Germany - almost parallel universe
Many of us have heard more than once about a special way of life in Germany, different from ours. And about the zealousness and pedantry of the Germans and all…

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London: what to watch for free?
London, the capital of the United Kingdom, is one of the classic cities of Old Europe, cities with rich traditions and extensive cultural heritage. Located on the banks of the…

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European approach to winter holidays
Christmas symbolizes the birth of Jesus Christ, it is a celebration of love and happiness throughout the world. People share warm wishes, try to congratulate all relatives and friends. The…

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4 popular tourist cities, which in reality can greatly disappoint
Perhaps each of us at least once dreamed of being in Paris or Rome, imagining how he would breathe in the air, soaked in antiquity and admire the famous monuments.…

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Global Warming: Places to visit

Leave your dream, such as diving on the Great Barrier Reef, skiing in the Swiss Alps – can always remain a dream, if you do not hurry, writes McClatchy News Service. Magic coral reefs near the Australian coast may disappear from the face of the earth by 2050, according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. And the rise in temperature in the Alps is forcing tour operators to use more and more equipment to create snow. Continue reading

Bulgaria: Castle in love with the wind

Modern architecture, especially “in the hands of” very enthusiastic people, is amazing. We have already written about the majestic temples built by our contemporaries in Thailand, which are not just not inferior to the best examples of ancient architecture, but often surpass them by many orders, for example, the “White Temple” or the symbol of unity Temple of Truth in Pattaya. Continue reading

Kerala: an Indian tale

Kerala is one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Asia and is rapidly gaining popularity. Enchanted country in southern India, it is called the land of the gods and the Indian Venice.
Why Venice? 44 rivers with a total length of 1900 km wash its lands. Known as “Kerala’s backwaters”, these rivers have long been used as a trade route – coconuts, rice and spices were transported through them. Continue reading

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Top 10 coolest water parks
Water parks are gaining more and more popularity around the world and are an excellent alternative to traditional amusement parks. And although the presence of the water park can not…

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Bulgaria: Castle in love with the wind
Modern architecture, especially “in the hands of” very enthusiastic people, is amazing. We have already written about the majestic temples built by our contemporaries in Thailand, which are not just…

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Holidays in the Netherlands
In spring and summer, Amsterdam and Rotterdam turn into lively tourist centers. The cities of Holland are masterpieces of medieval architecture. Ancient merchant houses, majestic cathedrals, town halls and modern…

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