Author: Katerina Bulovska

Katerina Bulovska

Graceland is a 13.8-acre estate, located in Memphis, Tennessee, famous for being the private residence of Elvis Presley. Many visitors assume that Elvis himself ordered its construction, but although he was fond of the property he did not build it. Graceland was part of a Hereford cattle farm in Whitehaven and was owned by the descendants of S.C. […]

Katerina Bulovska

The Savello Park of Rome also known as the Garden of Oranges is located on the Aventine Hill, behind the Basilica of Santa Sabina. [the_ad id=”5″] It is about 7,800 square meters and offers exceptional panoramic views of the dome of St Peter’s Basilica, Trastevere, and the river Tibet. The small garden was opened to the […]

Katerina Bulovska

Cornelius Vanderbilt II’s Fifth Avenue mansion was constructed in 1882 on the 57th Street and was the largest private residence ever built in New York. It also had a private garden and a stable. The mansion had 130 rooms and an impressive corner tower. Fifth Avenue in New York City may be one of the […]

Katerina Bulovska

The hills of the Lazio region, just north of the small town of Bomarzo in central Italy, are home to a surreal garden of giant stone creatures. [the_ad id=”5″] Crooked buildings, and large mysterious ornaments known as the Park of the Monsters. The bizarre park is the most unusual garden of the Italian Renaissance. In 1552, […]

Katerina Bulovska

In many cultures around the world, the bed was considered a significant piece of furniture in the house, that provided rest, relaxation, but most of all, a good nights sleep. [the_ad id=”5″] Of course, the modern bed had to go through centuries and millenniums of changes to get to where it is today. The first known […]

Katerina Bulovska

The Village des Bories is a historical site located at the entrance of Gordes, in the Vaucluse department of France. It consists of 28 dry stone structures, characteristic for the Neolithic and Bronze age. The area was once officially known as  ‘Les Savournins’, while the huts were locally called ‘Les Cabanes’ and Galic huts. The exact origin of the […]