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Exploration of Dracula' s chamber underneath Castle Hill, Budapest, Hungary

Carefully I took step by step in the dark. In the beginning it was lightening around in the underground labirinth, but longer inside it became darker and spookier. I could hear strange sounds and observed damp rose up. I ventured some more steps, and finally I came upon a sign that stated I was now standing in the cell that held Dracula.

Carthage, Tunis, Tunisia - The rise and fall of an ancient superpower

By observing the ruins of Carthage in Tunis, it reminded me that no superpower lasts forever. It goes up and down in the world, and so it went for the people in Carthage.
2010-01-20 Read more

Outside the old National Bank in Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest, Romania - The mystery behind the Great Communist Bank Robbery

In 1959 it was a robbery at the Romanian National Bank in Bucharest. No one expected a bank robbery behind the Iron Curtain, but it was carried out by a gang of six members of the communist state - against all odds. Nobody exactly knows to this day what really happened or why the robbers did it, but the most peculiar events started after the robbery. Or was it not a robbery at all?

2015-05-04 Read more

"Closer to the Moon" - Romania - Movie about the Great Communist Bank Robbery

2015-05-04 Read more

Top Gear, BBC - Ceaușescu Road, Romania - Greatest driving road in the world

2015-04-19 Read more

Top Gear, BBC, Trailer from driving Transfagarasan Ceaușescu Road, Romania

2015-11-29 Read more

Borobudur temple, Java, Indonesia

Sunrise magic over the top of the Borobudur temple, Java, Indonesia

It was early in the morning and still dark. By using a torch we found the straightest way to the top of the Borobudur temple. There we spent some time to rest and waited patiently for the sunrise.

2015-03-09 Read more

Serengeti, Tanzania - The greatest wildlife show!

The most spectacular experience in the Serengeti National Park is the annual migration when more than 1,500,000 wildebeest follow some 200,000 zebra in a 2,000 km round pilgrimage.

Turku Kaarina, Winter in Finland

Kaarina and Turku, Finland - Enjoying the magic winter atmosphere

The fairytale winter world at different places around Kaarina and Turku. Visit the region of Kaarina and Turku during wintertime and discover the wildlife in natural souroundings.

2015-02-16 Read more

Norway - A time laps of stunning nature

2014-11-09 Read more

Berlin wall

25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The year 2014 is a year of remembrance, marking the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall - a monumental day in history that led to Germany's reunification. This year is filled with events and ceremonies commemorating the fall of the wall. Now a days people flock to the remains of the Wall and Check Point Charlie.

2014-11-04 Read more

Hitler`s bunker site, Berlin

The Second World War`s "cold case" - What happened to Adolf Hitler?

The Battle of Berlin ended the Second World War the 8th May 1945. The most important thing was that it finally become peace, but neither the Russians or the allied could lift the biggest trophy of it all: Der Furer Adolf Hitler - dead or alive! No other persons have ever caused such mass hysteria around the world and so many conspiracy theories than Hitler.

2014-11-04 Read more

Piece of the old railway from Korvua camp, Finland

Forgotten in the wilderness - New light shed to Finnish war history for over 70 years ago - Part 2

The large prisoner of war camp here in village Metsäkylä, Metsakyla, near the town Taivalkoski, was called Korvua Camp and the route for the railway was called the Korvua Route. This was a concentration of camp areas for personnel from where prisoner workers and other men were transported as needed to other camps along the trench railway.

2014-08-19 Read more

Tree with barbed wire war Finland

Forgotten in the wilderness - New light shed to Finnish war history for over 70 years ago - Part 1

In the small store Metsäkylän Kyllkäkup in the village Metsäkylä, Metsakyla, near the town Taivalkoski, in the northern Finland, I got in contact with a local person. We started to talk about the ongoing World Championship in football in Brazil (July 2014), but after a while our conversation switched over to a even more serious subject: Finnish war history. Eagerly he startet to tell me about dramatic events during the Second World War deep in the forest just outside his home. He said: this was the part of the history few Finnish know about or wantet to forget. What happened here in the middle of nowhere?

2014-07-14 Read more


Stonehenge - New discoveries changes the written history

Many discoveries have been done in the recent years. Some of them are that Stonehenge may have served as a giant musical instrument, been a burial site for the Stone Age elite, build on solstice axis, finds of tools marks made for 4500 years ago and 1,000 years old graffiti.

2014-06-24 Read more

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