Alcazar de Segovia Segovia, Spain The Alcázar, or castle-palace perched at the tip of the promontory towers over the countryside below. Like many fortifications in Spain, it started off as an Arab fort. During the Middle Ages, the Alcazar of Segovia the favorite residence of kings of Castile, and almost each king added new parts to the building,
Traverse the streets of St. Petersburg to the vibrantly colorful domed Church of Savior on Spilled Blood, where Emperor Alexander II was assassinated. This famous Russian landmark is situated along the Griboedov Canal, with paved roads on either side.