The Water Features

Water fountains were initially practical in purpose, used to convey water from canals or springs to cities and hamlets, supplying the inhabitants with fresh water to drink, bathe, and prepare food with. The force of gravity was the power source of water fountains up until the close of the 19th century, using the potent power of water traveling down

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Agrippa’s Magnificent Water-lifting Appliance

In 1588, Agrippa’s water-lifting creation captivated the attention and approval of Andrea Bacci but that turned out to be one of the final references of the mechanism. It might have come to be dated once the Villa Medici was enabled to obtain water from the Acqua Felice, the early modern aqueduct, in 1592. In reality it was perhaps merely ab

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Cruise the Mediterranean

It is widely thought that modern civilization was begun along the shores of Southern Europe – from the start of science and democracy to viticulture and art. You can discover the history of the “Old World” along its shores. It will be difficult going home again once you have laid on the beaches of Italy and Spain, gone to the his

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Journey in Luxury on a 5-Star Cruise

To go forth on a memorable passage through the vast seas aboard a grand 5-star cruiser is to release the responsibilities from your life. There are certainly speedier ways to travel, but none quite as plush. This form of voyage allows you to travel in luxury and ease while viewing some of the world’s most treasured scenery. Dating back to th

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Vacationing along Europe’s Storied Rivers

Discover the finest of Europe’s historical waterways by boat. Traveling by ship is a memorable way to experience the beauty of rivers such as the Elbe, Rhine, Loire, Danube, Duoro, Volga, and Dnieper. In addition to exciting local excursions, these smaller boats offer world-class dining and entertainment, deluxe rooms with state-of the-art t

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