What famous historical sites have you been to?

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Inkarri

Post a historical place that you have been to recently or in the past. (a single lone place on its own, cities or large swaths of area do not count) You can add your own personal photos of the site in question if you have them and add a description of your experience there as well

Rules:
1. The site has to be famous or notable enough to have its own wiki article.
2. One site per post.
3. The same site can not be posted more than once.

I will start...

I have been to (in 2003):

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Ash

I grew up near here:

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glendalough
Theo
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The house of Romanian Royal Family, since the King Carol I.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peleș_Castle
Theo
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Castle Bran. Vlad Tepes stayed in it from time to time.

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Brighton Beach, NY. The cloaca which all -American Russians (aka :jew: ) dwell in.

Brighton Beach was dubbed "Little Odessa" by the local populace due to many of its residents having come from Odessa , a city of Ukraine . [10] In 2006, Alec Brook-Krasny was elected for the 46th District of the New York State Assembly , the first elected Soviet -born Jewish politician from Brighton Beach.
The proximity of Brighton Beach to the city's beaches (Brighton Beach Avenue runs parallel to the Coney Island beach and boardwalk) and the fact the neighborhood is directly served by a subway station makes it a popular summer weekend destination for New York City residents.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brighton_Beach
Ferdinand

This is in a town near to where I grew up:

Berkhamsted Castle

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berkhamsted_Castle
Theo