The Lake District in March is just as wonderful and interesting an area to explore as it is in summer. Perfect for weekend breaks, great food and hiking.Read More
Month: March 2017
Greece’s western coastline has been shaped both by local seismic geological and...Read More
In the centre of Rome is the Capuchin Crypt – officially the Museum and Crypt of the Capuchin Friars, which is at once both shocking and fascinating. A series of small chapels beneath the church of Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini contain the bones and mummified remains of an estimated 4,000 individuals. Far from being a macabre spectacle, the Capuchin order believes the remains of former friars are a silent and poignant reminder of our mortality and the passage of life on Earth.Read More
The extraordinary Roman cavalry helmet, found by an as yet unnamed metal detectorist near Crosby...Read More
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