Germany's answer to Stonehenge, Externsteine is a natural rock formation that has been altered by human hands. What was it used for? Does it hold special meaning?
While not ultimately successful in defeating the English, French privateers still inflicted severe damage on British commerce; British privateers and the Royal Navy would return the favor.
King Ludwig II of Bavaria spent a fortune building his famous castles. The stunning Neuschwanstein was the inspiration for Walt Disney's Cinderella's Castle. But, was Ludwig insane?
There is quite the Celtic culture alive today in the northwest corner of Spain, known as Galicia.
From early English history, origins and language, a politically-oriented piece on the people, origins, language and what the kingdom has become that began with a few warbands from over the North Sea
Stonehenge is the world's most famous neolithic stone circle, but there are many more! This article introduces you to five circles and henges in Ireland and Britain you might not have heard of.
Marseille grew from been an Ancient Greek colony and over time became one of the most important French military ports along it's southern coastline. This article highlights facts about the city.
The Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen is a document written during the French Revolution as preamble to a new constitution. It was approved by the National Constituent Assembly on August 26, 1789. The Declaration of the Rights of Man and...
Joanna The Mad was one of the most tragic royal figures in history. Read her sad story here. Discover how she was cruely betrayed by her father, her husband, and her son.
Did the Roman Empire ever reach as far as Ireland? New archeological evidence suggests that the Roman Empire was larger than we thought.