Valletta of Knights of Malta

Strolling around Valletta, you can easily find all the most important monuments of great historical importance. The most important church of Malta, Co-Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist was completed […]

Valletta – hidden behind the huge walls

Thanks to the growing fame of the Order after the victorious defense during the Turkish invasion, the Great Siege of Malta in 1565, Grand Master Jean Parisot de la Valette […]

Valletta and Great Siege of Malta

Valletta, located between the two bays, Grand Harbour and Marsamxett Harbour, on the Sciberras Peninsula, is the capital of Malta. It is sometimes called an open-air museum, due to the […]

Biecz

Biecz is currently a small town located in the southern part of Poland in the Carpathian Foothills, within Lesser Poland as a historical land. The modern name of the town […]

Mdina

Mdina is a fortified city located almost in the middle of Malta. Today, often called the Silent City, until the arrival of the Knights Hospitallers it was the bustling capital […]

Chania

Chania, located between the emerald waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the White Mountains (Lefka Ori), is one of the most beautiful and captivating cities of Crete. Once there was […]

Heraklion

The found traces of Neolithic settlements in the area of Heraklion are dated to the 7th millennium BC. Due to the closeness of the palace of Knossos, which in Minoan times […]

Nowy Wiśnicz

The Wiśnicz Castle, standing on a wooded hill above the Leksandrówka River, was erected by Jan Kmita in the second half of the 14th century as a defensive residence. It […]

Carcassonne

The first historical traces in the Carcassonne region date from the 8th century BC. At that time it was a Celtic village (oppidum) surrounded by a shaft and located about […]