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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 a peaceful and peaceful life: 85% of the city’s buildings were destroyed during World War II. Also collapsed and the main attractions. But the years passed, and the main architectural values of the capital were restored. The Royal Castle was rebuilt – the heart of the Old Town …
Old Town (Starówka) – the pride of Warsaw!
The old town was founded in the 13th century, surrounded by city walls. With each century, it changed and reconstructed, until the Second World War, during which time it was completely destroyed. However, in the near future, all the buildings were carefully reconstructed, and the whole Starówka is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Continue reading
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
Hong Kong is the largest financial center in Asia and one of the most urbanized areas in the world. However, they pay great attention to the ecological situation and green spaces. The territory of green areas and reserves is 75% of the territory of autonomy with its area of 1,104 km2! Such a contrast between nature and a larger city creates an amazing atmosphere of futurism, which makes it possible to call Hong Kong the city of the future!
Big Buddha – the spiritual landmark of Hong Kong
The Big Buddha is one of the tallest bronze statues of the seated Buddha in the world. Its height is more than 34 meters, including a three-level altar under the Buddha, in which visitors can see the Hall of the Universe, the Hall of Merit and the Hall of Memory. The territory is planned in such a way that the statue is surrounded by six bronze creatures that lead tourists to the main attraction. To get to the 250-ton memo, you need to overcome 268 steps. Continue reading