Graceland is a house located in Memphis, Tennessee. It’s the mansion where «The King Of Rock» «Elvis Presley» lived from the age of 22, until his death.
It is located in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. It has become one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city, being the second most visited house in the country (after the White House), as well as a museum of its life and a temple for its fans. Elvis bought the house in March 1957 as a gift to his parents, making it his usual residence. The mansion was acquired from Dr. Thomas and Ruth Moore, who gave it the name of Graceland in honor of his daughter Grace.
The Grand Hotel Neum is newly renovated and has a long tradition, it is the largest hotel located on the Riviera of Neum, Bosnia-Herzegovina, with complete tourist facilities, offering guests a pleasant stay throughout the year. The hotel offers luxurious single, double and triple rooms, furnished with air conditioning, a balcony with sea views, LCD satellite TV, minibar, bathroom with hairdryer, WIFI Internet, safe and telephone.
Holy Mother Sofia or Hagia Sophia (from the Greek: Άγια Σοφία, «Holy Wisdom» in Latin: Sancta Sophia or Sancta Sapientia, in Turkish: Ayasofya) is an old orthodox patriarchal basilica, later converted into a mosque and now a museum, in the City of Istanbul, Turkey.
The National Museum of Natural History of France (in French: Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle)? It is a public institution of French scientific research. It depends on the Ministry of General Education, the Ministry of Higher Education and the Ministry of the Environment. Its main functions are the conservation of scientific collections, scientific research, higher education and the dissemination of scientific culture in the specialties of the institution: Natural History. The Evolution Gallery is one of the most visited exhibition halls in Paris.
La abbey church of Sainte-Foy de Conques is a church located in the French commune of Conques, in the department of Aveyron.
It is considered a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture in the south of France, being especially famous for its tympanum and for its treasure, which includes unique works of art dating from the Carolingian period. The interior is decorated with stained glass by Pierre Soulages. This abbey was founded by Abbot Dadon under the protection of Charlemagne.
Castle of Turaida (in Latvian: Turaidas pils) is a medieval castle recently reconstructed in Turaida, in the region of Vidzeme of Latvia, in the opposite shore of the Gauja river of Sigulda.
Riga (in Latvian: Rīga) is the capital and largest city of Latvia. With 701,185 inhabitants (July 2014), it is the largest city in the Baltic states and home to more than a third of Latvia’s population. It is the largest cultural, educational, political, financial, commercial and industrial center of the Baltic Sea region.
The city is located in the Gulf of Riga, at the mouth of the Daugava River. It has an area of 307.17 km² and is between 1 and 10 meters above sea level, in a flat and sandy plain.
Here you can visit German cities and take a good look.
See more interesting places of all the cardinal points, and the experience of architecture in its entirety. Find your way around the train station or look around the park or the market square.
Interactive 360 ° panoramas of German cities give you the opportunity to imagine that you are within the scene, with the possibility to expand or reduce, and follow the access points to the following points of interest.
360 Bar and Restaurant is the pre-eminent space in the Tower of Sydney that has unparalleled 360 ° views on a rotating platform. Finished in dark mahogany wood and soft ambient lighting, 360 Bar and Restaurant offers an impressive setting, with an unbeatable backdrop.
Offering an excellent modern Australian cuisine paired with a constant service, the menu is delivered to the guests with excellent dishes in a sophisticated atmosphere.
The museum was inaugurated in 1932, and its first director was the only male son of Sorolla, Joaquín Sorolla García, who increased the legacy and created the Foundation.
The strong point of the collections is, of course, Sorolla’s painting. The collection of the museum is the most important set of works of this painter that is conserved in the same institution. Sorolla was left with those works that he had painted for his own pleasure or that, because they were family portraits, they were not intended for sale. It is, then, a very personal collection of the painter, which is completed with numerous drawings and «notes of color», oil tablets where the painter continuously collected his prints.