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Seven Wonders of the World
In the mid-2000s, the famous Swiss Bernard Weber and the public organization New Open World Corporation created a unique project that should bring together all the greatest creations of mankind…

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Belgrade Attractions
The Church of Saint Sava is one of the largest in the world: at the same time more than 10,000 people can be accommodated here! The memo has the shape…

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Sights of Nuremberg
Before World War II, Nuremberg had the largest architectural complex in Germany, but after the war, many unique buildings were destroyed. However, these days there is still something to surprise…

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Sights of Morocco

Morocco is a North African country, which is washed by the Mediterranean Sea in the north and the Atlantic Ocean in the west. In addition to the border with Algeria, Morocco also borders with the Sahara, therefore in the south-east there is a dry and hot climate. In Morocco, popular camel sightseeing tours. They can also travel around the Sahara, to see its sand dunes and oases. In Morocco, a beach holiday, desert sands, Atlas mountains, banana and orange plantations, mountain caves and palm groves are successfully combined.

Fez – landmark of Morocco
In Morocco, jeep safaris for tourists, excursions to picturesque waterfalls, for example, the Cover of lovers, not far from Marrakesh are popular. In addition to attractions, in some parts of Morocco, you can join the local culture. For example, in Berber villages such as Tiznit and Tafraut, people wear national clothes and still observe all traditions and customs. Continue reading

Sights of Bratislava

Bratislava is considered the youngest capital of the world, since it became such only in 1993. The city has a very good geographical location, as it borders with the states of Austria and Hungary. It is these countries that most influenced the cultural development of Bratislava, and therefore the sights. A distinctive feature of Bratislava is not only elegant architecture and streets, but also an abundance of natural flowers in the warm season. Flowers grow in flowerbeds, in flower arches of restaurants, on balconies of residential houses … And now more about everything:

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Sights of Sicily

The region of Italy, the island of Sicily, with full confidence can be called the cradle of civilization. The historical events that took place here over the centuries have replaced the look and structure of this region. Today you can find a unique combination of rich history and multinational culture, beautiful nature and seascapes. The island of Sicily is located in the Mediterranean Sea, there is something to see and where to relax. Sights, warm sea, amazing nature and warm climate – all this is Sicily. Monuments of architecture in the style of Sicilian Baroque, Byzantine mosaics, a riot of flowers and other beautiful green vegetation amazes the eye. Continue reading

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 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

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

The most beautiful and unusual buildings in the world: Seattle Public Library
The Seattle Public Library was founded in 1890, although it was able to receive its first readers only a year later. A whole network of city libraries began with a…

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Travel to Los Angeles
The year before that, I began to issue a H2B work visa in a fairly serious organization that has been successfully engaged in this business since the early 90s. I…

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Sights of Finland
Finland is a country in the north of Europe, which is one of the most popular and visited countries in Europe. The official languages ​​here are Swedish and Finnish, the…

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Sights of Sicily
The region of Italy, the island of Sicily, with full confidence can be called the cradle of civilization. The historical events that took place here over the centuries have replaced…

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