Birmingham is the second largest city in terms of population and industrial capacity in England. There are a lot of interesting memos and architectural masterpieces from the industrial revolution of the end of the XVIII – beginning XIX century. It was at this time that Birmingham reached its greatest economic development and importance within the country. Today we will talk about the sights of the city and the best tourist places.
Birmingham Chocolate Landmark
Birmingham has a wide range of tourist activities and entertainment for visitors and residents of the city. One of these places is Cadbury World. Continue reading
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 city of contrasts, where in the neighborhood are located the top boutiques of world brands and traditional village huts, French colonial masterpieces and the poverty of the common people. Despite all this, here you can have a great time and have a good rest, and we will help you with this.
Hassan II Mosque – the pearl of Casablanca
This landmark is one of the most famous and valuable architectural masterpieces of Morocco. Continue reading
Istanbul is an ancient, rich in historical vicissitudes of the city of Turkey. During its thousand-year history, it was burned to the ground many times, conquered and defeated, but all this time Istanbul remained the capital of the world, the largest historical and cultural landmark of mankind.
Dolmabahce Palace – the pride of Istanbul
Dolmabahche Palace – an elegant landmark on the shores of the Bosphorus pleases the eye with an unusual combination of traditional Ottoman architecture with traditional European: neoclassical style, baroque and rococo. The magnificent facade and amazing detail of the decorations will delight even experienced travelers. Continue reading