The Reichstag of Berlin is irremediably linked to the history of the city. Its construction [...]
The Brandenburg Gate is one of the most well-known symbols of the German capital. It is an old [...]
The Berlin Cathedral stands majestically in the vicinity of the Spree River, crowned by a silver [...]
A great fire scourged the city of London in England from September 2 to September 5, 1666. The [...]
The Saint Paul’s Cathedral is the most important church for the London people. The Westminster [...]
The Cerro de la Máscara (or Hill of the Mask in English) archaeological site is the most [...]
The City Hall of El Fuerte is the most beautiful at the northwest of Mexico. It has neoclassical [...]
The Humboldt University of Berlin (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, in German) is one of the [...]
Next to Brühl’s Terrace and directly on the side of the Fraunkirche Church, the old Royal [...]
Cultura Center UAS (CASA DE CULTURA UAS) - FLAUTAS AND CARACOL Today is the 37th University [...]
The history of the Shcrönbrunn Palace and its predecessor buildings reach the middle ages. The [...]
The Prague Palace is the most important national, cultural and historical monument, symbol of [...]
The Hacienda of Our Lady of Sorrows, now Casa Peiro Cultural Center of the Sinaloa Institute of [...]
Born under the order of the Mad King at a time when castles and fortresses were no longer needed, [...]
The Mexican Flag, as a national symbol, dates from the time of the Independence War. In ancient [...]
The MUSAM (Archaeological Museum of Mazatlán) originated in the convocation launched by the [...]
Visit the Royal Palace of Dresden to observe the Parade of the Princes(Fürstenzug); one of the [...]
As part of the decoration of the Streets of Berlin, among the streets exists one of the most [...]
Berlin-Tegel Airport (Flughafen Berlin-Tegel Otto Lilienthal), also called Otto Lilienthal, is [...]
The Temple of Our Lady, sanctified in honor of the Virgin Mary, patroness of Hungary, better [...]
On the emblematic Rosales street between the avenues Jose Maria Morelos and Domingo Ruby marked [...]
If the capital of Hungary can boast about anything, it is the possession a significant cast, not [...]
The Church of St. Esteban, in Pest, is known as "Basílica", although it is not a Basilica in the [...]
The Bridge of Chains (in Hungary and officially, Széchenyi lánchíd) of Budapest is the oldest [...]
The Boscolo Budapest Hotel is housed in an eclectic building, built between 1892 and 1894 by the [...]
The House of Parliament (Országház in Hungarian) was built between 1885 and 1902, being the [...]
Fisherman's Bastion (Halaszbastya) is a Neo-Gothic and Neo-Romanesque style terrace situated on [...]
It took approximately 20 months to construct the Administrative Unit, which jointly with the [...]
A beautiful park located inside the island of Oraba which is surrounded by the union of two [...]
About twenty notes published by the newspaper El Monitor de Sinaloa in 1908, and recently [...]
Culiacan, the first village of the Mexican Northwest, the capital of the State of Sinaloa, is [...]
I am much honored to have been chosen to share some of the stories of which I have witnessed. [...]
The Arches of Guadalajara are a historic emblem of the capital of Jalisco. Initially, they were [...]
The building that today we know as Municipal Palace in San Miguel de Allende, was formally known [...]
The Hospice “Cabañas”, owes its name to the bishop Juan Cruz Ruiz de Cabañas, who arrived [...]
With nearly 8 million inhabitants, Quebec is the second most populous province in Canada, coming [...]
Cathedral of Guadalajara, or “Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of Mary”, is the parish [...]
Sinaloa Symphonic Orchestra of the Arts is the most complex musical instrument of all... it is [...]
Guadalajara's historic center consists of buildings, monuments, plazas and parks built along the [...]
What it was once a textile factory, now is a house of paintings, sculptures and handicrafts made [...]
Originally built in 1955 next to Plaza de la Soledad, not the garden but the Square was the [...]
Gilberto Ceceña Nuño is one of the communicators with more presence in Sinaloa. Its most known [...]
The region that is occupied by the municipality of San Ignacio was known since the beginnings of [...]
Apart from the makeshift theaters and tents that were in the Villa for comedies and colloquial [...]
The construction of this historic building in the city of Guanajuato, began in 1797 with the [...]
The University has data from the eighteenth century, colonial stage of Villa de Guanajuato, it [...]
“La Esquina”, Museum of Popular Mexican Toys, represents the Foundation for Conservation of [...]
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, Guanajuato is one of the most beautiful cities [...]
San Miguel owes a lot to this house of culture and education. Built in the eighteenth century, [...]
Located in the heart of Atotonilco, Guanajuato, just eight km away from San Miguel de Allende, [...]
The brave Pipila The year was 1810, the independence movement was underway, the insurgent [...]
The still young city of Los Mochis, rises proudly as a real gem of the northwest of Mexico. [...]
In the 1930s the most powerful nation in the world, USA: collapses due to the Great Depression [...]
Topolobampo. the place where the rainbow ends. Place where the magic of the elements are [...]
Museo Interactivo sobre las Adicciones (MIA, “Museum of Addictions”) is an alternative that [...]
Plaza Machado is one of the most ancient in Mazatlán; historical records show it was built, in [...]
Universidad de Occidente is the second institute with the largest educational coverage at [...]
Imala is a rural community located at a Town that bears the same name, which belongs to Culiacan. [...]
Rebuilt twice and inaugurated three, the Angela Peralta Theater in Mazatlan is today a [...]
Founded as the Museum of Culiacan; inaugurated on December 14th, 1958. The Regional Museum of [...]
One of the busiest and most beautiful avenues in Culiacán is the avenue Alvaro Obregón, [...]
Located in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, this botanical garden is one of the most important in [...]
The building that harbors this museum was built in 1837 and in its first years was a Town Hall [...]
During de celebration of the State Day of Philanthropy that is organized by the Board of Private [...]
We went to the Beach Club of Cortes Island, at Altata, Sinaloa, Mexico. We chose the Friday, [...]
The favorite place in each town is their Plaza (small open space in which the town’s festivities [...]