King George V (1865 – 1936, king of England 1910 – 1936) gave Bognor the Title “Regis”
In 1525 during the German Peasants’ War the city opened its gates and the rebels robbed and ruled it for a month until their defeat in Böblingen.
Črni Kal (in translation Black clay) is a beautiful historical Slovenian village. Črni Kal Viaduct is the biggest in Slovenia.
The medieval Arab metropolis of Loulé (Al-’Ulya’) is still recognizable in its old architecture.
Oberägeri, formerly known as Ägeri (Aegeri), is a municipality on lake Aegeri (Ägerisee). An important battle took place here on 1315 at Morgarten.
Founded in 1278, the castle was never conquered. In 1950 have started a reconstruction plan to restore this Styrian fortress to its former glory.
In 1590, the new king of France, Henry IV (Henri-Quatre), a former Protestant turned Catholic, created here a rival Parliament to that in the capital of Burgundy, Dijon, which did not recognize him as king.