The most beautiful and unusual buildings in the world: Osaka Sea Museum
The dome-shaped Osaka Maritime Museum is a true masterpiece of architecture and deservedly enters the top of the most beautiful and informative museums in the world. Osaka, which used to…

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Sights of Warsaw
Many Poles call the capital the cultural heart of their homeland, because it was around it that Poland developed as a European state. However, history did not spoil Warsaw with…

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Sights Dubai
Want to see the sights of the most expensive and futuristic city in the world? Then you are at! We present you a selection of the best architectural masterpieces of…

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excursions in Casablanca

Sights of Georgia

Georgia is a country of mountains and the sun, beautiful wine and hospitable people. In Georgian, the name of the country Georgia sounds like Sakartvelo and this country has something to be proud of. After all, there are a lot of sights in it. These include not only architecture, but also natural monuments, and the mentality and originality of Georgians themselves can also be called a landmark.

Vardzia – the history of Georgia
The cave monastery complex Vardzia is a famous historical monument and landmark in Georgia. It was built in the 12th century in the Samtskhe-Javakheti region. Continue reading

Sights of Spain

Spain is considered a cheerful and sunny country on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. It is full of attractions, most of which are located in major cities. The most famous and frequently visited sights of Barcelona can be considered.

Sagrada Familia as one of the landmarks of Spain
One of these attractions is the Sagrada Familia or Sagrada Familia. With significant interruptions in time, this building has been built for 128 years. The foundation of the building was laid in 1882, and the project was conceived by the Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi. Gradually, the building takes on the form it should have. Continue reading

Sights of Dresden

Along the winding Elbe River has grown a large tourist center Dresden. However, few people believed in such a future during the Second World War, when all the sights, all the sights, and the whole Old Town was destroyed. But as time went on, the city was rebuilt and developed throughout Germany …

Church Frauenkirche. Dresden
This landmark has a tragic history with a good ending. During the First World War, the main Protestant church of Germany was destroyed by air raids. So he stood in ruins for more than 70 years! Only in 1993 began the reconstruction of the memo at the expense of voluntary donations. In 2005, the restoration was completed, and the people of Dresden once again welcomed their once main attraction. Continue reading

Sights of Quebec
Quebec is the capital and the second largest city in the province of the same name. The historical part of the city is listed as a UNESCO heritage site and…

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Sights of Vilnius
Vilnius is famous for its chic baroque sights, but the most popular monuments are cathedrals and temples. The city also boasts its quiet, narrow streets and the unique atmosphere of…

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Sights of Casablanca
Casablanca is the largest North African port with a population of over 3.3 million people. It concentrates all the trading capital and tourism business of Morocco. However, Casablanca is a…

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Brisbane Attractions
Brisbane is the main administrative unit and the largest city in Queensland. Not so long ago, it was considered an ordinary provincial town with a small central street and a…

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