The Famine Memorial. Dublin by Jaime GP on DESCRIPTION The emigrant sculptures are in memory of the native Irish who were forced into emigration during the Great Famine years. Between 1845 and 1852 over a million left Ireland to escape starvation.
Arc de Triomphe-Paris Oscar told me that when i get there, to not make the same mistake he did by trying to cross the streets. Way too much traffic. Plus there is a tunnel that goes under the traffic ;
We stood outside and ate gelato! The Pantheon, one of the best-preserved Roman buildings. It has been in continuous use throughout its history, and since the century has been used as a Roman Catholic church
#blueskies in #London today. Monument reminds me of childhood trips to the City being told tales of the Great Fire... #tourism #travel #england