The Council of Europe’s Historic Cafés Route, which features close to 100 European cafés is now on Placecloud. These cafés, from Denmark to Malta, are now visitable on Placecloud, with viewpoints created with the help of AI.
Beheaded at the Tower of London in 1541, Margaret Pole is one of the most famous martyrs in English History. During her lifetime, she was one of the richest magnates in England and had several properties befitting her wealth and status. This viewpoint discusses her Thames-side residence, the Erber, which stood on Dowgate Street.
Alice’s viewpoints explore the oppressive forces that shaped sexuality, while centring experiences of joy, playfulness, and queerness. Expect break-up ballads, wandering genitals, public sex, and some very strange euphemisms.
Her project about foraging and rights to land was selected for the main exhibition at Oslo Architecture Triennale in 2019 and her writing on subjects around space and social justice has appeared in Open City blog, Eyesore Magazine and BUM Editions Journal.
On 5 August 1872, Christopher Rafferty shot two Chicago police officers in Mrs O’Brien’s Bar. All involved in the crime were of Irish birth or descent. Rafferty had 3 trials – being found guilty of murder each time – and he had become a celebrity of sorts by the time he was executed in 1874.