Cordobla

is an UNESCO heritage site. The Roman Bridge, Mezquito, Roman Gate and the Alcarzar de los Reyes form a continuous heritage area.

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Cordobla Mezquita

Building of the Cordobla Mezquita (Mosque) commenced in 784AD following the Muslim conquest. In 1236, when the Christians reconquered, a church was build in the middle of it.

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Glendalough

was a monastic city establish by St Kevin in the 6th century. It flourished until 1215 when the diocese of Dublin and Glendalough were combined which caused Glendalough to decline in importance. It was destroyed by the English in 1398. [Read More...]

Kutna Hora

in the Czech Republic, became rich because of silver mining. This wealth helped to build St Babara's Church. So named because St Barbara is the patron Saint of mining. Building commenced in 1388 and wasn't completed until 1905.

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Sedlac Ossuary

commonly known as the bone church, is a small church located in Kutna Hora, Czech Republic. Inside are the bones of forty thousand people, from the medieval period, which have arranged in decorative designs. [Read More...]

Whitby

is is a fishing port and tourist centre located on the north-east coast of England. Amongst its attractions are St Mary's Church and Whitby Abbey. [Read More...]

Wieliczka Salt Mine

is located about 10kms from Krakow, Poland. Salt was mined from the 13th century until 1996. Many statues and friezes have been carved in its grey granite textured salt. [Read More...]