Egypt is a dreamy destination full of history, culture and mystery. Head on over to our Instagram to see our highlighted stories and feed posts from all parts of Egypt! Keep scrolling to see some of our favorites on here. Already follow us on Instagram? We appreciate you – you can see similar posts and MORE on our facebook, check us out!
Featured on our Instagram, this is a must see in Hamburg, Germany. It’s Miniatur Wunderland – holding the title for the World’s Largest Model Railway! This is most definitely a great trip idea for 2020.
Skybok’s very own, Tami Scripps, visited Egypt and returned with footage to share with YOU! If you wish to travel to Egypt, are intrigued by beautiful views, or just love learning new historical facts- head on over to our instagram or facebook to see our travel series posts. We even have a board on Pinterest! Where do you want to see next?
We all love Santa Claus for his kind gift giving, right? Learn about the history of him and the Christmas tradition of Santa by watching the video below! Then, head on over to our Instagram and let us know what cool facts you learned on our most recent post, here!
Wondering what to get a special little dude in your life for Christmas? Look no further! Check out the video below to see what Skybok ranked as the top three gifts to purchase for boys in 2019! Follow our instagram, here, to see our upcoming Toys for Girls video.
Boulder is a city at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, in northern Colorado. To the west, the trail-lined Flatirons are craggy rock formations overlooking the city. Downtown’s pedestrian Pearl Street Mall includes art galleries, cafes, restaurants and boutiques. The University of Colorado Boulder campus is home to the Fiske Planetarium and the Museum of Natural History, with zoology and anthropology exhibits.
Skybok recently shot “The Swan House” in Atlanta, Georgia – Wow! What a remarkable testiment to history. The Atlanta Historical Society aquired the house in 1966 and has made the experience for visitors exceptionally interactive, with actors portraying the characters who once lived in this iconic home.
Fun Facts About Swan House
- The house is an example of a classic 1928 mansion
- It was built at the end of the jazz age
- It was built by a noted architect, Philip T. Shutze, who designed Swan House and its gardens, as well as many other important buildings in the city of Atlanta
- It lies in Atlanta’s “Buckhead” neighbourhood
- It is part of the Atlanta History Centre
- It was a filming location for “The Hunger Games”
- Its original owners Edward and Emily Inman. The Inmans had accumulated wealth from cotton brokerage and investments on transportation, banking and real estate
- The house combines Renaissance revival styles with a Classical approach on the main facade
- Edward Inman died in 1931, but Emily collected her family into the house and lived there until 1965. The house and grounds were acquired by the Atlanta Historical Society in 1966. See the Atlanta History Center’s website at: http://www.atlantahistorycenter.com/
- Many of the furnishings are the Inmans’ original furnishings