Historical Nonfiction

fun facts, quotes, and pictures from history
Luxembourg is not like Monaco or Hong Kong, a “country” that is made up of only a city. It has farms and castles and multiple municipalities. Luxembourg City, mostly just called Luxembourg, is of course the capital and largest city. (It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for those who care about that sort of thing.)

Luxembourg is not like Monaco or Hong Kong, a “country” that is made up of only a city. It has farms and castles and multiple municipalities. Luxembourg City, mostly just called Luxembourg, is of course the capital and largest city. (It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for those who care about that sort of thing.)

  1. youknowsheknows reblogged this from superwhopotteravengerslocked
  2. bribbet reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  3. superwhopotteravengerslocked reblogged this from itbeginswithan-m
  4. hannah-in-wonderland reblogged this from incendioandlumos
  5. incendioandlumos reblogged this from itbeginswithan-m
  6. itbeginswithan-m reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  7. xseekingserendipityx reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  8. greentanager reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  9. theaspiebandit reblogged this from tamorapierce
  10. silenticyriver reblogged this from barefootsockmonkeys
  11. greatashpectations reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  12. rideronapalehorse reblogged this from tamorapierce
  13. thephysicsofstandingstill reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  14. suougibmaylraelc reblogged this from tamorapierce and added:
    Hong Kong is NOT a state. It is part of China with some special parameters.Monaco, Vatican City, and Singapore are...
  15. floranna2 reblogged this from tamorapierce
  16. draadnagel reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  17. traipsingaroundthedaisies reblogged this from tamorapierce
  18. long-legged-guitar-pickin-man reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  19. missemilyspinach reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  20. bananacrunch reblogged this from historical-nonfiction
  21. bubblegumzee reblogged this from tamorapierce and added:
    My father-in-law was born there. I feel like I should learn more about its history.
  22. akinswolf reblogged this from seagirl714
  23. musicaljinx reblogged this from tamorapierce and added:
    One of my favorite places I’ve ever been. The tiny town of Vianden on the German border holds a music festival that I...