sometime between the 8th and

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