True, winter is finally over, but Paris’ beauty springs eternal. Here’s a four-minute slice of it.
Browsing ATI By europe
Like most cities within Spain, Toledo has gone through many “owners” and cataclysmic transfers of ownership before becoming the face of tranquil radiance that it is today. After the Roman Empire collapsed, Toledo saw Visigoth, Moor and Christian leaders presiding over the region with marked amounts of turmoil and violence. There was one exception, however: for a brief period of time known as La Convivencia, the three major monotheistic religions (Judaism, Islam and Christianity, respectively) cast aside their weaponry and coexisted relatively peacefully.
Though The Clash can hear London calling to this day, the foggy city has been called many other names in its history. At the time of the Roman Invasion, it was called Londinium. In Saxon times, it became known as Lundenwic. And during the kingdom of Alfred the Great, the city was known as Lundenburg.
It seems that the farther north one goes in Norway, the more spectacular the views become. Case in point: Hamnøy.
Situated alongside the beautiful Rhine River, the metropolitan and art-rich city has roots stemming back all the way to 50 AD.
This view is fit for a princess. Located on the French riviera, Monaco holds the title of the world’s lowest poverty rate and the highest number of millionaires and billionaires per capita.