Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Historical buildings in Rome

Historical buildings in Rome - Rome is the Capital of the Italian Republic, and it is also the most populous city of Italy, head of the province of the same name and region of Lazio. During its long history has been the seat of the Roman Empire, and you can see amazing historical buildings regarding this legacy.
It is also the spiritual center of Catholicism, and its historic center, where they mix remains of nearly three millennia, has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO.
The main buildings made in Rome are from the sixth century AC: Palacio Real, Forum, and Tullianum Cloaca Maxima.
In 1980, the historic center of Rome was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. In 1990, the statement included in the assets of the Vatican City, located in the city to benefit from rights of extraterritoriality.
Rome is really and amazing city and its architecture is fantastic, in this post I want to show the spectacular historical buildings you can find in Rome.

Roman Forum

Castel SantÁngelo


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Dinner In The Sky at Belgium

Dinner In The Sky at Belgium

Dinner in the Sky is a Belgian based novelty restaurant which used a crane to hoist its diners, table, and waiting staff 150 feet into the air. Forbes magazine called it one of the world's ten most unusual restaurants. Dinner in the Sky has mobile services available in 15 nations, and has operated in various cities including Paris and Las Vegas.

there are accomodates 22 people around the table at every session with three staff in the middle (chef, waiter, entertaint). Just to give you an example: this means that, at a rate of 2 sessions per hour, more than 350 people could have access to this exceptional platform, or only 22 if you want an exclusive VIP event.

Dinner in the Sky is hosted at a table suspended at a height of 50 metres, by a team of professionals. Benji Fun, our partner in this event, is the worldwide leader for this type of activity.  

Dinner in the Sky is a product developped by Events in the Sky according to 2 Gold Words: Exclusivity and Safety.

We do want to provide our clients with the most exclusive experiences ever dreamt in a total safe way. All our concepts are designed according German norm DIN 4112. Products are built in Belgium under control of Rheinland TÜV. This obsession for safety is probably one of the reasons why Dinner in the Sky is now operated in more than 15 countries and got the official authorisations from the toughest countries such as US, Canada, Australia, South-Africa. Let's see another photograph/picture about "Dinner In The Sky at Belgium"

Dinner In The Sky at Belgium

Dinner In The Sky at Belgium

Dinner In The Sky at Belgium

Dinner In The Sky at Belgium

we are also show you the video about "Dinner In The Sky at Belgium"
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Monday, March 25, 2013

Saona Island - Dominican Republic

Saona Island or Isla Saona is a tropical island located a short distance from the mainland on the south-east tip of the Dominican Republic, near La Altagracia Province. It is a government protected nature reserve and a popular destination for tourists from all over the Dominican Republic, who arrive in fleets of catamarans and small motorboats on organised excursions every day. The Island is famous for the natural beauty of its beaches, and has been used on many occasions by film-makers and advertisers looking for a stereotypical 'desert island' setting for their film or product. It is promoted amongst European visitors as the setting for the famous Bounty chocolate bar adverts.

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Video of amazing places in the world

Video of amazing places in the world - The other day I was surfing the internet and found this great video of amazing places in the world.
I like to know about different and strange places that most of the people don´t even know that exist, and videos like this one gives us the opportunity to know and see these places. Of course the ideal would be to travel and know these places personaly, but meanwhile these videos are great. Enjoy them!!
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Warsaw, the capital and largest city of Poland

Capital of Poland, is located, as well as Krakow, on the banks of the Vistula river. Warsaw is much less ancient than Krakow. In fact, we can literally say that it is a new city, it was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War.

Rebuilt in recent years, the city has a modern air today, where the wide avenues and new buildings coexist with the historical and ancient monuments that were restored. Thanks to that, you can visit the old town and see how was the Royal Castle Square with the column dedicated to Sigismund III, who made it the capital to Warsaw.

Here is where the royal castle and is where the old Royal tract (4 km) begins. Following the old town, we find the Cathedral of St. John (the oldest church in town) and also the Old Town Square, the most beautiful part of Warsaw.

Later, it appears the Barbakan (Tower Defense) and not much further they call the New Town, but dating from the fourteenth century, with the new Town Square, the home of Marie Curie or a monument to the Warsaw Uprising.

The city also wanted to remind the Jewish people in the Ghetto Square, a memorial to what this city has suffered during the war.

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The Golden Temple (Harmandir Sahib), India

The Golden Temple, known in India as Harmandir Sahib, is a Sikh temple located in the Indian city of Amritsar, near the Pakistani border (in the state of Punjab).Sikhs consider it their most sacred temple and must journey there to pray and offer their prayers at least once in their life.
Originally built in 1574, the site of the temple was surrounded by a small lake in a thin forest. The temple was completed in 1604. In the mid eighteenth century it was attacked by one of Ahmed Shah Abdali generals, Jahan Khan, and his Afghan military forces, and had to be rebuilt in the 1760s.

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The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is amazing construction. Without doubt one of the world symbols, everybody knows about the Eiffel Tower, a symbol of Paris, the city of lights. The Eiffel Tower was built between 1887 and 1889, has 325mt of altitude, and was for many years the tallest building in the world.Its construction was the subject of controversy for the date, and was inaugurated for the World Expo of 1889.Designed by engineer Gustave Eiffel, the tower has three levels, based on a base that is 125 meters on each side, the foundations have a depth of 7 meters which are the pillars that are the entrances to the tower.

The first level at 57 meters high, has an area of 4200 mt2, and a maximum capacity of 3000 people, has a

circular gallery that allows a 360 degree view of Paris, and a restaurant, where you can see also inside the tower.

The second level is at 115 meters high, has an area of 1650 mt2 and a capacity of 1600 people. At this level there is also a restaurant, and for most of the people has the best view of Paris.The third and last level, located at 275 meters, covers an area of 350 mt2 and a capacity of 400 people. At this level, access by lift are mandatory, as the stairs are closed to the public.

Undoubtedly one of the world's most striking buildings and a place that it is impossible not to visit when you are strolling through Paris.

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