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10 Most Beautiful Roman Aqueducts In The World

An aqueduct is a man-made watercourse that was built to convey water from one place to another. During the prime years of ancient Rome the Romans built many such aqueducts all over Europe, in order to bring water from different sources into their cities. When needed, they built bridges as part of the artificial watercourse. The water was then used...

10 Smallest Countries In Europe

The following is a list of the smallest independent countries in Europe by area, some of which are known as the European microstates (or ministates). A microstate is usually a small independent state that is recognized by larger states. This list does not include, for instance, Northern Cyprus – which is an unrecognized country, or Kosovo...

10 Rivers that flow through Europe’s Capital Cities

Below is a list of 10 rivers that flow through capital cities in Europe 1. River Thames, London, England – The River Thames flows through London and London’s major attractions are situated right along the banks of the river, such as the Big Ben and Westminster Palace, the Tower Bridge and Tower of London and the London Eye   2...

10 Best Places To Watch A Football Match In Europe

Soccer or football, as it’s known in Europe, is by far the most popular sport game in the continent. If you’re planning on spending a weekend or a few days in Europe, you should try to catch a game. Here’s a list of the best places to watch a game 1. F.C Barcelona at Camp Nou, Barcelona – If you’re in Barcelona, one...

10 Best Preserved Medieval cities In Europe

Europe is packed with old cities, many of them are well preserved and offer a glance at the way people used to live centuries ago. Many of those cities are now enjoying a great new era of prosperity as countless tourists come to admire the beauty of the old buildings, bridges, walls and cathedrals. Picking the top 10 of those cities is very hard...

10 Most Visited Countries

The following is a list of the 10 most visited countries in 2012: 1. France – 83 million tourists entered France in 2012. Most of which probably spent at least a couple of days in Paris 2. United States – 67 million tourisrs entered the United Stated. The biggest attraction being of course Manhattan, New York   3. China...

10 Most Famous Monuments In Europe

1. Eiffel Tower, Paris, France – Perhaps the most famous structure in the world, and the icon for Paris and France, this iron tower is located on the Champ de Mars in Paris, named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel who designed it in 1889. With height of 324 meters, the tower is the tallest structure in Paris and was the tallest...

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