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Norway from above - Fantastic views

2016-08-28 Read more

Beautiful waterfalls of Finland

2016-08-28 Read more

Svolværgeita top, Lofoten in Norway - Salto 355 meters above sea level


Rokua Geopark,Finland

Rokua, Finland - Adventures in the northernmost UNESCO Geopark in the world!

The Rokua Geopark offers an unique combination of geology, nature and culture on the Northern hemisphere not far away from the Arctic Circle. Here we travelled through landforms shaped by the Ice Age: glacial ridges, pine and lichen-clad heaths, kettle holes and small ponds filled with crystal clear water.

2016-08-12 Read more

Birkebeinerne,Norway

Birkebeinerne - The Last King - Norway

The Last King is the story of the escape which changed the history of Norway forever. The original Birkebeiners, carried an infant king over the mountains from Lillehammer to Østerdalen in 1206.

2016-03-25 Read more

Birkebeinerne - The Last King - Dramatic movie from Norway

2016-03-25 Read more

Vansjø,Moss,Norge,Norway

Great opportunities for fishing in Vansjø, Vansjo lake, Moss, Oslofjord at Jeløya, Norway

Fishing in Vansjø lake is good for catching fish like perch, pike and more. It`s also good opportunities for fishing in the Oslofjord at the peninsula Jeløya.

Fishing after dark for trout can be one of the most exciting things you have ever done. Just imagine.. You can’t see your hand in front of your face, the w

Read more at: http://Troutster.com
2016-01-29 Read more

Estadio Hernando Siles, La Paz - High-altitude football

Felt real dizzy due to the thin air here - almost without moving. The stadium is located in the Miraflores borough of La Paz, Bolivia, at an altitude of 3,637 metres (11,932 feet) above sea level. How it`s possible to play soccer in such thin air?

2015-12-20 Read more

The Revenant - Hazardous exploration of the land west of the Mississippi, USA

2015-12-13 Read more

Ceaușescu's last speech - Bucharest, Romania

In the wake of growing tension over an uprising in Timișoara 1989 where thousands were reportedly killed, Ceaușescu decided to give a nationally televised speech in the front of a crowd in Palace Square, now known as Revolution Square in Bucharest. It didn`t turn the way he wanted and it got dramatic consecvenses. 

2015-11-30 Read more

Nicolae Ceausescu, Buchurest, Romania - Last speach for the people

2015-11-29 Read more

The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest - Built with great sacrifices!

The Palace of Parliament in Bucharest is the world’s second-largest building after the Pentagon and former dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu’s most infamous creation. Built in 1984, the building has more than 3000 rooms and covers 330,000 sq metres. But it was not without great sacrifices.

2015-11-26 Read more

Hungary's Parliament Building, Budapest - A national symbol!

Hungary's Parliament Building is situated at Pest's riverbank. Built at a time when Hungary was still under Austrian influence, the magnificent structure is a symbol of Hungary's independence.

2015-11-24 Read more

Metelkova Mesto, Ljubljana, Slovenia - An unique cultural centre and party square

Metelkova is Ljubljana's autonomous alternative city-state in Slovenia and pulsating party square: once a military stronghold, now a proclaimed own state just like Christiana Freetown in Copenhagen.

2015-11-23 Read more

Followed Dracula's bloody footprints around in Romania

It's easy to get caught up in the tale about Dracula while driving along winding roads through dense, dark, ancient forests, deep valleys and over mountain passes in Transylvania. It was the writer and novelist Bram Stoker who in the 19th century really put Transylvania on the map and made Dracula famous through his novel "Count Dracula" - the world's most famous vampire! It made me wonder who was the real person who inspired Bram Stoker, and which places has Dracula sat his footprints.

2015-11-23 Read more


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