The History of Tourism in Ancient Rome.

  Tourism in Ancient Rome: Historic Evolution of Tourism Rome  –  Roman Roads  – Pont du Gard   –  Roman Sex Festivities.  – Roman Roads Calculator This is the first part of an investigation of the History of Tourism. The second part, Tourism in the Middle Ages can be read here Tourism is a series of trips made for pleasure or for commercial, professional or similar reasons, during which the absence of habitual residence is only temporary. History of Classical Tourism …

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History of Tourism in Middle Ages – Medieval Travel

What is Tourism in the Medieval Times? Roman Empire   –  Rome  –  Saint James Fall of the Roman Empire & Medieval Travel History of Medieval Tourism – How did you travel in the Middle Ages?:The fall of the Roman Empire plunged the European continent into a period of great confusion and disorder. For a time there was also an almost permanent state of war between the barbarian chiefs, who had invaded the ancient Roman empire. This contributed to the weakening …

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Evolution of a Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome

Samsung Store: Galaxy Z Fold4 Series Samsung Store: Galaxy Z Fold4 Series   Evolution of a Roman Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome Crane and Hoist in Ancient Rome Ancient Roman Crane and Hoist: The Roman Empire invested a lot of time, effort and money developing new cranes for the construction of their buildings, bridges and especially aqueducts. They took the Greek’s crane as a model and improved it.   Ancient Cranes How to build a. Roman Aqueduct?  Roman aqueducts were underground …

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Discovering Venice in two days: Second day

Discovering Venice in Two Days

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Venice Map. Click to see in Goocle maps

Venice in Two Days: Murano and Burano Islands

On the second day we took a boat Vaporetto in San Marcos square. Previously we acquired a full day ticket that includes all the routes throughout the day. Our destination is the islands of Murano and Burano

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The History of the Architects of the Castle of Chenonceau

  Who were the architects of the Château de Chenonceau? Philibert de l’Orme, Jean Bullant, Félix Roguet, Jean-Baptiste Gustave Deloye, Pacello da Mercoliano You can know the history of a building through the works of its builders. This is the History of the architects of the Castle of Chenonceau. The castle we know today was built on the demolition of an old fortress and a fortified mill owned by the Marques family. From that time only the tribute tower that …

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