In the South East of England we can find mieścinę, where the hill stands a small Church surrounded by tombstones. The building, like many others, but deep in its cellars you can find a fascinating relic of the past, which was already mentioned Samuel Jeake in 1678.
This abandoned mansion was built in 1876 by Ernest Seth-Smith for his elder brother Karl. This was the so-called house of entertainment of the future owner, ending up in the hands of the Army Operational Research Group.
Irish Tarbhealach Craig Moore, there is a big passage through the stone. Locally called 18 arches. It was built in 1852 a railway crossing in Northern Ireland, which is the highest bridge on the island of Ireland.
The first of this type of plant and at the same time the largest brick building in Europe. It was built in 1939 and designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect of minutes. the Cathedral in Liverpool, the building of the Tate Modern, or at least the red phone booths.
Alley leading to Gracehill House Stuartów of the family that planted these trees in the XVIII century, to impress guests visiting their house.
The so-called giant's Causeway or the Trail of Giants. Rock formation on the coast of Northern Ireland, consisting of tightly Packed basalt columns.
The castle was built in the XIII century, Richard specifically inform staff of de Burgh, and the first written information about the castle appeared in 1513.