4 historical places a results of a big love stories
Love has always been through the inspiring ages of timeless human works that have remained witness to the stories of love and love. Love has inspired many lovers to innovate in the fields of poetry, poetry and prose, as well as many works of art and sculptures that embody love stories.
Architecture had its share of love stories that were reflected in legendary architectural artifacts that remained immortal and recorded these stories.
4. Taj Mahal
It is the third wife of the Indian Emperor Shah Jahan who died in 1631. Shah Jahan decides to build a mythical tomb on the right bank of the Yamuna River in the middle of a large garden.
UNESCO has included this architectural masterpiece within the World Heritage List and is one of the most important tourist attractions in India.
3. Monument of Ashton
Known as the “Taj Mahal North” is located in the English city of Lancaster.
It was built by English industrialist Lord Ashton to commemorate his late wife Jesse, who died in 1940.
2. Betty Triano
Louis XV gift to his mistress Madame de Pompadour to show his love for her.
The palace was built in the gardens of the famous Versailles Palace, and the palace was completed in 1762, four years after the death of Madame de Bompadour, who did not see the palace.
1. Bolt Castle