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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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…

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Sights of Dortmund
We offer you to evaluate our article about the sights of a major tourist center, an important industrial center and just the beautiful German city of Dortmund. We picked up…

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Istanbul Attractions

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

Sights of Paris
Probably, even any schoolboy will answer the question with which he associates Paris. Everyone knows that the symbols and the visiting card of the capital of France are the Eiffel…

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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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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 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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