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A relic from ancient history

Today I went for a bike ride to the city (instead of driving the car, how sportive haha!). The ride leads through a nice piece of forest where you can spot a couple of relics from ancient history: … 525 more words


Day 8 : It ends where it begins

Lamentably, all good things must come to an end. Over the course of our travels in South Korea , we have traveled from the bustling metropolis of Seoul to the cultural relics in Suwon and the rural countryside in Yongmun, as well as participated in the much-anticipated annual Hwacheon Mountain Trout Festival. 1.812 more words



From dolmen and hilltop in sunlight and rain
We travel the path as it opens again.
From mountain to ocean through woodland and glade
The way and the telling are already made. 88 more words


Megalithic Tour of Anglesey 1: Ty Newydd

I recently explored some of Anglesey’s megalithic tombs with Frances Lynch’s wonderful 1995 Cadw guide to Gwynedd in hand (which I incidentally see now goes for £177 on Amazon.co.uk; surely time for a reprint Cadw!!!!).  520 more words


New on 500px : Poulnabrone Dolmen by stephenemerson

This dramatic site of the Poulnabrone Dolmen sits on the karstic limestone pavement of the Burren and is one of the most famous of Irish dolmens. 16 more words

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Ganghwa Island (강화도), in Incheon Metropolitan (인천광역시)

Ganghwa Island/Country is the fifth largest island in Korea, or rather set of islands, because it’s made up of 11 inhabited islands and 17 uninhabited islands that collectively make up Ganghwa Island 강화도.  943 more words