We start again with my underground tour to the Moscow metro stations.
We had left at the third station, after my stop due to too many people I resumed around 8:30 pm in the evening, there were still some people but not the river of people in the morning.
Obviously the Moscow metro is a means of
The Moscow metro is among the most fascinating in the world.
During my trip I did a real tour to discover the beauties hidden in the bowels of the Russian capital and I could see with my own eyes the perfection and the unique style among marbles, frescos, stained glass windows and gilded frames.
In my every trip, when I can, I always go to visit the main mosque in the city where I am.
I don't have a particular religious faith but I find mosques very fascinating and rich in mysticism, they give me a strong feeling of peace and tranquility and architecturally they meet my perspective vi
We all know the story of Dracula, the famous vampire, famous protagonist of books and films. A man who according to the stories fed on human blood and could enjoy eternal life. Legend? Truth? Definitely a fascinating and full of mystery story.
The real name of the elusive Count Dracula was Vla
Mosteiro do Jerónimos
If you are in Lisbon and more precisely in the Belém district, you must visit the Mosteiro do Jerónimos.
There is a legend behind this monastery, it is thought that it was built on the remains of a small church in which Vasco da Gama took refuge to pray before leaving for
Leaving behind the majesty of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and crossing the bridge over the river Moskova you can enter a neighborhood that emanates creativity only from the air you breathe.
A neighborhood born from the redevelopment of an old chocolate factory, a revolutionary distric
Ten thousand red torii, ten thousand portals to be crossed for a good 4 km walk, ten thousand are many and even 4 km but the evocative and almost enchanted atmosphere that one breathes as soon as the ascent of Mount Inari is begun is to be experienced at least once in life.
In Morocco, taking a photograph of a person is like cursing.
There is a popular belief, still very rooted, that does not allow Moroccans to be photographed because their soul would be stolen.
Obviously not everyone believes it and these people, a little less fearful, have be
Every prison in every part of the world always carries with it a history of injustice and pain.
Moving slightly out of the center of Dublin you can get in touch with the history of Kilmainham Gaol, the old prison of the Irish capital.
It was built towards the end of the 18th century but beca