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Salt Mine in Wieliczka
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is the most famous building of this type in Europe, mainly because of its size and interesting content …
The salt mines in Polish Wieliczka began to be developed back in the 13th century and continued to mine salt until the second half of the 20th century (when several tourist routes were destroyed due to salt mining near historical workings), so today the mine can be called a real museum of the evolution of mining technology rock salt
The first tourists came to the mine in the 15th century, although at that time they were not exactly tourists – access to the mine was open only to the most privileged persons, who had the official permission of the king with his personal signature. Continue reading
Sights and interesting places in Sevastopol
Sevastopol is a unique city located on the peninsula of Crimea. For a long time, he occupied a huge role in the life of the country, as it is located on a strategically important place. The defense of Sevastopol during the Great Patriotic War entered the hearts of millions, and the city received the title of Hero City. However, in Sevastopol are not only all sorts of monuments dedicated to the soldiers, but also the ruins of ancient cities. If you have never been in this truly Great City “with a capital letter” and do not know where to stay – this is a great guide for you to hotels in Sevastopol.
Those who decide to visit Sevastopol should visit the following local attractions:
– Tauric Chersonesos. Continue reading
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, the cost of tours to Rwanda is quite acceptable for most people who are going to visit this country. But not only this attracts travelers here. A huge number of rare birds, beautiful flowers and butterflies makes holiday in Rwanda unforgettable.
Rwanda is considered a country of a thousand mountains. Spring is here all year round and almost never drought. Continue reading