Destination: Lithuania — Nathan’s Insights (Reblog)

Official Name: Republic of Lithuania Established: 6 July 1253 (Kingdom of Lithuania), 16 February 1918 (Independence from Russia) Population: 2,795,334 (2020 estimate) Religion: 93% Christianity Language(s): Lithuanian, Polish, Russian Capital: Vilnius Order of Visit: Twenty-Fourth First Visit: 17 July 2006 Last Visit: 18 July 2006 Duration: 2 Days Visit Highlights: Vilnius – Gediminas Square, St Peter and […]Destination: … Continue reading Destination: Lithuania — Nathan’s Insights (Reblog)

There’s more to reading than just looking at the words — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

When I first became interested in the history of mathematics, now literally a lifetime ago, it was dominated by a big events, big names approach to the discipline. It was also largely presentist, only interested in those aspects of the history that are still relevant in the present. As well as this, it was internalist […]There’s … Continue reading There’s more to reading than just looking at the words — The Renaissance Mathematicus (Reblog)

Brexit Delivered, January 1 2021 — Great Britain Goes It Alone? Astrology Musings

After four and a half years of bitter debate and seemingly endless negotiation, the United Kingdom finally -- effectively -- leaves the European Union on January 1 2021, quitting both the single market and customs union. This chart set for midnight on New Year's Day, the moment the country leaves, to my mind encapsulates the … Continue reading Brexit Delivered, January 1 2021 — Great Britain Goes It Alone? Astrology Musings

Turkey vs. Greece: which one is a better destination? — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Turkey and Greece are both Mediterranean countries with amazing weather, beautiful beaches, and mouthwatering cuisine. At first glance, these two countries look very similar, but when you look at them a little deeper, you notice how different they are at the same time! Each one of them got a unique culture, food, and history. Do […]Turkey … Continue reading Turkey vs. Greece: which one is a better destination? — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

15 Most Beautiful Beaches in Europe — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

https://www.youtube.com/embed/tX2bypMWGL4?version=3&rel=1&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&fs=1&hl=en&autohide=2&wmode=transparent Europe is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. From Cyprus to Iceland, and Russia to Portugal, there’s a beach for every taste in Europe. If you are planning for your next holiday or weekend getaway, keep reading as in this post, we’ll talk about 15 most beautiful beaches in … Continue reading 15 Most Beautiful Beaches in Europe — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Blågårdsgade, Nørrebro — Life in Copenhagen (Reblog)

The more I visit Nørrebro, the more it grows on me – the part of Nørrebro close to town is, in my opinion, the busiest and most interesting part of Copenhagen (at least for a young person like me). It reminds me a lot of the neighbourhood I used to live in Bristol in the […]Blågårdsgade, … Continue reading Blågårdsgade, Nørrebro — Life in Copenhagen (Reblog)

Top 10 Best European Cities to Visit this year — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Europe is a peaceful, beautiful continent with countless beautiful cities to visit! The green continent is full of amazing places. If you’re looking for the best European cities to add to your bucket list, keep reading as in this post, we’ll talk about the top 10 best European cities to visit this year. More than […]Top … Continue reading Top 10 Best European Cities to Visit this year — Delusional Bubble (Reblog)

Den Konglige Biblioteks Have — Life in Copenhagen (Reblog)

So I’ve shown you The Black Diamond (Den Sorte Diamant) a while back, but not this gem of a garden hidden behind it. I intended to share these photos much earlier, but I honestly there are so many pictures piling up on my computer that I forget about, and I can’t keep track of what […]Den … Continue reading Den Konglige Biblioteks Have — Life in Copenhagen (Reblog)

Euro-roadtrip Day 3: Bordeaux (Part 2!) — Life in Copenhagen (Reblog)

If you missed Part 1 of my Bordeaux re-cap, have a look here 🙂 I absolutely love the featured photo for this entry. It was just a quick, random snap on my walk around town. But when I was looking through my travel photos this one stood out to me somehow, and I felt that […]Euro-roadtrip … Continue reading Euro-roadtrip Day 3: Bordeaux (Part 2!) — Life in Copenhagen (Reblog)

The origin of the giant sarsen stones at Stonehenge has finally been discovered with the help of a missing piece of the site which was returned after… (Reblog)

Last year archaeologists pinpointed the origin of many of the ancient monument’s massive stones. A new study identifies the source of the rest. A …The origin of the giant sarsen stones at Stonehenge has finally been discovered with the help of a missing piece of the site which was returned after…

Royal History ╽The Deadly Sophxit of Count Konigsmarck and Princess Sophia Dorothea — THE CHRONICLES OF HISTORY (Reblog)

Today’s post will be the tale of a royal exit written by guest poster Simone T. Whitlow from the blog History and Imagination. Whitlow discusses and tells the life story of Princess Sophia Dorothea and her exiting the royal family. The consequences were enormous. it is a story filled with an unhappy marriage and daring […]Royal … Continue reading Royal History ╽The Deadly Sophxit of Count Konigsmarck and Princess Sophia Dorothea — THE CHRONICLES OF HISTORY (Reblog)