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Forbidden City Oil Platforms
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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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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.
Great Britain
To feel the whole atmosphere of England, you need to delve into its history. And for this, you just need to visit the country, but do not forget to have a UK visa required for study and work, as well as for tourists. Http://visasuk.ru will be the best place to apply for it. Fast, reliable, inexpensive. But numerous ancient constructions, Welsh Park, the Scottish Mountains, unique urban buildings – all this can be found in our educational list.
1. York Gothic Cathedral. This huge building was built several centuries. The structure itself fully reflects the era of the birth of Gothic art in England.
2. Stonehenge. It is located in the west of the country, in the county of Wiltshire. It is assumed that Stonehenge was erected before BC, namely 4,000 years ago. Even today, research is being conducted to find out the exact date and method of erecting stone monuments.
3. In Scotland, in the Glenfinnan Valley, is located the famous viaduct. Date of construction – 1901. It was there that the film adaptation of the book by J. Rowling “Harry Potter” took place.
4. Among the scientific buildings, the most noteworthy is Cambridge University, located in Cambridgeshire. Having passed through the centuries, the university has not lost its prestige and significance.
5. National Park-Reserve Snowdonia, located in the north of Wales. Located on the peak of Mount Wales, whose height is more than 1 km.
6. Do not forget about the oldest representatives of England – castles. One of these is Windsor Castle, located in Berkshire. Currently, the British monarchs use it as their residence.
7. One of the most prominent beaches in England is Holham Bay, in Nordfolk. The best place to relax your mind and body is hard to come up with.
8. The London skyscraper The Shard is the title of the highest European building. It was completed only in 2012.
9. In the city of Douglas is a lighthouse, from the top of which you can see the English coast.
10. In the city of Edinburgh, is located the famous Edinburgh Castle. In the center of it is the chapel of St. Margaret, which is the oldest metropolitan building in Scotland.
11. Among the natural sights, the Giants’ Road proudly stands in the palaces of the city of Bushmills, Northern Ireland. It is represented by a set of basalt columns, which form a “springboard” leading to the sea.
12. Durham Cathedral of Christ. This building was erected in the XI century, in the framework of the Romanov style. The cathedral has been in various roles – from the servants’ shelter to the prison.
13. Since ancient times, preserved Val Adriana. It was built as a defensive structure by the Romans in the II century. Some call it the “Small Chinese Wall.”
14. Burley House. Consists of the nine most valuable estates in England. The structure has not lost its popularity due to the frequent shooting of films on its territory. To date, the estate owned by the descendants of the first owner – Baron Burghli.
15. Jarlshof. Located on the Shetland Islands in Scotland. This is the “keeper” of the material values ​​of ancient civilizations. Preserved many structures, houses and other buildings from the Bronze Age to the Viking Age.

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