The theme for the this week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge is Water. I hope you’ll join in!
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The theme for the this week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge is Uphill. I hope you’ll join in!
The holiest site for the Jewish religion, the Western Wall is all that’s left of Jerusalem’s Second Temple. The rest was destroyed by the Romans in the 1st Century AD.
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is the highest navigable aqueduct ever built. And you can also walk across it... if you’ve a head for heights!
Sometimes, the only way to figure out what you’re looking at, is to take a step back.
Over the last almost 2000 years, Rome’s Castel Sant’Angelo has been a tomb, a fortress and a bolt hole for popes.
The theme for the this week’s Sam’s Ses Challenge is Scary. I hope you’ll join in!
Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park UNESCO World Heritage Site is a spectacular place. Not least because of the dramatic end to Chain of Craters Road.
The ruins of the former tin mine at Wheal Coates on the north Cornwall coast today serve as a breathtaking memorial to the innovations of the Industrial Revolution and a beautiful place to watch the sunset.
Forts and tunnels... what an irresistible combination!