Golden Tulip Times
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... From the outside it was hard to recognize this as an Orthodox church, it was one story with a thatched roof. It was buildt this way to conceal it from the Turkish rulers. Inside it had six rooms all of them covered with beautiful icons. We were not allowed to take pictures, unfortunately. The guide in the Church told us about icons and the stories that they were telling regarding Mary, ...
... When we finished with the European side, we crossed to the Romanian side. The first half of the exhibit was all medieval and Renaissance works – I was expecting plenty of religious pieces, but was surprised that whole pieces of churches were located here. Entire walls had been removed, and many stone tablets and friezes were on display. The tablets were displayed at knee height in the center of the room. When backing up to better look at a frieze, I felt a bench ...
... visited Gallipoli himself only last week, and he told us it is a very worthwhile trip and wished us well. After everyone lined up, we finally left here at 3.17am. We were woken again at 6.15 to leave the train and board a bus for the final two hours into Istanbul as this part of the line has been undergoing a major upgrade and will not be finished until 2015. Arrived at Istanbul at 10 am, and looking forward to a shower! IstanbuL, Gallipoli and Greek Islands ...
... think, they have used the grand building to their advantage instead of destroying it.
Rebellion struck Romania and Ceaușescu in 1989. Revolutionary sentiment spread throughout Romania after Ceaușescu's reelection. On December 22 during Ceaușescu's speech to Romanian civilians, the crowd was very displeased and captured Ceaușescu as he tried to escape. Him and his wife were executed on Christmas ...
... where a man called Adolf Hitler gave a rallying speech in an attempt to raise support for his beliefs.
The second photograph is a then and now photograph of The Berlin Wall. The wall was built in 1961 and it was pulled down in 1989. The history behind it is fascinating and well worth researching further.
During the tour we also visited a beautiful monument that was designed and sculpted with ...