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„See the world. It's more fantastic than any dream made or paid for in factories”- Ray Bradbury.

For some people travels are crossing borders, both on the map and personal; for others it's a desire to discover distant places, meet new people and get to know other cultures. For the more demanding, it is a hike in difficult conditions to meet the intended goal, to know its capabilities; and for others it is an opportunity to spend unforgettable moments with a loved one. Regardless of the reason of travelling, we diversify our lives every time, building our experiences, and enriching ourselves on many other levels. Travel is a collection of memorable moments and unique experiences that are worth immortalizing in the form of jewelry. With this in mind, a new GIORRE Travel collection was created, in the form of silver bracelets based on tags engraved with geographical coordinates of places that symbolize certain values.

The Travel Collection makes the perfect gift for traveling enthusiasts, but it is also a great idea to capture exceptional moments spent in a unique place, such as:

  • - birth,
  • - falling in love,
  • - engagement,
  • - wedding,
  • - holidays with someone close, family or friends,
  • - birthday,
  • - any anniversary,
  • - the place worth to remember,
  • - the place of your dreams,
  • - souvenirs from all the places you visited,
  • - the place you live.

The collection offers several ready-made examples, but we also encourage you to personalize your jewelry by engraving your own location, as well as adding something from yourself, e.g. a date, name or quote.

Order the „WAWEL” bracelet symbolizing seat of power

One of the most impressive monuments of Renaissance architecture in Europe. It is a symbol of Poland's power, bringing with it great historical and national value.

Wawel Royal Castle 50.0540 ° N, 19.9354 ° E - Kraków, Poland.

Wawel is a castle of former kings and a burial-place for Poles meritorious for their homeland, located on the picturesque hill on the banks of the Vistula. Wawel hides many secrets, is full of legends, stories and myths and consists of many buildings and fortifications, with the largest Royal Castle and the Wawel Cathedral, where coronations for the Kings of Poland had a places. There are also: Crypt, Dragon's Den, Crown Treasury & Armoury, Sandomierz Tower, as well as the famous Sigismund's Bell.

Interesting facts about Wawel:

  • - It has been inscribed on the UNESCO list since 1978.
  • - In addition to 19 kings, from Władysław I Łokietek to August II Mocny, there are also tombs of Adam Mickiewicz, Juliusz Słowacki, Tadeusz Kościuszko and Józef Piłsudski.
  • - Sigismund's Bell rings only on special occasions, mostly religious and national holidays, it requires 12 bell-ringers to toll it, and being one of them is a great honor and privilege. An interesting fact is that there is one woman among them.

Wawel has always been a place of great significance to the Polish people, but it has also become one of the main destinations in Europe. Every day it is visited by thousands of tourists from around the world, who charmed by the beauty and wealth of this city, often come back to it. If you also appreciate this historic place or know a person for whom Wawel has a unique meaning, offer him or her a silver bracelet with the geographic coordinates of this place. It will be an unusual and timeless gift, which thanks to its simplicity is comfortable and ideal for everyday wear.

Order the bracelet „GDAŃSK SHIPYARD” symbolizing freedom and solidarity

The beginning of the Polish way to freedom took place in the Gdańsk Shipyard, which became a symbol of not only freedom but also solidarity.

Gdańsk Shipyard 54.3706 ° N, 18.6548 ° E - Gdańsk, Poland.

Apart from the production of the first submarines in the world, Gdańsk Shipyard is considered the birthplace of „Solidarity” and the new Poland. Its origins date back to 1804, but the glory period falls in the 1960s, when it was one of the largest such workplace in the world. Despite this, it gained the greatest fame by a wave of strikes that took place in August 1980, led by shipyard electrician Lech Wałęsa, which brought to creation of NSZZ „Solidarność” - the first trade union organization in communist countries, independent of the authorities. Strikes ended with the signing of an agreement, thanks to which Poland is free today and the move was one of the first successful steps in a campaign of civil resistance, that contributed to the collapse of Communism across eastern Europe. The shipyard collapsed in 1996, but today the main gate is open for visitors, and many business and cultural meetings are held here.

Interesting facts about the Gdańsk Shipyard:

  • - Since the post-war years, the Gdańsk Shipyard has employed about 140,000 people.
  • - Up to the 1990s, about 1,000 ships were built in the shipyard.
  • - On the former grounds of the Gdańsk Shipyard, few concerts were held in memory of the August agreements of 1980, starring: Jean-Michel Jarre, David Gilmour, Rod Stewart, Kylie Minoque and The Scorpions.

Gdańsk Shipyard is an important place in both, industrial and historical terms. The strike was reported not only by Polish but also foreign journalists, thanks to which the world learned about the struggle of Polish workers. The shipyard has gained the name of the European Solidarity Center and is a great reason to be proud, which is why it is worth maintaining its memory with engraved silver bracelets with geographic coordinates of this legendary place.

Order the „EIFFEL TOWER” bracelet symbolizing passionate love

Romantic weekend in Paris? A passionate kiss under the Eiffel Tower? Or maybe a proposal at „Le Jules Verne” restaurant?

Eiffel Tower 48.8584 ° N, 2.2945 ° E - Paris, France.

Visiting the city of love stimulates senses, builds up feelings, ignites passion. The symbol of Paris is the Eiffel Tower, which attracts not only lovers planning engagement or immortalizing their love in photographs. The „Iron Lady” also attracts enthusiasts of other experiences. Every visitor is able to feel the magic of this masterpiece of engineering art, which was constructed from 1887 to 1889 to commemorate the centenary of the French Revolution and at that time was a symbol of economic and scientific and technical power.

Interesting facts about the Eiffel Tower:

  • - It's 324 m tall, but varies by 18 cm depending on the temperature, sways by up to 9 cm in the wind and 1665 stairs leads to the top of the tower.
  • - Distribution of photos of the highlighted Eiffel Tower is prohibited because the night illuminations are protected by copyright.
  • - On the restaurant „Le Jules Verne” engagements take place average twice a day.

The Eiffel Tower has also become an inspiration for many artists, musicians, writers, film directors, as well as fashion designers. The tower is visible from every point in the city, and standing at its top, you have the whole Paris at your feet. If you are in love, we recommend visiting the Eiffel Tower at night, because a romantic kiss in this place takes on a completely different dimension and remains in your memory forever. Commemorate your engagement or passionate kiss by presenting yourself and your beloved a personalized silver bracelet engraved with the geographical coordinates of the Eiffel Tower. It will be perfect gift idea for her.

Order the bracelet „MOULIN ROUGE” symbolizing the love of dance and entertainment

Dreamlike dancers in outfits decorated with crystals and other trinkets will arouse admiration and make you forget what a taboo is.

Moulin Rouge 48.8841 ° N, 2.3323 ° E - Paris, France.

Moulin Rouge or „Red Mill” is the most famous cabaret in the world, which since 1889 amuses guests eager for entertainment. The attraction is located in the Montmartre red light district in Paris, and its hallmark is the characteristic red windmill on the roof of the building. The Can-can dance was born there, which initially caused waves of criticism for its seductive character, but some time later it became a popular show attracting millions of tourists.

Interesting facts about Moulin Rouge:

  • - Among the well-known people who visited the Moulin Rouge were Frank Sinatra, Edith Piaf and Elton John.
  • - Artists such as Pablo Picasso, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Maurice Neumont lived in that area.
  • - The place became the inspiration for musical „Moulin Rouge!” published in 2001.

The attraction is so popular that tickets for some performances have to be booked a few months in advance. Cabaret is a great opportunity to celebrate birthday or other anniversary. Therefore, if you have not yet had the opportunity to visit this magical place, we encourage you to do so, and get one of our silver engraved bracelets with geographic coordinates of the famous „Red Mill”, for yourself and your friends.

Order the „LOUVRE” bracelet symbolizing love for art

It takes 100 days to see the entire collection, on condition that one piece takes 30 seconds.

Louvre 48.8606 ° N, 2.3376 ° E - Paris, France.

Defensive fortress built in 1190, after several years transformed into a royal residence, became the seat of more than 20 rulers of France. In 1793 it was transformed into the largest, richest and most visited art museum in the world, with a collection containing about 380,000 pieces of art, of which 35,000 are exhibited on a daily basis. The museum is an inspiration for many artists, references can be found in literature, art, cinematography, as well as pop culture. An example is Dan Brown's novel „The Da Vinci Code”.

Interesting facts about the Louvre:

  • - Few examples of works: Stele of the Code of Hammurabi, Nike of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.
  • - The glass pyramid being the entrance to the museum, built in 1989 based on the Egyptian Cheops Pyramid, initially aroused controversy because its architect was the first architect of non-French origin.
  • - Mona Lisa, which is the most recognizable piece of art in the world, is protected by bulletproof glass and has its own bodyguards.

It is not possible to see the entire collection offered by the world's largest museum during one visit. However, it's worth going there to see at least a small part of it. For those who have already had the opportunity or are planning a trip to the city of love, fashion and art, we encourage you to buy a gift for yourself or someone close in form of sterling silver bracelets with the Louvre geographical coordinates.

Order the „VATICAN” bracelet symbolizing faith

The smallest country in the world.

Vatican City State 41.9029 ° N, 12.4534 ° E - Rome, Italy.

The Vatican City State is the smallest country in the world and the seat of the highest Catholic organ along with the Pope.

Interesting facts about the Vatican:

  • - The number of inhabitants is less than 1000, and employees about 3,000 people living outside the Vatican (employees of post offices, radios, newspapers, shops, stations and medical services).
  • - Theoretically, you can't be born in the Vatican, because there are no hospitals, citizenship is granted only to employees.
  • - The security of the Vatican is supervised by the Swiss Guard, which today has 110 soldiers, which means that every tenth Vatican citizen is a member of the Guard.

If you've already been, are planing to visit the Vatican or you looking for gift idea, we suggest personalized silver bracelet with the geographical coordinates of the Vatican.

Order the „COLOSSEUM” bracelet symbolizing bravery, power and courage

The Colosseum is Rome, Rome is the Colosseum. As long as the Colloseum stands, Rome shall stand; when the Colloseum falls, Rome will fall; when Rome falls, the world will fall.

Colosseum 41.8902 ° N, 12.4922 ° E - Rome, Italy.

The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater in the world, in glory years accommodating about 50,000 spectators. Its construction lasted 10 years and was completed in 80 AD. It was used for gladiatorial shows and other spectacles such as animal hunts, executions, re-enactments of famous battles, mock sea battles and dramas based on mythology. Later it played roles of housing, workshops, quarters for a religious order, fortress, church and cemetery, quarry, botanical garden and Christian shrine.

Interesting facts about the Colosseum:

  • - It has been inscribed on the UNESCO list since 1980 and in 2007 was included in the list of New 7 Wonders of the World.
  • - Performers played at the Colosseum in recent years have included: Paul McCartney, Elton John and Andrea Bocelli.
  • - Ridley Scott's „Gladiator” was finally filmed in a replica specially built for this purpose in Malta, not at the Colloseum.

Today, the Colosseum is an iconic symbol of Rome and one of the most famous tourist attraction in the world. If this masterpiece has also made a huge impression on you, capture these moments by getting a silver bracelet with the geographical coordinates of the Colosseum. It will also be great idea for gift for men.

Order the „BIG BEN” bracelet symbolizing time

The most famous clock in the world.

Big Ben 51.5007 ° N, 0.1246 ° W - London, England.

Big Ben is a symbol of London in the form of a neo-Gothic clock tower, since 2012 called „Elizabeth Tower”, belonging to the Palace of Westminster. Work on the tower began after a fire in 1834 and ended in 1858. The clock was built for the precise countdown of time, which was to be coordinated by telegraph with time at the Greenwich observatory.

Interesting facts about Big Ben:

  • - The clock mechanism itself weights 5 tons and is hand wound three times a week, taking about 1.5 hours.
  • - The light on the clock tower indicates the current session of the House of Commons.
  • - In 1949 a flock of birds perched on the minute hand making the clock delayed by 41 minutes, and in 1962 heavy snowfall slowed the clock by 10 minutes.

London is the second most visited city in the world after Bangkok. If you have already had the opportunity to admire the capital of the United Kingdom, capture this adventure in a silver bracelet engraved with Big Ben's geographical coordinates. It will be also unique wedding gift for someone who got married in London.

Order the „STATUE OF LIBERTY” bracelet symbolizing freedom

Liberty Enlightening the World.

The Statue of Liberty 40.6892 ° N, 74.0445 ° W - New York, United States.

The colossal sculpture in New York, created in 1886 and located at the estuary of the Hudson River, is a symbol of freedom, New York and the United States of America. It depicts a goddess holding a torch above her head with her right hand, connecting the earth with the sky, a written constitution symbolizing justice with her left hand, and chains at her feet signifying the end of slavery.

Interesting facts about The Statue of Liberty:

  • - Inscribed on the UNESCO list in 1984.
  • - It's metal framework was built by Gustave Eiffel.
  • - The statue was taken apart in Paris before transport, and then sent by ship to New York.

If you had the opportunity to admire the symbol of the United States personally, not only on large screens, make sure to remember this trip thanks to sterling silver jewelry in the form of personalized bracelet engraved with the geographical coordinates of the Statue of Liberty.

Order the bracelet „ALCATRAZ” symbolizing punishment

A place that still raises fear.

Alcatraz Island 37.8270 ° N, 122.4230 ° W - San Francisco, United States.

The strict security prison, operating in 1934-1963, was closed mainly because of high maintenance costs and gaps in construction that allowed escape.

Interesting facts about Alcatraz:

  • - During its 29 years of operation, 14 escape attempts were recorded with 34 prisoners, but no one managed to escape.
  • - The most intricate escape attempt took place in 1962, with the participation of three prisoners who managed to get out of prison walls, but their bodies were never found. Based on this story, several films were made, including „Escape from Alcatraz”.
  • - The most famous prisoner was the legendary gangster and mafia boss Al Capone, who in 1931 was sentenced to 11 years in prison for tax fraud, but finally he was released after 5 years.

Today, Alcatraz is the most famous tourist attraction in San Francisco area. If you are also fascinated by the most famous prison in the world, express it in the form of a silver bracelet with the engraving of the geographical coordinates of this place. This is a great gift idea as mens bracelet.

Order the bracelet „MACHU PICCHU” which is a symbol of the Sun, as well as power and strength

Birthplace of the Sun.

Machu Picchu 13.1631 ° S, 72.5450 ° W - Andes, Peru.

A 15th century Inca citadel, located at an altitude of 2,400 m, in Quechua language means „old mountain” and is an architectural wonder full of secrets. It is still unclear what Machu Picchu was in its heyday. It was most likely inhabited by about 750 people: priests, aristocrats, soldiers and temple guardians, and served as a ceremonial, economic and defense center. It is still unknown why it was abandoned after about 80 years after being created. Despite many ambiguities, one thing is certain, the city is an architectural masterpiece. It was built on top of a mountain in a tropical climate in conditions that basically not any construction was possible. Because of the large amount of rainfall, they built cultivated terraces to ensure good drainage and soil fertility, while also protecting the mountain itself from erosion and landslides. They also used technique called ashlar, in which blocks of stone were being cut to fit together tightly without mortar, the heaviest block weighed 300 tons. In addition, the Incas had wide astronomical knowledge and believed that the Sun was their ancestor. They designed the Temple of the Sun and the Room of the Three Windows in such a way, that the windows were directed exactly east and west, so the sun coming in during the winter and summer solstice, illuminated the ritual stone called Intihuatana, placed inside the tower.

Interesting facts about Machu Picchu:

  • - In 1983, the ruins of Machu Picchu were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and in 2007 were declared one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.
  • - The native language is Quechua, which for a long time was only a spoken language, that's why the history of Machu Picchu is still being discovered.
  • - The city has about 3,000 stairs carved in the rocks.

The lost Inca city is the most important archaeological site in South America, visited annually by 900,000 tourists from around the world. If you associate memories with this historic place, capture them in a sterling silver bracelet with the geographical coordinates of the lost city of the Sun.

Order the bracelet „MOUNT EVEREST” symbolizing pursuit of purpose, steadfastness and high goals

Everyone has their own Everest.

Mount Everest 27.9881 ° N, 86.9250 ° E - Himalayas, China, Nepal.

Earth's highest mountain with current official elevation of 8,848 m a.s.l. is located in the Himalayas on the border of Nepal with Tibet, and considered by the local people to be the seat of the gods.

Interesting facts about Mount Everest:

  • - The summit was reached for the first time in 1953.
  • - The first helicopter landed on the top in 2005.
  • - By the end of 2008, about 3,600 climbers got to the summit, and the number of victims was 210.

A trip to Mount Everest is definitely not for everyone, but for many it is a dream trip. If you belong to the second group or know someone who took the challenge to reach the highest peak in the world, offer him an extraordinary gift in the form of a silver bracelet engraved with the geographical coordinates of Mount Everest. You can also go a step further and personalize the bracelet, e.g. add date of the trip.

Order the bracelet „TAJ MAHAL” symbolizing boundless love

The most beautiful symbol of love in the world.

Taj Mahal 27.1751 ° N, 78.0421 ° E - Agra, India.

The temple of love was built by the Indian ruler Shah Jahan as a tribute to the prematurely deceased beloved wife of Mumtaz Mahal and is a building that has no comparable equivalent in the world. Its construction lasted 22 years and was completed in 1654, thanks to the hard work of about labourers, painters, embroidery artists and stone cutters.

Interesting facts about Taj Mahal:

  • - In 2007, the temple was declared one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.
  • - After the construction was completed, Shah Jahan probably ordered all workers to cut their thumbs, so they would never be able to create a similar work again.
  • - Apparently, today the descendants of workers are involved in the renovation of buildings.

When you see the beauty of the Taj Mahal, you can imagine the depth of emperor's love for his wife. History has shown that this place has become a mecca of love and attracts millions of tourists, both in love and other travelers. If you have had the opportunity or are planning to take your loved one to this distant place, enrich this moment by offering her a personalized silver bracelet with the geographical coordinates of the most famous temple of love.

Order the bracelet „PIRAMID OF CHEOPS” which is a symbol of human development

Maze of secrets.

Pyramid of Cheops 29.9792 ° N, 31.1342 ° E - Giza, Egypt.

Pyramids are the oldest, most powerful and greatest stone buildings ever built. The Pyramid of Cheops built 2560 BC is one of the miracles, that has survived to our time intact. Formerly, it was believed that the Pharaohs began their journey to the afterlife from the pyramids. They are still being studied by scientists from around the world. To this day, it is not known how Egyptians had the knowledge that allowed them to build such precise and thoughtful structures.

Interesting facts about the Pyramid of Cheops:

  • - Built from over two million blocks weighing between 2.5 and 15 tons, it is the heaviest known building in the world, weighing over 6 million tons.
  • - The pyramid is also a great sundial: its shadows from mid-October to early March show the seasons and lengths of the year.
  • - Dividing the circumference of the pyramid at the base by a double height we get the number Pi = 3.1416.

The Pyramid of Cheops is one of the most mysterious buildings in the world, it still fascinates with mysteries that have not yet been discovered. This intriguing place is definitely worth visiting and the silver bracelet with the engraving of its coordinates will make a perfect gift for her or someone who is passionate about Eastern culture.

Bracelets from GIORRE Travel collection are unique reminders of travels and beautiful moments worth to remember, and their minimalist and comfortable form makes them ideal for everyday wear. Choose the location that stole your or your loved one's heart and give her this unusual gift with unique meaning. Bracelets are made of the highest 925 silver, without the addition of nickel. They consist of a chain with a clasp and 8 mm laser cut tag with geographic coordinates engraved. Choose a place from the offer or design a unique one with your own place on earth and add a personal message. Bracelets are available in white and black rhodium, as well as yellow 24K and 18K pink gold plating.

Collect memories and share them with your loved ones by getting sterling silver GIORRE Travel collection!