The Schönbrunn Palace is a World Heritage Site and is the most visited place in Austria. The palace and gardens were for centuries the property of the Habsburgs and are largely preserved in their original form based primarily on Baroque art. Visitors will find numerous attractions here, a tour of the authentically residential and ceremonial rooms of the imperial family in the palace, and the labyrinth of gardens and a Children’s Museum.
The original theater of the State Opera (known at the time as kk Hofoperntheater, Opera House of the Royal and Imperial Court), a Neo-Renaissance building criticized by the Viennese when it was erected, was built between 1861 and 1869, on a project of the Viennese architects Eduard van der Nüll and August Sicard von Sicardsburg. Both architects died before seeing the building finished (van der Nüll committed suicide and his companion Sicardsburg died shortly after a heart attack). Other renowned artists participated in the interior decoration, particularly the painter Moritz von Schwind, who painted the famous foyer frescoes and the terrace. The theater was inaugurated on May 25, 1869 with Mozart’s opera Don Giovanni.
The Palais Hansen Kempinski is a five star hotel located in the heart of Vienna and considered historical heritage. Originally built as a hotel for the Universal Exhibition of 1873, this building captivates with contemporary design, modern architecture and luxury. It is innovative and classic, relaxed and unconventional.
The Papal Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore – in Italy, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, also known as Basilica of Santa Maria della Neve and Liberian Basilica – is a Roman Catholic basilica located in Rome. It is one of the four major basilicas and one of the five patriarchal basilicas associated with the Pentarquía: San Juan de Letrán, San Lorenzo Extramuros, San Pedro, San Pablo Extramuros and Santa María Maggiore.
The Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls is one of the four major Catholic basilicas – along with Saint Peter, Saint John of the Lateran and Saint Mary Major – and one of the five churches considered the oldest in Rome (the previous four and the basilica of San Lorenzo Outside the Walls). It is the second largest basilica in Rome, after San Pedro, which is 11 kilometers away. According to tradition it is the place where the apostle Paul was buried. In 2005, Cardinal Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo was named archpriest of the basilica. The basilica represents early Christian art.
The Archbasilica of the Savior and the saints John the Baptist and John the Evangelist, better known as the Archbasilica of St. John of Letran, is the cathedral of the diocese of Rome, where the episcopal see of the bishop of Rome (the pope) is located. It is dedicated to Christ the Savior, nevertheless it is more well-known with the name of San Juan, to be dedicated to the two main saints that take this name.
Explore this amazing exotic car collection, with cars ranging from classic to modern Ferraris Porsches.
This exotic car dealer in Germany has a fresh and new way to meet. While Google Streetview has taken us inside the car museums, Auto Salon Singen has created something similar that allows us to make a virtual tour of its collection of beautiful classics and impressive luxury cars. Navigating through the buttons at the bottom of the screen, you can walk around the showroom. Turn left at the entrance and welcome you with a poster of the eclectic mix of cars to come
The Institut Linguistique Adenet (ILA) is a French school, friendly and independent in the beautiful historic center of Montpellier, southern France, which offers excellent French courses and quality services at affordable prices.
Since 1998, more than 35,000 international students have joined the institute for a unique experience of learning French. Here you will find an international environment with more than 2,000 students from more than 70 different countries each year, who opt for ILA.
Hotel Boutique Casa del Coliseo is a 17th century colonial building, restored to perfection, combining historical charm, 21st century comfort and exquisite decoration. The imposing corner colonial building has five shops on the first floor, 12 bedrooms on the mezzanine floor (with soundproof windows), 2 large rooms on the second floor and a wonderful terrace and pool that invites you to enjoy all your visitors
The Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady (in French: Cathédrale de l’Assomption de Notre-Dame), is a cathedral church of Catholic cult under the invocation of Our Lady in the city of Chartres, in the department of Eure and Loir, in France, about 80 km southwest of the capital, Paris. It is also the seat of the Diocese of Chartres, in the Archdiocese of Tours.