Europe

Swedish History Museum – The extensive experience about the history of Sweden in Stockholm

The museum covers Swedish archaeology and cultural history from the Mesolithic period to present day. Founded in 1866, it operates as a government agency and is tasked

Volvo ÖV 4 – The first car by the famous Swedish automotive manufacturer is being exhibited in Gothenburg

The designation ÖV 4 stands for “Öppen Vagn 4 cylindrar” in Swedish, which means Open Carriage, 4 cylinders. The model ÖV 4 has later often been referred

Bijlmerramp – The biggest air tragedy in the history of the Netherlands in Amsterdam

  On 4 October 1992, a Boeing 747 cargo aircraft of the then state-owned Israeli airline El Al, crashed into the Groeneveen and Klein-Kruitberg flats in the

Nuremberg trials – The party of death dies in Nuremberg

  A series of military tribunals held following World War II by the Allied forces. The trials were most notable for the prosecution of prominent members of

ArcelorMittal Orbit – The Britain’s piece of public art in Stratford

A 114.5-metre-high sculpture and observation tower. Orbit was designed by Turner-Prize winning artist Sir Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond. Kapoor and Balmond believed that Orbit represented a

Rugby football – The birthplace of the famous sport in Rugby

Deep Purple – The great psychedelic rock band recorded “Smoke on the Water” in Montreux

On December 4, 1971, Deep Purple was in the Swiss seaside town to record the Machine Head album using a mobile recording studio, rented by the Rolling

Les Espaces d’Abraxas – The incredible urban monument in Noisy-le-Grand

The large complex of 600 apartments was designed by Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura in 1978 and completed in 1982. It consists of three buildings: Le Palacio

Jean-Paul Belmondo – The important figure of European cinema studied acting in Paris

A French actor, initially associated with the New Wave of the 1960s and a major French film star for several decades. His best known credits include Breathless

King’s College Chapel – One of the great treasures of world architecture in Cambridge

A part of the University of Cambridge, it is considered one of the finest examples of late Perpendicular Gothic English architecture. The Chapel is an active house

Alexander Fleming – The birthplace of the penicillin pioneer in Darvel

A Scottish physician and microbiologist, best known for discovering the world’s first broadly effective antibiotic substance, which he named penicillin. His discovery in 1928 is described as

Scuttling of the French fleet – The “suicide” of the big naval force in Toulon

  Most of the French fleet was scuttled by order of the Admiralty, in reaction to Operation Lila. The objective of operation was to capture the units

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