Slaves’ Hill was home to high-status craftsmen. It was named in 1934 as it was thought to be an Iron Age slave camp in the Arava Valley, Israel, but new evidence uncovered by Tel Aviv University archaeologists overturn this entire narrative.
Flume hike in Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire, USA (by Mike Cialowicz).
Moszna Castle - Moszna, Poland / Dating back to the 17th century the castle is eclectic architecturally. In 1945 the last private residents had to leave and the castle was occupied by the Red Army. Renovated and well kept it now is a medical and mental health facility. It is open to visitors. It has 395 rooms and 99 turrets.
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