Author: Marija Georgievska

Marija Georgievska

The Flintstones House. There is a marvellous piece of architecture located in the north of Portugal, in the Parish of Várzea Cova, municipality of Fafe, that goes by the name of Casa do Penedo. It’s name translates as House of the Rock in English. This unusual house stands atop a hill and it blends perfectly […]

Marija Georgievska

Shakespeare’s Birthplace is renowned to be a remarkable Tudor half-timbered mansion located in a traditional market town in Warwickshire, England. Situated on Henley Street, this was the place where the most famous playwright of the English language, William Shakespeare, spent his childhood and also lived for five years as an adult after his marriage to […]

Marija Georgievska

There is an unusual outdoor museum in the middle of Bucharest known as the Village Museum, which features exhibits about traditional Romanian village life between the 17th and 19th centuries. The complex was created by sociologist Dimitrie Gusti who placed it near the lake in Herăstrău Park. There are many houses from different historical regions […]

Marija Georgievska

The leading interior designers in America from the mid-19th century were the Herter Brothers. The two brothers from Germany settled in New York after the Civil War and started to make amazing pieces of furniture that immediately impressed the upper classes. For almost twenty years, Christian and Gustave Herter decorated entire houses and rooms for […]

Marija Georgievska

Lope de Vega was one of the most important writers in the Spanish Golden Age of literature. The prolific writer and dramatist even wrote a manual in which he describes his techniques of writing a play. The Spanish Golden Age in literature is best remembered for one of the greatest novels ever written: Don Quixote […]

Marija Georgievska

Rose Hall, surrounded by stunning gardens and overlooking the Caribbean Sea, is one of the finest mansions in Montego Bay in Jamaica. The construction of the house was finished in 1790 and 2,000 slaves worked on the plantation. Because of its association with the most vicious female plantation owner who was known as the White Witch, […]

Marija Georgievska

It is said that the Claude Monet House in Northern France was the magical place where he drew some of the most famous of his paintings that we all know today. Water lilies, colorful ponds, cliffs, and sunrises. We can admire all of this in the remarkable work of the one and only Claude Monet. […]

Marija Georgievska

There is a unique little stone cottage in Leicestershire in the United Kingdom that looks as if it were raised from the pages of Grimm’s Fairy Tales. It is located in the center of Charnwood Forest, surrounded by huge trees and wildlife. Designed by Ernest Gimson, Stoneywell is a beautiful example of architecture from the […]