History of Tourism in Middle Ages – Medieval Travel

        Roman Empire   –  Rome  –  Saint James What is Tourism in the Medieval Times? 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 …

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History of Luggage, Suitcases, Trunks and Backpacks

History of Luggage, Trunks and other Travel Luggage   Egypt  +  Ancient Greece   +  Roman Empire   +   Middle Ages   +    Modern  +   XXs Who Invented Luggage? The ancient Egyptians around the year 1500 BC are considered the inventors of Luggage.  For their trips they used chests and trunks that evolved into primitive suitcases made of fine wood and covered with animal fat or leather to make them waterproof. The transfers were not for reasons of pleasure but religious or …

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TSA PreCheck® 2022 – Advantages, Eligibility & Cost

TSA PreCheck 2022 Eligibility – Global Entry – Clear News     Benefits    US Armed Forces    Eligibility    Cost    Participating Airlines     Global Entry     CLEAR What is TSA PreCheck®?  TSA Precheck Benefits 2022 The PreCheck TSA ® allows multiple low-risk travelers (and their children 12 and under) to go through a faster and more efficient screening process for boarding. It allows to speed up the normal and routine control process at an airport, which includes limiting the amount of …

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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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Venus Callipyge: The Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks

    Legend of  Venus Callipyge  +    Aphrodite Callipyge on the World   +    Venus Callipyge Painting   +    Others Venus. +. Priapus Venus Callipyge: The Roman Statue of the Beautiful Buttocks Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks  It is used to designate the famous statue of Aphrodite known as the Venus Callipyge, currently in the Archaeological Archeological Museum of Naples. It is a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture found,, in the domus áurea of Nero. Then it went …

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