Must See Historical Sites In Europe

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European countries share a magnanimous chunk of world history with each other, including history of art, architecture and the war’s influences on them.

Anzac western front countries represent historical movements and war history through different fields of art, architecture, sculptures and different historical sites which are famous in Europe. The must-see historical sites in Europe include:

1. The Pantheon, Rome:

Italy houses almost the entire heritage of Roman civilization, which was on the most powerful civilizations of its time. The Pantheon was built by the Romans and is the most magnificent of all the temples in Italy, which has now been converted into a Church.

2. Stonehenge, England:

Stonehenge is a pre-historic monument, located in Wiltshire, and is known as one of the wonders of the world. Each stone is about 13 feet high, and they are arranged in the form of post and lintel system; a construction concept initially discovered in the pre-historic era.

3. Acropolis, Greece:

Located on an ancient hill in the city of Athens, the Acropolis is an ancient citadel, which has a combination of several ancient buildings, famous for their architectural and engineering. The most famous building, the Parthenon, is also located here.

4. La Alhambra, Granada, Spain:

A palace and a fortress; La Alhambra paints a picture with is grandeur of Arabic buildings. It is one of the most magnificent examples of Islamic architecture in Spain. The architecture is flawless, with intricate attention to detail, built on the concept of gardens with flowers and fountains.

5. Berlin Wall, Germany:

The wall which divided East and West Berlin for almost 30 years; this concrete wall was constructed during the cold war, which divided families and cut off jobs for people from both sides. It was a physical proof of human right suppression in Germany at that time.

Every European country unfolds a magical history of its own so do not miss out on any.