TAG: Royal Palaces

London, Buckingham Palace

London, Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is one of the most famous symbols of London. Buckingham Palace, also known as The Palace, is the official residence of British monarchy; currently, Queen Elizabeth II lives… READ MORE

Vienna, the Treasury

Vienna, the Treasury
The Treasury houses some of the most precious jewels of the world, and is one of the most fascinating attractions of Vienna. It is located in Hofburg, in the oldest… READ MORE

Vienna, Sisi Museum

Vienna, Sisi Museum
Elisabeth of Austria was Empress of Austria, Queen of Hungary and wife of Emperor Franz Joseph. She was one of the most important figures of Austrian history, not only for… READ MORE

Copenhagen, Christiansborg Palace

Copenhagen, Christiansborg Palace
Christiansborg Palace is one of the most fascinating buildings of Denmark, and it has a great historical and political value. It is located on Slotholmen Island, in the heart of… READ MORE

Edinburgh, Holyrood Palace

Edinburgh, Holyrood Palace
Holyrood Palace is one of the most beautiful and fascinating castles of Edinburgh. It was built around 1128 and, at first, it was a monastery, but in the XVI century… READ MORE

Moscow, the Kremlin

Moscow, the Kremlin
The Moscow Kremlin is the symbol of the city; it is located on the Borovichkij hill, surrounded by beautiful Alexander's Gardens. The complex serves as the official residence of the… READ MORE

Brussels: the Royal Palace

Brussels: the Royal Palace
Brussels' Royal Palace is the Belgian monarchy's official palace and is located in the capital's centre. Even it it has a central role in the social and political life of… READ MORE

Brussels. The Maison du Roi

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One of the most remarkable buildings in Brussels is the neo-Gothic Maison du Roi (House of the King), located in the Grand Place. The look mixes austerity and elegance, where the massive appearance is… READ MORE

Istanbul. The Palace of Constantine Porphyrogenitus

Istanbul. The Palace of Constantine Porphyrogenitus
Prior to being the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul was called Constantinople and was the capital of the Roman Empire. The Byzantine Empire closed its story in 1453, with the Turkish… READ MORE

Istanbul: The Topkapi Palace

Istanbul: The Topkapi Palace
How to go to Istanbul without a visit to Topkapi Palace? No, it would be impossible! This building is actually composed of a series of buildings connected together by gardens and courtyards. Built… READ MORE