Palace of Caserta – Naples – Italy

Origins of the Palace of Caserta 1742-1747 In the year 1734, in the context of the War of the Polish Succession, Carlos de Borbón, third son of Felipe V and his second wife, Isabel Farnesio, conquered the kingdoms of Naples and Sicily, which had been under Austrian rule since the War of Spanish Succession. However, the Treaty of Vienna (1738) stipulated that Naples and Sicily should form a single independent state that could not be under the sovereignty of the …

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Complete Paris Travel Guide 2022

Paris Travel Guide 2022 : First Day Paris Travel Guide 2020: Walk in three days and get to know the main sites, included and some recommendations do not waste a minute of time Arrived to Visit Paris on train to the station of Paris Gare du Nord from London. We took a public transport (Metro).Luckily the hotel was very close. Paris Travel Guide 2022: 3 days  Arc de Triomphe & Grand Palais Download The Complete Guide: Paris Travel Guide 2022  From …

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Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier – Navarra – Spain

Foz de Lumbier – Canyon in Spain The Natural Reserve Canyon of Lumbier (Foz de Lumbier) is a canyon formed by the Irati river in Navarra – Spain. It is very close to the mouth of the Aragón river. The force of the water opened a narrow, high gorge of more than a Mile in length between the Rocks of Lumbier.   There a multitude of birds nest, among which the vultures are the most numerous. Running between almost vertical …

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Ischia & Capri: Two Islands to Fall in Love

Ischia & Capri: Islands to Fall in Love During the Middle Ages a watchtower was built over its ruins. In the nineteenth century also a defensive wall.Table of Contents – Capri & Ischia. Near of Pompeii National Park. Capri : Exclusive Tourism from the Roman Empire Capri is an island located at the southern end of the Bay of Naples in Italy. It was already known in the Roman Empire for its beautiful landscapes. The Romans made this island a …

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Ancient Collectible Coins: Spanish Pillar Dollar

Spanish Pillar Dollar: Influence on American Currencies A collaboration of Marty Martinez Spanish Origin of Sign $ The beliefs of the fifteenth century included, among other things, the absolute danger of sailing past the Pillars of Hercules. Thus they were called at that time two promontories located in the Strait of Gibraltar: Mount Calpe to the north (Gibraltar) and the Rock of Abila to the south (Ceuta). This was the obligatory passage of the mare nostrum (the Mediterranean) to the …

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