Sighișoara Saxon Cemetery

Sighisoara is one of the seven fortified Saxon cities of Transylvania, in Romania.
The fortified villages were established in the twelfth century by settlers from the Moselle region. Saxons were brought to Transylvania by Hungarian rulers, who wanted the Germans to establish in areas of mountain passes to defend the kingdom from the Ottomans and Tatars. Lire la suite de « Sighișoara Saxon Cemetery »


A footpath in the Cotswold

Providing a lovely taste of the English countryside, escaping into the peace of the woodlands is the perfect way to alleviate stress with landscapes boasting ancient beeches and oaks, stretches of pretty flowers and an abundance of wildlife.

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Cornus is a genus of about 30–60 speciesof woody plants in the family Cornaceae, commonly known as dogwoods, which can generally be distinguished by their blossoms, berries, and distinctive bark.

They are valued as structural plants (due to their interesting branching patterns), while also furnishing your landscaping with colorful spring flowers and fall foliage.  Lire la suite de « Cornus »