Europe

Europe is a continent located entirely in the Northern Hemisphere and mostly in the Eastern Hemisphere.

Lyon France

Lyon France, Lyon City

Lyon, also spelled Lyons and commonly referred to as Lyon, is in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region of France and was a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1998 onwards.

New Lanark

New Lanark United Kingdom, Lanark Scotland

New Lanark is a village on the River Clyde, some 25 miles southeast of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, and was a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 2001 onwards.

Neolithic Orkney

Orkney Stone, Heart of Neolithic Orkney

Heart of Neolithic Orkney, in the Orkney Islands, 15km north of the coast of Scotland, United Kingdom, was a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1999 onwards.

Blaenavon Iron Works

Blaenavon Iron Works, Wales, UK

Blaenavon Iron Works, or Blaenavon Industrial Landscape, located at the upper end of the Avon Llwyd valley in South Wales, United Kingdom, was a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 2000 onwards.

Luxembourg History

Luxembourg History

Luxembourg customs and traditions, Luxembourg culture facts, and Luxembourg history all originated in Luxembourg City, which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

Amiens Cathedral

Amiens Cathedral France

Amiens Cathedral, also called Notre-Dame d’Amiens or the Cathedral of Notre-Dame of Amiens, France, was a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 1981 onwards

Venice Italy

St Marks Basilica Venice

Venice Italy tourist attraction. Venice, Italy, which was founded in the fifth century and is spread across 118 tiny islands, rose to prominence as a significant naval force in the tenth century

Florence Italy

Historic Centre of Florence Italy

Florence Italy, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was built of an Etruscan settlement in the 15th–16th centuries under Medici family’s economic & cultural dominance.

Pantheon Rome

Pantheon Rome, Pantheon Italy

The Pantheon in Italy is one of the best-preserved ancient Roman monuments. During Emperor Hadrian’s reign, the edifice was finished approximately 126–128 A.D

Roman Colosseum

Colosseum Rome

The Colosseum is a Roman amphitheatre erected during the reign of the Flavian emperors in Rome. The Flavian Amphitheatre is another name for the structure.

Durham Cathedral

Durham Castle Image

Durham Castle and cathedral are the largest and finest examples of Norman construction in England, and they attest to the importance of the early Benedictine monastic community.

Tower of London

White Tower of London

Tower of London is a royal fortification. Historically, it was a royal palace, political prison, execution site, armory, royal mint, menagerie, public records office.