Sights of the Maltese archipelago
Malta is famous among tourists primarily for having the highest density concentration of cultural and historic monuments per area unit.
All of Malta’s attractions can be divided into several groups: cities, museums, monuments, caves, grottos, catacombs, temples, megalithic, ancient burial sites and fortifications.
The attractions of the resort
Architectural and cultural values
The island can rightly be called a city state because the boundaries between the settlements on the island are purely nominal. The largest town of the island is Birkirkara and the state capital – the city of Valletta, which is on a par with Minoi holds the title of Museum city. Continue reading
In 20-ies of the XIX century, a rich landowner and landowner William Danby was built Druid temple . The building is really impressive, and in the imagination of the visitor invokes the image of a huge megalithic structure, in its mystery and size equal to Stonehenge. Enlightened industrialist imbued with the mysticism of the druids, and to give local residents during the period of unemployment of at least some earnings, have created strange architectural structure .
Each employee engaged on the construction of Danby was paid one shilling a day, which at the time was quite a good wage. The building was intended for some old drawings and was made in the statement of the landlord an exact copy of the once existing temple of the druids. The location of the landmark, is in Britain, in the County of Yorkshire, near the small village of Leighton . Continue reading
Shrines Of China
In China there are many historical monuments and religious shrines. And though they have long accessed the pyramids in China is still shrouded in mystery. It should be noted that such monuments are about 16 pieces, and these giants many have not seen or heard anything about them.
The government hides the pyramid
Pyramids in China have been established long since, but mention of them has happened only in 1912. This discovery was made by traders from Australia, which saw mysterious objects that resemble Egyptian pyramids, but the dimensions exceed them. After such findings had to break out the big controversy with the science, but the government decided to withhold information about the existence of these monuments. Thus, they became the great mystery of the planet. Continue reading