The Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave, Ardèche , France From the Aurignacian period (30,000 to 32,000 BP). The Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave, was discovered in the Ardèche valley (in southern France) in December 1994 by three cave explorers, after removing the rumble of stones that blocked a passage. The cave is extensive, about … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK: Chauvet-Pont-d’Arc Cave
Spectacular Midsummer festival in Norway!
Each year Norway is starting the summer with a massive celebration called Slinningsbålet.
Norway builds a massive midsummer bonfire and this year they beat their own record.
The bonfire is 34 meters high one meter higher than last year .
Watch in the video below how the tower is being built.
The flaming tower is always built on a small piece of land that is surrounded by the ocean so when it topples, it falls into the water and can’t cause any damage.
You will be able to see all tourist attractions in Norway online at Digitourist soon!
Pyramidenkogel, Linden, Austria The Pyramidenkogel Tower is, with it’s height of 100 meters, the world’s highest wooden watch-tower. It’s on top of the 851 metre high mountain “Pyramidenkogel”. The construction of wood is combinated with steel. It gives an magnificent view over over Carinthia (Austria) … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK: Pyramidenkogel Tower
Summer time is finally here! All bags are packed are you ready for some weeks of relaxation? We got some tips you might not want to forget to check before leaving your house. 1. Insurance Your insurance is one of the most important things. Close … Continue reading TRAVEL TIPS
Tuinen van Appeltern, Gelderland, Nederland. De pin van deze week is de Tuinen van Appeltern: komende week 1 groot tuinfeest! Wat beter te doen op een zomerse dag dan genieten van de mooiste tuinen onder het genot van een hapje en drankje op 1 van … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK: Tuinen van Appeltern / Lifestylefair Fleurig
This increrdible video by profesional pilot Jean-Baptiste CHANDELIER. Over the mountain range in the western Alps , stretching over French, Italian and Swiss territory.
Royal palace in Caserta park, the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli and the San Leucio complex Italy In 1734, Charles III (Charles de Bourbon) became King of Naples. In 1750 he decided to built a new royal palace to exceed the Palace of Versailles and the Royal Palace … Continue reading PIN OF THE WEEK: Royal palace in Caserta