Binoculars History

What is the History of Binoculars? The current binocular was patented in 1854 by Ignatio Porro for a combined prism mounting system. The first binocular telescope is from Jean Pierre Lemiere, who created one in 1825. The History of Binoculars. What is the History of Binoculars? What is the difference between a Binocular and a Telescope? The difference between a binocular and a telescope is that they have a wider field of view and less magnification than the telescope. Light …

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Los Glaciares National Park: Glacier Laguna Torre Trail

Glacier Laguna Torre  Trail – Chalten – Argentina Glacier Laguna Torre Trail: In the Argentine Patagonia almost at the end of the world, in a town of 300 inhabitants called Chalten, you can visit glaciers in places that have very little human presence. The walk lasts about 6 hours from the village and you have to take everything to camp, since there is no support there. To move there you have to take a plane to Buenos Aires (about 9 …

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Americans on Vacation 2020 . Where are they going?

Americans on Vacation Top Destinations Mexico       Canada    United Kingdom       France         Italy The preferred destinations of Americans outside the United States are reduced to five countries. To Mexico especially in the part of the Caribbean, Tulum, Playacar and Cancun. The most chosen European destinations are UK by history and culture. I have it that France and Italy. In France the most common destinations are Paris and the Loire Valley. to a lesser extent, the …

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Mexico Caribe: Tulum Beach all Inclusive Resorts

Caribe: Mexico Beach Destinations:  Tulum Where is Tulum Beach, Mexico? : 1282 miles from the city of Florida (USA). One and a half hour flight to Cancun airport and two hours more by car This is in the yucatan peninsula, on the Caribbean Sea Mayan Ruins It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, one of the essential sites in Tulum are its Mayan ruins, located on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea. Mexico Caribe – Tulum beach all inclusive resorts …

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Madrid in Three Days: Second Day

Walking Madrid Second Day

On the second day we started walking along the Main Street – Calle Mayor  (we passed the chocolate shop San Gines for those who have not yet had breakfast) until the Mercado de San Miguel ( see Map). This is one of the oldest markets in Madrid and is awarded as it was in its golden age.

Cathedral of Almudena  - Madrid
Cathedral of Almudena  – Madrid

Cathedral of Almudena  

At the end of the main street we find the Cathedral of Almudena, which is the Metropolitan Cathedral of Madrid. It began to be built in 1879 and officially ended in 1993. It can be visited every day and it is traveled in approximately one hour

Next to the Almudena Cathedral is the Royal Palace of Madrid. At this time, it is not the residence of the King of Spain, but only acts of protocol. It began to contribute in 1738 and was completed in 1764. It has 3418 rooms and is larger than the Palace of Versailles on the outskirts of Paris – France

Madrid Walking Tour Map
Madrid Walking Tour Map

 

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