Belgium - Waterloo - Napoleon's Last Battle
Waterloo is the place in Belgium, where Napoleon lost the battle against the allied troops commanded by the Duke of Wellington and the Prussian Marshal Blucher in June 1815.
Waterloo attractions are one of the most popular reasons travelers and tourists come to Brussels. Located just south of Brussels, Waterloo highlights include The Wellington Museum, St. Joseph’s Church and multiple battlefield attractions.
The Battle of Waterloo puts an end to the tyrant rule of Napoleon as the emperor of France. It had also marked the end of the hundred days of Napoleon from exile return.
The battle was regarded as an influential battle of all time marking the Bonaparte’s last and Waterloo Campaign.
France - Vimy Memorial Park
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial is situated about eight kilometers northeast of Arras, France and overlooks the Douai Plain from the highest point of Vimy Ridge. The Memorial is dedicated to the memory of Canadian Expeditionary Force members killed during the First World War.
Germany - Eagle's Nest
The Kehlsteinhaus or so-called Eagle’s Nest was built as a 50th birthday present for Adolf Hitler from the political party and was considered to serve as a teahouse for diplomats.
The building was commissioned by Martin Borman and is situated in the mountains above Berchtesgaden on a ridge at the top of the Kehlstein mountain (1,834 m). The best architects, engineers and workers from across the country were involved into the project. The construction works proceeded over a 13 months period.
The main challenge was the road - blasted out of rocks and with unique construction design.
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