Month: April 2019

Reviving The D-Day, a Walk Into Normandy

Reviving The D-Day, a Walk Into Normandy

Any fan of modern history knows that the French region of Normandy has a very long story full of great characters and marked by events that were shaping the European identity. It was here, in the 80 kilometers of sandy beaches where the so-called Battle of Normandy took place, and […]

Lascaux, a Trip to Prehistoric Art

Lascaux, a Trip to Prehistoric Art

The Cave of Lascaux is an archaeological site of immense value that has magnificent prehistoric paintings -dated from 17,000 BC- including almost 1500 engravings and 600 paintings, it contains numerous symbols and drawings that haven’t been deciphered yet. Such is the quality of this work of art that at first […]