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...and really scared. Cold War was at its best, and here in Italy have ss20 cruises pointed to our house.
This two men, smiling in their coats: you know it history. We hope they would keep in touch... and they did.
This was the place....More
This is where Ronald Reagan and Micheal Gorbachev met for their famous summit meeting. I know I was there supporting the summit meeting. Sadly you can only go in by appointment which I found out you can arrange thru the Foreign Ministry if you have...More
Signing of the start of the end of the USSR. Significant and historic, not to mention the tragic suicide of the French Council family member 60 Years earlier. Rumors of ghosts persist. Great photo opportunity of the area.
Hofdi House doesn't offer much to see, only a well restored and maintained old house. The house is not open to the public. That said, its history is certainly of interest. It is well known for the meeting that took place in October 1986 between...More
The Hofdi House was not open when we visited but the big draw is the famous door handle, the mirror-image design and historic preservation on its awesome waterfront site. Don't miss it nor its significance.
You can’t go in the house so there’s not a ton to see here but there are plaques around the house explaining the history so it’s worth a walk over. There’s some interesting US history associated with the house, which I didn’t realize before visiting....More
On my first day in Iceland I was looking for a nearby attraction and had only an hour to spare when I discovered this piece of architectural history near my hostel. It's where US President Reagan went to discuss the Cold War so that was...More
The house itself was originally built to be the French embassy. When visiting Reykjavik, you might drive right past this house but its historic significance cannot be denied. It was here that, in 1986, Gorbachev and President Reagan met. As a result of this meeting,...More