Tag: Monument

  • 10 The Freedom Monument Facts
  • Abbey of Saint-Remi Basilica

    Abbey of Saint-Remi Basilica

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    The Abbey of Saint-Remi was founded in the sixth century and consecrated by Pope Leo IX in 1049, its the oldest church in Remi and one of the finest in Northern France, built in Romanesque style. The archbishops of Reims and several princes, Carloman, brother of Charlemagne, Henri and kings Louis IV of France and…

  • Porte du Peyrou Monument

    Porte du Peyrou Monument

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    Porte du Peyrou is a monument dedicated to King Louis XIV of France, known as the ‘Sun King’, built in 1693 and designed by François d’Orbay, situated at the eastern end of the Jardins du Peyrou, on the foundations of the old city walls

  • Law, Dundee

    Law, Dundee

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    The Law is located on a Mountain Peak in Dundee, Scotland. It’s predominant feature is an extinct volcano, which gives it its name. It’s also said that the Dundee Law was given it’s name by the Anglo-Saxon ‘hlāw’, which means a grave-mound or from the Gaelic phrase for a mound. The is a secret tunnel which…