Tag: mausoleum

A view of Frogmore
Gardens, Travel

A view of Frogmore

During my recent visit to Windsor I of course wanted to have a look at the Long Walk. Me and the friend who accompanied me were too tired for a long walk after our Windsor Castle visit. However we were quite interested to see whether we could see Frogmore Cottage, the future house of the […]

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The Mausoleum at Bückeburg Palace
Churches & Graves, Travel

The Mausoleum at Bückeburg Palace

In the gardens of the Bückeburg Palace of the Fürsten zu Schaumburg-Lippe visitors will find an impressive building. The biggest private mausoleum in the world is the burial place of the family. The mausoleum was erected by the last reigning Fürst Adolf and built between 1911 and 1916. The architect of he building was Paul […]

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The Welfenmausoleum in Hannover
Churches & Graves, Travel

The Welfenmausoleum in Hannover

Some royal mausoleums are open regularly, some once in a while and others are never open. The Welfenmausoleum in the Berggarten of Hannover, opposite the Herrenhausen Palace, used to be open in the past. But who would like to visit it now, will hear it is not open. Really a pity for people like me […]

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2016 – Travelling in Albania Kruja Castle
Travel, Travel Tips

2016 – Travelling in Albania

Last modified: 15 October 2016 Thursday, 6 October 2016 Who travels to Albania has to plan carefully. From the Netherlands it turned out, there were no direct airplanes to Tirana, Albania. I had a variety of choices, the best one of it was to book my flights via Austrian Airlines and fly via Vienna, Austria. […]

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