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…

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The most amazing places in St. Petersburg
In St. Petersburg, a huge number of attractions, monuments and the most diverse, interesting and unusual places. We invite you to familiarize yourself with them on our website of the…

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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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Turkish salt lake Ace

Turkey produces most of the salt from one of the most protected lakes called Ace. In Turkish, it sounds like Tuz Gölü, which translated into Russian, literally means Salt Lake. About three officially registered mines are used for salt extraction. Ace is one of the largest lakes available in Turkey. It absorbs two deep streams and forms a salty marsh. However, in summertime, when the light of the sun reaches an elevated temperature, more than eighty percent of the lake dries out, and a thirty-centimeter layer of salt appears. Precipitation and underground sources help to maintain balance. In winter, the salt layer goes away because of the large amount of fresh water that comes from the nearest surface and groundwater. Continue reading

Interesting Facts about Mount Rushmore
“The size of the monument should be determined by the degree of significance of the event for the entire civilization. We are not trying to carve an epic out of…

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Jonathan Trapp was the first man in the world to cross the English Channel in balloons. But he does not stop at what he has achieved, he plans to cross…

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Located on an area of ​​just over 3 kilometers with a population of less than 3,000, Casey, Illinois is probably considered one of the smallest in the United States, but…

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