By Vladimir Brezina
Once upon a time, I used to visit quite often a certain place that has lately been in the news.
Here it is in January.
And in May.
And in July…
Where is it?
I’ll give you a hint:
Update February 9, 2013: This is Bosworth Field, about 15 miles west of Leicester, England. On August 22, 1485, this happened here:
In the Battle of Bosworth, the final battle of the Wars of the Roses, King Richard III, the last Plantagenet king of England, was killed, and Henry VII, the first king of the Tudor dynasty, came to the throne.
Richard’s skeleton has now been discovered buried under a car park in Leicester.