Thursday, September 15, 2011

Pena Castle, one of the most colorful in the world

Portuguese National Palace of Pena could be described as one of the most colorful worlds of the fortresses, with walls and domes painted in cheery, yellow and red.Palace in the Bavarian style, dates from the 1840th year, when prince Ferdinand and Goths, hired an architect to design the Prussian royal residence on a prominent hill. From the park at the foot of the palace on a hilltop that visitors can walk or be transported in carriages.Pena's castle was built on a cliff at the top of the hill. These pictures are worth a thousand words and this just breathtaking!
From the dense green forest, beneath a blue sky and white clouds painted in yellow, purple and red, adorned with various sculptures, azulenes tiles and decorations from the era, Gothic, Baroque and Romantic, this castle emerges. Pena castle (Castelo da Pena), or Pena Palace (Palácio da Pena) is one of the seven wonders of Portugal. It is the oldest palace of European Romanticism. It is on UNESCO's world cultural heritage.

VIDEO: Hotel steeper than the Leaning Tower of Pisa

Powerful designers and architects every day work to the more shocking the world with their ideas, a newly opened hotel Bella Sky falls into this category. It has a floor reserved for  women, and it can even "dance"!
Only opened hotel Bella Sky, the largest in Scandinavia and has two twin skyscrapers tilted by 15 degrees, which are 11 degrees more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It is located in Örestad, the new neighborhood of Copenhagen and has 814 designer rooms and 30 conference room