Journey to places of power
Delhi. The famous minaret Qutub Minar with a column of damask steel is built on the site of the Vishnu temple destroyed by the conquerors. Once upon a time a…

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7 romantic places to stay in Spain
Dreaming of a romantic weekend for two? Why not opt ​​for Spain? This country is famous not only for its warm climate, ideal for sea holidays, but also for its…

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Travel without borders: how to go on vacation without a travel agency
Traveling yourself without the help of a travel agency for the first time is scary. Habitual come to the operator and pick up the tour. But believe me, if you…

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Journey to places of power

Delhi. The famous minaret Qutub Minar with a column of damask steel is built on the site of the Vishnu temple destroyed by the conquerors. Once upon a time a sculpture of the sacred eagle Garuda crowned the top of the mysterious column. Steel, from which the figure was made, is attributed to an alien origin …
Yes, what to go far – Kiev tithe Church was also built on the site of an ancient pagan sanctuary.
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7 sights of Turkey, which tourists do not know
Even seasoned travelers do not always know that holidays in Turkey are not only all-inclusive and first-line hotels. In fact, Turkey is full of interesting places. Standard seven nights is…

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8 best directions to celebrate the New Year
With the approach of winter, many people think about where to celebrate the New Year and Christmas holidays. After all, it must be a special atmosphere, bright and memorable. Some…

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Religious tourism
Pilgrimage, or travel with religious purposes - one of the oldest forms of tourism, which has deep historical roots. Medieval pilgrims were among the first tourists.Religious travel has three main…

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Velvet season: where to go for a vacation in the fall?
Initially, the period around the Easter holiday was called the velvet season. The last weeks of April and the first weeks of May were considered golden days when it was…

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