La Torre Shanghai en China es la segunda más alta del mundo a 632 metros
Hoy celebramos una de aquellas efemérides que deberían servir para reflexionar y demandar que no se repitan actos tan monstruosos como los provocados durante el Holocausto. Hace 70 años se liberaron a los últimos prisioneros de Auschwitz, Polonia, uno de los campos de concentración utilizado por los nazis durante la II Guerra Mundial paraSigue leyendo “Auschwitz: 70 años”
To work as a journalist can have its rewards. As part of the research on afternoon tea for an article I was writing for Aire (Aeromexico’s in-flight magazine), I kindly received the invitation of The Goring to enjoy their awarded menu of British classics accompanied by a perfectly brewed cuppa. The story of afternoon is the story of Anna, the peckish 7th Duchess of Bedford who, back in the 19th century, started fillingSigue leyendo “Afternoon tea at The Goring Hotel, a British classic the way it should be”
Hasankeyf used to be the capital of the region during the Artuklu dynasty, between the years 1102–1231. Nowadays faces a fateful destiny.
Mardin is renowned by its privileged location on top of a hill, the beauty of its sand-stone buildings and the ethnic and cultural mix of its inhabitants.
My two and a half days in this city were obviously not enough to reach its heart, but gave me some hints of why this place is becoming Europe’s favourite.