Two centuries after the Italian Renaissance and at a much lower scale, Romanian County experienced its own period of blooming arts. Prince Constantin Brâncoveanu assumed the role of “The Magnificent” Lorenzo de Medici as protector of arts, commissioner of great buildings and patron of a new original style in architecture […]

The Pincian Hill may not be one of the famous seven hills of ancient Rome, but today is the most pleasant one, as it hosts the finest park in the city. To imagine a person as rich and powerful as to have something like that as a week-end domain is […]

Built for the 1972 Olympics, the Olympia Park is an athletic and entertainment complex that hosts Germany’s most famous stadium (Olympiastadion) an indoor gym (Olympia Hall), a covered swimming pool (Olympia Schwimmhalle), the former olympic village and lots of other sport facilities. A total of twenty buildings compose this gigantic […]

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