Spectacular remnants of a dead-end technology, the three concrete “listening ears” at Denge near Dungeness in Kent are the best known of the various early warning acoustic mirrors built along Britain’s coast.
The Dolmen near Hlyabovo Village Haskovo Province, Bulgaria The Dolmen near the village of Hlyabovo is the largest one in Bulgaria. The ancient monument dates back to the early Iron Age (approximately 1050 – 500 year BC). It is believed that the dolmens used to be built for people with high social status, but no evidence for a specific person has been found yet.
The Dolmen near Hlyabovo Village Haskovo Province, Bulgaria One of the most interesting monuments of antiquity – the Dolmens - is located in Byala Treva area, near the village of Hlyabovo. The Dolmens (from Breton – dol – mass and men – stone), are the first representatives of the monumental tomb architecture on the Bulgarian lands. They are common for the territories of Haskovo area in the Strandzha and Sakar mountains and the eastern Rhodope mountain. They are the precursors of the later…
Passage Panoramas | Explore the 19th century covered passages of Paris: Some of the most impressive lie strung in a line stretching from Passage Vivienne, behind the Palais Royal, continuing northbound, where they end at rue Cadet, a charming, bustling little street. Passage hopping is perfect for a rainy day.