City of a million temples
This amazing place, many did not even know about its existence. Bagan or Pagan is an ancient city in Myanmar (Burma) with a fascinating history, this is where the writing,…

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Rwanda - a country of a thousand mountains
The number of tourists to the city of Ruhengeri, which belongs to a small country in East Central Africa - Rwanda - is increasing every year. For a short rest,…

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Interesting facts about Slovenia
Slovenia is a beautiful European country, popular among both tourists and immigrants who are looking for a better life. Surpassing all other Eastern European countries in terms of living standards,…

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Rest in the UAE: an overview of resorts and attractions

The United Arab Emirates is located on the eastern part of the Arabian coast. Here you can relax all year round, although the most popular is the period from October to May. It was at this time in the UAE that the most pleasant temperature (at the level of +25 – +30 degrees Celsius), in the summer, it can rise to +50 degrees Celsius. But this does not mean that in the summer you should not come here. During this period, prices for tours are much lower, besides, there are air conditioners installed in all rooms (even at bus stops), so the heat will not be strongly felt. The main resorts that are now actively developing in the UAE are Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah and Fujairah.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates. People come here for shopping and excursions, beach rest fades into the background. Continue reading

Interesting facts about Irkutsk

We continue our acquaintance with the Russian cities – Irkutsk. The city is located in the valley of the Angara River, at the confluence of its two tributaries, Irkut and Ushakovka, at the Trans-Siberian Railway, 55 km from the unique natural complex, World Heritage Site – Lake Baikal. Irkutsk is a cultural and scientific center of Eastern Siberia, in which more than 600 thousand inhabitants live.
The ancient Siberian city, founded as a prison in 1661. In the fire of 1879 was severely destroyed. Referred to the historical settlements of Russia; The historic center is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Before the October Revolution, it was a merchant city that flourished for a long time on Russian-Chinese trade, and later on the gold industry; a place of political exile. From 1803, it was the center of Siberia, from 1822 to 1884 — the East-Siberian General Governorship. Continue reading

We are going to Paris

Almost every inhabitant dreams of visiting the French capital. About Parisian attractions are known all over the world from small to large: the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris (Notre Dame de Paris), the Louvre, the Moulin Rouge, Montmartre, the Champs Elysees. And if you think about pastry shops, restaurants, parks, it becomes clear why it was here that world-famous cultural figures were inspired. For those who are going to Paris, we recommend this site . Describing each of the above attractions – does not make much sense, because everyone knows about them.
But for those who first came to this European capital, first of all it is recommended to climb the “Iron Lady” – the Eiffel Tower, and from its top tier look at the city for seventy kilometers. But, it is advisable to go up there twice – in the daytime and dark – to see the lights of Paris. Continue reading

Great Britain
The traditions of the United Kingdom are multifaceted. From lunchtime tea to deep musical culture. Even the weather wears a certain, unique touch - it often rains, there are fogs.…

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Scandinavia - the country of mysterious legends
Every time Russian travelers begin to share their impressions of acquaintance with Scandinavia, many completely opposite statements arise. Someone can not help delight and seeks again and again to go…

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Interesting facts about Germany
Germany is the leader in the list of countries called different names in different languages: Germani, Alemannia, Nemetchina, and many more other names. The Germans are used to calling their…

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