Churches, monastery in Vilnius
Vilnius " Church, monastery church, monastery title: the Church of St. Michael the Archangel design: 1594. 1625. Nave. The interior space looks more like a princely Palace hall decorated, festive…

Continue reading →

The Gothic quarter
The Gothic quarter This medieval quarter, with the most outstanding urban monuments, also called "Cathedral" (Barry de La seu), it has a more funny name "rovell de l OU" (egg…

Continue reading →

complex

Castles Of Scotland

Castles Of Scotland

Castles have long been a historical and cultural symbols of Scotland. Almost every travel booklet on Scotland, you can see their colorful photos and advertising and educational tours. On the territory of today’s Scotland there are about 3000 objects that fall under the description as a lock, since this term covers a wide range of different types of individual buildings and large complexes.

After a thousand-year historical way, most locks have undergone many changes. Some are less fortunate, and today they are ruins. Others managed to survive in reasonable condition, having gradually turned into either museums or hotels. Several have become iconic tourist attractions, through which the year passes by several tens of thousands of visitors. In any, even in the most remote corner of Scotland, be sure to see the castle, which will offer guests a unique opportunity to touch the past. Walk the narrow spiral staircase to dine to the sounds of bagpipes in the Parade Hall, as did the noble Lords, or even stay in the apartments in which in the distant past has hosted famous royals such as Queen Mary Stuart. And (where possible) to climb the walls and towers to enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding natural landscape.

The most part, the extant Scottish Continue reading