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 Posted: Fri Apr 20th, 2007 11:42 pm
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Javal I agree with you on London and Rome.  Two of my favorite historical cities to visit.  So much history so little time.  My first love was medieval and Renaissance history so time I spent in London and Rome was packed with historical sites and art . 

I was in Rome before the crazy took a hammer to the Pieta so it was not behind glass.  We walked right up to it and all around it .  One of the most beautiful pieces of art in the world. 

Denmark is full of history too.  All the way back to the Viking ships in Roskilde to the castles all around Copenhagen.  When my friends parents took me out to see a 14th century  ruins  Mor says to us. Well I guess we are going to visit the relatives.  My Danish friend's family had lived in the little town for 500 years or more. 

Been over 30 years since I have been to Europe though .  Now my goal is to see as much of the USA as I can.  Western history and Civil War with the Revolutionary history bumping in between the  Cvil War sites .

Susan

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