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Ο μεσαιωνικός Πύργος Σαιντ Ομέρ στη Θήβα….

Ο μεσαιωνικός Πύργος Σαιντ Ομέρ στη Θήβα….

Celtic musicians. Music is thought to have played a powerful role in early Scotland.  This 10th century carving from Lethendy Tower in Perthshire shows Pictish harp, Irish pipes and drum.

Celtic musicians with Cat ~ Music is thought to have played a powerful role in early Scotland. This century carving from Lethendy Tower in Perthshire shows Pictish harp, Irish pipes and drum.

An interior illustration of a late Medieval Irish tower house castle

The Tower of David might have had similarly designed interior as this late medieval Irish castle.

This is a broch, a fortified home built during the Iron Age, some 2,100 years ago. Brochs, unique to Scotland, are dry-stone, twin-walled, round towers up to 30m across and 15m high. Part of a reproduction broch was built at Strathyre, Scotland by the West of Scotland Dry Walling Association using only tools used around 2000 years ago: A team of 20 spent five days constructing a 5m high section of the Dun Lubnaig Broch. Click through for details.

Dun Carloway is a broch on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis, Scotland and was probably built in the century AD.

Object 9: 'Queen Anne' Dolls excavated from site LHC93 (Regent Street, Limehouse)

'Queen Anne' Dolls excavated from site (Regent Street, Limehouse)

Due to its geographical position, the area of today's Podgora has been inhabited since prehistoric times, through the ancient and medieval times, as evidenced by archaeological findings such as Roman pottery, coins, amphorae, coats of arms, monuments, towers and buildings. https://medorahotels.com/en/history-of-podgora/

Due to its geographical position, the area of today's Podgora has been inhabited since prehistoric times, through the ancient and medieval times, as evidenced by archaeological findings such as Roman pottery, coins, amphorae, coats of arms, monuments, towers and buildings. https://medorahotels.com/en/history-of-podgora/

William Wallace's Sword  The most famous sword in Scottish History.  It measures 66" in length.

William Wallace (Braveheart) sword measures 4 feet 4 inches in length cm) and including the tip 5 feet 6 inches. Breadth of the blade varies from inches at the guard to inche at the tip. The sword weighs about 6 lbs kg).

Medieval lantern, found in Smithfield, London (copper alloy)

Medieval lantern, found in Smithfield, London (copper alloy) is a beautiful piece of preserved architectural history from the UK

The Newport Tower is a round stone tower located in Newport, Rhode Island. No one knows who built the 28-foot tower and no one knows why. But nearly everyone knows the legends: Its eight pillars and fieldstone cylinder are the work of far-roaming Vikings, or Chinese explorers, or Portuguese noblemen, or Knights Templar from medieval Scotland.

The Newport Tower is a round stone tower located in Newport, Rhode Island. No one knows who built the tower and no one knows why. But nearly everyone knows the legends.

In this graffiti in the Salt Tower, the “E” within the heart stands for Elizabeth Tudor. The grafitti was carved by Giovanni Battista Castiglione, Italian tutor to Elizabeth from 1544 onward, and was imprisoned in the Tower by Queen Mary I in 1556. He survived, and upon Elizabeth's accession to the throne in 1558, Castiglione was made a Groom of the Privy Chamber, a position he held until right before his death.

Graffiti in the Salt Tower: the “E” within the heart stands for Elizabeth Tudor. The grafitti was carved by Giovanni Battista Castiglione, Italian tutor to Elizabeth from 1544 onward

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