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Amazing Places
Here we present the most exciting destinations on earth. The world is bigger than you think! Humans` explorations of earth leads to the most amazing adventures. Neither words, photograps nor films do the world`s places justice - they must been seen, heard and touched.

Ceaușescu's last speech - Bucharest, Romania

In the wake of growing tension over an uprising in Timișoara 1989 where thousands were reportedly killed, Ceaușescu decided to give a nationally televised speech in the front of a crowd in Palace Square, now known as Revolution Square in Bucharest. It didn`t turn the way he wanted and it got dramatic consecvenses. 

2015-11-30 Read more

Nicolae Ceausescu, Buchurest, Romania - Last speach for the people

2015-11-29 Read more

The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest - Built with great sacrifices!

The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is the world’s second-largest building after the Pentagon and former dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu’s most infamous creation. Built in 1984, the building has more than 3000 rooms and covers 330,000 sq metres. But it was not without great sacrifices.

2015-11-26 Read more

Hungary's Parliament Building, Budapest - A national symbol!

Hungary's Parliament Building is situated at Pest's riverbank. Built at a time when Hungary was still under Austrian influence, the magnificent structure is a symbol of Hungary's independence.

2015-11-24 Read more

Metelkova Mesto, Ljubljana, Slovenia - An unique cultural centre and party square

Metelkova is Ljubljana's autonomous alternative city-state in Slovenia and pulsating party square: once a military stronghold, now a proclaimed own state just like Christiana Freetown in Copenhagen.

2015-11-23 Read more

Followed Dracula's bloody footprints around in Romania

It's easy to get caught up in the tale about Dracula while driving along winding roads through dense, dark, ancient forests, deep valleys and over mountain passes in Transylvania. It was the writer and novelist Bram Stoker who in the 19th century really put Transylvania on the map and made Dracula famous through his novel "Count Dracula" - the world's most famous vampire! It made me wonder who was the real person who inspired Bram Stoker, and which places has Dracula sat his footprints.

2015-11-23 Read more

Ljubljana, Slovenia - Cultural adventures both high and low

Ljubljana is a vibrant centre of creativity where cultural activity has become a way of life. Ljubljana's surrounding areas, packed with natural beauty and cultural sights bearing witness to the city's dynamic history, are well known for their walking, hiking and cycle trails and traditional culinary delights.

2015-11-18 Read more

A medieval adventure at Bled Castle, Slovenia

A refreshing morning, little bit foggy but not rainy. A medieval adventure at Bled Castle, which is the oldest castle in Slovenia, located on top of an amazing cliff, offers stunning views of Lake Bled, a church on a small island and surrounding mountains. with towers, ramparts, moats and a terrace offering magnificent views.

2015-11-18 Read more

Wawel castle,Krakow,Poland

Adventures i Poland

Most tourist attractions in Poland are connected with natural environment, historic sites and cultural events. Especially after Poland joined the European Union in 2004, it became a place frequently visited by tourists. The most popular cities are Kraków, Wrocław, Gdańsk, Warsaw, Poznań, Lublin, Toruń and the historic site of Auschwitz - German nazi concentration camp in Oświęcim.

2015-09-26 Read more

Lindesnes, Norway - Remains of a German fortification from WW2

All around we could observe traces from World War II as trenches and tunnels on the peninsula Neset in Lindesnes, Norway’s southernmost point. The fortification was built just beside Lindesnes Lighthouse. At that time the ligthhouse was taken over by the Germans. Being an important watchpoint, they built a small fortress with four guns - and after a while, a radar antenna.


Budapest Castle District, Hungary: monuments, buildings, museums, and a stunning view

The district is full of historical sights and attractions as the the Matthias Church, Royal Palace, medieval houses, interesting museums, underground labyrinths, charming, crooked streets following the shape of the hill, as well as some good cafés and restaurants.


MS Palatia - The Pax monument at Lindesnes, Norway - World War II

The Pax monument stands on the top on a platform on a natural rock near Lindesnes Lighthouse. The monument was erected in memory of the liner M/S Palatia which was torpedoed during the Second World War. The wreck was located in 1997 by the Royal Norwegian Navy underwater search and recovery vessel Tyr.


Lindesnes Lighthouse, Norway - ships sinkings, legends and ghosts

Since the Middle Ages, Lindesnes, or “headland”, as the spot was called, has been one of the most important naviagation landmarks for boats for sailing between the North and Baltic Seas. Once sailors caught sight of this distinctive landmark they could easily plan the rest of their voyage along the coast. However, the waters around Lindesnes were also feared - with good reason.


Exploration of Dracula' s chamber underneath Castle Hill, Budapest, Hungary

Carefully I took step by step in the dark. In the beginning it was lightening around in the underground labirinth, but longer inside it became darker and spookier. I could hear strange sounds and observed damp rose up. I ventured some more steps, and finally I came upon a sign that stated I was now standing in the cell that held Dracula.


Top Gear, BBC - Ceaușescu Road, Romania - Greatest driving road in the world

2015-04-19 Read more



Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

See the video HERE


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