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SIGHTSEEING Although the British Isles are difficult to reach from the continent, they have been inhabited since ancient times. Here, since prehistoric times, tin was mined, and the Phoenicians and Greeks called them Tin Islands. The most amazing and famous monument is Stonehenge. Many legends are associated with it – this is a stone age observatory and a religious monument with an altar and almost an alien cosmodrome.
The Romans founded many cities of present-day Britain, including the capital, London, then Londinius. The Romans failed to conquer all the islands (and they did not need the relatively cold northern lands). To isolate themselves from the barbarians from the north, they built a series of fortifications, the most famous of which was preserved – the Adrian Wall, separating England from Scotland (built by Emperor Hadrian in 122-130). The city gates in Lincoln, the gates in Colchester, the baths in Bath, and the numerous ruins of Roman military fortifications have survived to this day. Continue reading
In what places will it not bring during the trip! It happens that you get to some place, look around, look around, and then you can’t forget until the end of your life! Because it’s scary, strange, incomprehensible and somehow eerie there everything is arranged for them. Check out our ranking of the strangest cities in the world, because some of them are better to read than to see.
The Villages (USA) – Golf Mobile City
This place is a real paradise for senior citizens. The Villages is located in Florida and is home to about 100 thousand people. The town has fitness centers, bike paths, golf courses, cozy restaurants and everything you need for a comfortable life.
There is a rule according to which children under 12 years old cannot live here, and in every house there must be someone over 55 years old. Most residents ride golf carts. Rumor has it that this quiet place is full of scandals and gossip. Fights in bars, indecent behavior and drunk driving are not uncommon here. Who knows what the truth is … Continue reading