Francisco goya’s the second of may, 1808 depicts:

Francisco goya’s the second of may, 1808 depicts:

One of the most famous paintings in Spanish history, Francisco Goya's The Second of May, 1808, depicts the charging of the Mamelukes of the French Imperial Guard against the local citizenry. One of two pieces commissioned in 1814, the painting represents a darker...

Frankfurt: Top 5 cultural sights to see

Frankfurt: Top 5 cultural sights to see

Germany is one of the number 1 travel destinations in Europe. It's filled with medieval castles, world-class museums, and romantic walled cities straight out of fairy tales. It also has the largest population in Europe at 82 million people and the largest economy to...

What is nougat made from

What is nougat made from

One little treat know all around the globe is nougat; I'm pretty sure most can agree on how heavenly delicious it is, but what is it made from? Its crunchy consistency and sweetness put a smile on the face; what is there not to love? Interestingly, most people don't...

Classical Music inspired by art

Classical Music inspired by art

Inspiration, where does it come from? If you asked a musician, I'm positive that you would get a wide variety of different answers. There is no definitive answer to that question. For many artists, life experience is a major source. For some, it could be a movie they...

Beautiful casinos of the world 

Beautiful casinos of the world 

Online Gambling might be the new thing, but nothing beats a beautiful real world casino! Around the world, gambling has been very popular for a long time. Nowadays, it has reached new levels of popularity partly because gambling has moved online. For that reason,...

The best Coffeeshops in Amsterdam

The best Coffeeshops in Amsterdam

"Yeah, it's legal, but it ain't a hundred per cent legal. I mean, you can't walk into a restaurant, roll a joint, and start puffin' away. They want you to smoke in your home or certain designated places." If you're a Tarantino fan, no doubt you know the rest of this...

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