Tourists and government officials are rushing out of Valletta shortly after 5:00 pm. In contrast to other Mediterranean cities museums en offices close in Valletta at 5:00 pm. Probably one of the remains of the colonization of the British Empire - Valletta, Malta
People taking the bus at St. Julians. Public transportation in Malta is functioning suboptimal and most people commute by car. As a consequence traffic during peak hours on the small island is an absolute disaster — St. Julians, Malta
The Marsaxlokk fish market is a very popular attraction featuring in many guide books. Although the Marsaxlokk Sunday Market was originally a fish market, it has developed, and now it also sells locally produced honey, fruit jams, wine as well as vegetables, souvenirs and clothes - Marsaxlokk Harbour, Malta
More than 4.000 French soldiers are buried in Saint-Charles de Potyze Cemetery. A further 600 unknown soldiers were interred in a mass grave. The cemetery was created during the First World War and redeveloped in the twenties when French soldiers were exhumed from different places and brought here as a final resting place - Ypres, Belgium.
Over 44.000 German soldiers are buried at the "Deutscher Soldatenfriedhof". Almost 25,000 of these soldiers are buried in a mass grave. They all were killed in battle in October and November 1914 during repeated attacks in the First Battle of Ypres. — Langemark, Belgium.
Tyne Cot Memorial to the Missing is a burial ground for the dead of the First World War in the Ypres Salient on the Western Front. The cemetery grounds were assigned to the United Kingdom in perpetuity by King Albert I of Belgium in recognition of the sacrifices made by the British Empire in the defence and liberation of Belgium during the war. It is the largest cemetery for Commonwealth forces in the world, for any war. The cemetery and its surrounding memorial are located outside of Passendale - Ypres in Belgium.
One of the many things that sets Frankfurt apart from other European cities is that it is one of the few European cities in mainland Europe with a large cluster of high rise building in its downtown area. A fairy tail view of the capital of the Euro...
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