Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, nr Wrexham in Wales. One of the major engineering triumphs of Thomas Telford's remarkable career, The Pontcyslite Aquaduct carries the Shropshire Union Canal across the River Dee. The aquaduct is 127 feet above the valley floor
Scandinavia and the World comic-- Funny, they look nothing like the Hetalia characters XD
Sydney Travel Tips
As the capital of New South Wales, Sydney is the largest city in Australia and is famous for its superb beaches, its vibrant cultural scene and for its cosmopolitan, international population. This beautiful harbor city has a lot to offer budget and luxury travelers (and everyone in #luxurytravel
Stop on our 2010 Tour - Hay-on-Wye, Wales, has a population of and thirty secondhand bookstores. Since the the town has taken in discarded tomes from across the anglophone world, and is known as “the town of books.
South Wales - The most heavily populated part of Wales, and by far the most anglicized, is the south. This is a region of distinct character, whether in the resurgent seaport cities of Cardiff and Swansea, the mining-scarred …
Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. It is on Australia's south-east coast, on the Tasman Sea. The site of the first British colony in Australia, Sydney was established in
Sydney Tram or Sydney Light Rail track work under construction along George Street Sydney CBD. . Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the largest and most populous city in Australia. It is located on the east coast of Australia. It sprawls about 70km natural sandy beaches Pacific Ocean to the east Hawkesbury to the north Blue Mountains to the west and Macarthur to the south. Residents of Sydney are known as Sydneysiders. At at June 2016 Sydneys estimated population was 5…
You don’t usually hear about insects being endangered since they’re typically found in huge numbers. However, the Rainbow Leaf Beetle (Chrysolina cerealis) is an extremely rare species of bug that is only found in a few small populations.