Things to do in Europe

Jerusalemhaus

The Jerusalemhaus is a house museum at Schillerplatz 5 in Wetzlar, Germany. On October 30, 1772, the Braunschweig legation secretary Karl Wilhelm Jeru

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Eicke's House

Eicke's House (German: Eickesches Haus) is a listed residential timber frame building in north German Renaissance style, located in the pedestrian zon

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Hotel Walhalla

The Hotel Walhalla is a listed half-timbered building in the Baroque style, located in Osnabrück, Lower Saxony, Germany. The building has functioned a

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Bjørgan parsonage

The Bjørgan parsonage (Norwegian: Bjørgan prestegård) is a museum and former parsonage in Kvikne in the northern part of the municipality of Tynset in

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Vaiņode Air Base

Vaiņode (also somewhere written as Vainodo, Vainede, Vaynede, Vaynodo, and Toyvanede) is a former USSR air base in Latvia, located 31 kilometres (19 m

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Buochs Airport

The Buochs Airport (ICAO code LSZC Mil: LSMU) is a regional airport in the town of Buochs in the Canton of Nidwalden in Switzerland. It has a concrete

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1st White Cloth Hall

The 1st White Cloth Hall is a Grade II* listed building on Kirkgate, in the city centre of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. == History == Originall

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Bielyja Lauki

Bielyja Lauki (Belarusian: Белыя лаўкі) is a shopping arcade and now also a monument to civic architecture of the 19th century in Pruzhany town, Brest

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Ruhleben internment camp

Ruhleben internment camp was a civilian detention camp in Germany during World War I. It was located in Ruhleben, a former Vorwerk manor 10 km (6.2 mi

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Dom Tower of Utrecht

The Dom Tower (Cathedral Tower, Dutch: Domtoren) of Utrecht is the tallest church tower in the Netherlands, at 112.5 metres (368 feet) in height, and

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Oldehove (tower)

The Oldehove is a leaning and unfinished church tower in the medieval centre of the Dutch city of Leeuwarden.Oldehove is also the name of an artificia

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Leaning Tower of Suurhusen

The Leaning Tower of Suurhusen (German: Schiefer Turm von Suurhusen) is a late medieval steeple in Suurhusen, a village in the East Frisian region of

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One & Other

One & Other was a public art project by Antony Gormley, in which 2,400 members of the public occupied the usually vacant fourth plinth in Trafalgar Sq

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The Floating Piers

The Floating Piers was a site-specific work of art by Christo and Jeanne-Claude, consisting of 70,000 square meters of yellow fabric, carried by a mod

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Great Polish Map of Scotland

The Great Polish Map of Scotland is a large (50 m x 40 m) three-dimensional, outdoor concrete scale model of Scotland, located in the grounds of the B

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