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Arc de Triomf in Barcelona, Spain

Spain Barcelona Arc

The Arc de Triomf is a triumphal arch in Barcelona, Spain, located at the northern end of the Promenade, facing the Passeig de Sant Joan.

Palvolgyi Cave in Budapest, Hungary


Hungary Budapest Caves

The Pál-völgyi Stalactite Cave is a multi-level labyrinth with amazing rock formations in Budapest, Hungary.

The cave was formed by thermal waters over 40 millions of years. It was discovered in 1904.

River Danube in Budapest, Hungary

Hungary Budapest River

The River Danube is a river in Central and Eastern Europe. It rises in the Black Forest mountains of western Germany, and flows for some 2,850 km (1,770 mi) to its mouth on the Black Sea.

The River source is at an height of 1,078 m (3,536 ft) above sea level. Its basin is 817,000 km² (315,445 sq mi).

New Jewish Cemetery in Lodz, Poland

Poland Lodz Old cemetery

The Lodz New Jewish Cemetery is the largest Jewish cemetery in Poland and one of the largest in the world.

Designed by the Polish Jewish architect Adolf Zeligson (1867–1919), the cemetery was opened in 1892 as a Jewish burial site.

Metro in Madrid, Spain

Spain, Madrid, Metro

The Metro in Madrid is the metro network for the city of Madrid in Spain. The metro system is operated by the Metro de Madrid.

The Madrid metro started in 1919.