Tag: Middle Ages

Northern Lights – The Frozen North (Viking Sand Art And Music)

This brief article is concerned with the promotion of a truly beautiful project depicting sand art in combination with authentic folk music reminiscent to the Viking Age. Northern Lights – The Frozen North is an artistic audio-video production recalling ‘the story of the Sons of Arngrim who set sail for the Shetlands in a freezing…


The History Of Vaduz Castle In Liechtenstein, Central Europe

Vaduz Castle is the residence of the Prince of Liechtenstein, a micro-state situated in Central Europe, between Austria and Switzerland. This historical landmark is located on a hilltop at an altitude of 120 metres, overlooking the capital of Liechtenstein from its position. Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein, Central Europe (between Austria and Switzerland). Image source: www.commons.wikimedia.org…


A Brief History Of Bukovina, Romania During The Middle Ages

Bukovina is a historical region situated at the crossroads of Central and Eastern Europe, nowadays divided between present-day Suceava County in northeastern Romania and Chernivtsi Oblast in western Ukraine. Prislop Pass and the high valley of the Bistrița (German: Bistritz) river, connecting Bukovina with Maramureș (German: Maramuresch) in northern Transylvania. Image source: www.commons.wikimedia.org Throughout the…


One Genre To Rule Them All – Classic Rock And J.R.R. Tolkien

It is no secret that rock musicians have many times drawn significant influences stemming from fantasy, mythology, and history. Therefore, there is no wonder that many of the highly acclaimed and popular classic rock British bands of the late 1960s and early 1970s had been tremendously inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, in particular…


Led Zeppelin’s Welsh, English, And Norse Influences

In the passing of time, it should come as no surprise to most life-long devoted Led Zeppelin fans that this English rock band integrated a considerable number of fine literary elements stemming from the traditions, mythologies, and folklores of Wales, England, and even the Norse lands, into their own music. So it is that the combination…