Reichsburg castle in Cochem, Germany as it stands today was built about 150 years ago. Even though it is “newer” than many of the others on this list, the original construction was more than 1,000 years ago. Read more on Avenly Lane Travel!
villages, vineyards a plenty and endless rolling green hills to drive through on a blissful summer road trip. But there’s one corner of this scenic country that no one has been allowed to enter for nearly a century, known as the “Zone Rouge” (the red zone).
Hohenzollern Castle (Germany) This castle is situated on the top of Mount Hohenzollern, at more than 2,800 feet above sea level. In its heyday, the throne in this fortress was considered the seat of German Emperors.
Building the Eiffel Tower, despite vocal artistic backlash