York in England

Newcastle and York in England

Newcastle in England Newcastle (more precisely the name Newcastle-upon-Tyne), is located in England, in the county of Northumberland. Almost a quarter of a million people live in Newcastle. Newcastle is located on the River Tyne, which had a major impact on the city’s founding. The city emerged with the construction of the first bridge (Pons […]

Newcastle Attractions

Newcastle Attractions and Tourist

Attractions in Newcastle Central station in Newcastle The main railway station in Newcastle opened in 1850 and was the first station covered the world, and it formed in many ways school for all upcoming railway stations in Britain. It has a neoclassical facade. Tyne Bridge This bridge connecting Gateshead with Newcastle is both beautiful and […]


England Various Travel Information

Tourist offices Great Britain Tourist Office Responsible for Germany, Austria, Switzerland VisitBritain – British National Tourist Board Dorotheenstr. 54 10117 Berlin Tel: 0049 – (0) 30 – 315 7190 Web: www.visitbritain.org Visit Britain 1 Palace Street London, SW1E 5HE Tel: 0044 – (0) 207 – 578 1000 Web: www.visitbritain.org Northern Ireland Tourism Board St. Anne’s […]


Churches and Institutions in Wales

Churches and sacred institutions St. David’s Cathedral The Welsh national saint, St. David, was buried near the small town of St. David. In his honor, the imposing church was built there, which makes St. Davids the smallest cathedral city in Great Britain. The largest Christian church in all of Wales dates back to the 12th […]

Map of United Kingdom London

United Kingdom 2005

Yearbook 2005 UK. Four Britons who were imprisoned in the US Guantánamo camp in Cuba were released at the end of January. They were arrested on arrival in the UK but released the following day. The men claimed to have been tortured in the camp, something the United States On April 9, Prince Charles marries […]