Germany’s Medieval Miracle

The city of Regensburg rests at the scenic point where the river Regen runs into the Danube. Germany’s only surviving medieval city remarkably intact over time holds 2000 years of historical legacy. Settled around fifth century BC by the Celtics as Radasbona, established by the Romans in 179 AD as Castra Regina, and designated as [...]

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Driehaus Museum: A Chicago Historic Landmark

…a private home which, better than any other possible selection, may stand as a representative of the new impulse now felt in national life… Edward Strahan, Mr.Vanderbilt’s House and Collection, 1883 The Samuel M. Nickerson House survives as one of the few remaining examples of the palatial homes erected by the wealthy of America’s Gilded [...]

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