Stonehenge, the Ancient Ring of Standing Stones Near Salisbury in Wiltshire, England
Stonehenge is one of world’s most famous prehistoric monuments dating back as far as 3000 BC. It is comprised of massive upright stones arranged in a circular layout. The biggest stones, known as sarsens, stand 9 metres tall and weight up to 50 tons each.
Colourfully Illuminated Cloister at Fountains Abbey in North Yorkshire, England
Fountains Abbey is one of those magical places straight out of a dream. It’s a ruined yet well preserved monastery, which was founded in 1132 and operated for over 400 years before king Henry VIII ordered the dissolution of all Catholic monasteries in England.
A Church and Two Old Buildings Connected With an Archway in Wroclaw, Poland
Hansel and Gretel are two medieval buildings in the centre of Wroclaw, Poland. The buildings are connected with an archway, on which there is an inscription in Latin that reads ‘Death is the gateway to life’. The gate formed by the two buildings once led to a church cemetery.
Casa Terracota on the Outskirts of Villa de Leyva in Colombia
On the outskirts of a popular tourist town of Villa de Leyva in Colombia you'll find Casa Terracota, a sculptural house built entirely from clay. It's the biggest piece of pottery in the world that took almost 12 years to complete.