Exhibition Treasures of the Romanesque at the Maphre Foundation in Madrid If you are fond of Romanesque art, until May 15, 2011 you have the opportunity to see an exceptional exhibition at the headquarters of the Maphre Foundation in Madrid, on the Paseo de Recoletos 23. Me I refer to the exhibition The splendor of the Romanesque, which shows 59 masterpieces of Romanesque art that for the first time meet outside its headquarters of the Museum of Art of Catalonia, an entity that brings together the most important collection of European Romanesque art.
Oil pumps in North Dakota On the road again & again !!! in this new stage of the coast-to-coast road trip through the United States and Canada. 770 kilometers more from Moose Jaw in Canada to Jamestown, in North Dakota, already back in the United States. The landscape of the route is similar to the previous day, with large areas of land, very flat, cultivated wheat and sunflowers, with livestock and oil wells scattered.
Prado Museum on the Prado Promenade in Madrid When visiting the Prado Museum in Madrid, you may be interested in doing so with a guided tour. In this regard you should know that there are no official guided tours established to tour the Prado Museum. But you have other options that allow you to have additional knowledge about the various works that are exhibited in the great Madrid art gallery.
Statue of Liberty in New York Since its establishment in September 2010, if you are going to make a tourist trip to the United States requesting authorization through the ESTA form, you must pay a tourist fee. Below you have the information you should know about this prerequisite to your trip.
Victorian houses Painted ladies in Alamo Park in San Francisco Haight Ashbury is one of the most interesting districts to visit in San Francisco during your trip along the west coast of the United States. Located in the upper part of the city, north of Market Street and near the Castro neighborhood of the Golden Gate Park, this district became famous as the center of the hippie movement in the 60s.
Archaeological remains of the old church Santa María de la Almudena What is this man looking at? This question may arise during your walk on the main street of Madrid, almost corner with Bailén street. But when you approach you discover that he is not a lord, but a life-size sculptural figure that looks out into a glazed space where you can see some archaeological remains.