Alright kids, let me show you some of my favorite rooms from Peleș Castle. Being near Sinaia, I visit it every chance I get and each time I am astounded by the beautiful and intricate architecture and design.
The Peleș Castle is situated in the Carpathian Mountains, very near Sinaia, Romania. The foundation was laid on 22 August 1873, during the rule of Carol I of Romania. Peleș Castle had its official Royal Ball of Inauguration on 7 October 1883.
The Honor Hall
The Imperial Suite
The Moorish Room
If you are ever in Romania, don’t miss visiting this beautiful piece of history.
29/1/2018: King Abdullah II inaugurated the Royal Tank Museum, which showcases over 110 Jordanian and international tanks and armoured vehicles, some of which were used in major battles fought by the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army.
The museum, the first of its kind in the region, is located in the King Abdullah II Park in Mugabalein, south Amman, and it features decommissioned JAF military vehicles, in addition to vehicles presented to Jordan by Arab and friendly countries as gifts or within military exchange programmes.
King Abdullah, accompanied by Prince Feisal bin Al Hussein, was shown the main exhibits at the museum, whose construction took 10 years. Exhibits chart the history of tanks and armoured vehicles since 1915. His Majesty also toured the museum, whose halls are dedicated to key milestones in the history of Jordan, the region, and the world. (Source: Petra)