13 of the most unusual hotels in the world
Most hotels are not much different from each other. But for those who want his holidays to be filled with surprises from beginning to end, there are several suitable places…

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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…

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Malé, a city surrounded by water
Male is the capital and largest city of the Maldives Republic. It is located on the island of the same name, on the atoll of Kaafu. The population is about…

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Interesting facts about Chelyabinsk
1736 is considered to be the founding year of Chelyabinsk. During the Orenburg expedition, a Tatar, Kutlu-Mukhamed Tevkelev, built a guard fortress at the crossroads of several roads to ensure…

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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.…

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The most ancient cities of the world

This material will not acquaint you with the very first cities that appeared on our planet, but with such cities, which, since its foundation, have been constantly inhabited. Although, the debate about the very-very among them continues more than one year.
1. Most often, the most ancient city, safely existing to this day, is the Palestinian town Jericho, which appeared back in the Bronze Age (9000 years BC).
2. In second place is the capital of Syria – Damascus. He appeared in the same era as Jericho, but about a millennium later.
3. The small town of Byblos, located in the suburbs of the capital of Lebanon, Beirut, has a history that begins back in the Neolithic Age (7000 BC).
4. The Iranian city Susa (Shush) has a controversial founding date, which ranges from 5000-7000 years BC.
5. Another controversial city is Syrian Aleppo. The problem is that there is no old and new city. At the site of the first settlements, the current Aleppo is located, which significantly complicates the archaeological excavations.
6. Sidon – Lebanese town, first inhabited by 5,500 years BC
7. El-Fayoum – an oasis city in the middle of the Libyan Desert was founded about 4000 years BC.
8. Oddly enough, but the oldest in Europe, still existing city with a constant population in its history, is Bulgarian Plovdiv (a city on seven hills), on the present territory of which the first settlements also appeared 4000 years BC
9. Turkish Gaziantep, according to one version, appeared 3650 years BC But the date is also contested downwards.
10. Two Greek cities, Argos and Athens, appeared about the same time. However, disputes around the first permanent settlements are ongoing. The exact facts of urban settlements date back to 5000 BC. However, there is information about the seven millennia BC. In general, the debate continues.
11. The only city from eastern Asia that is on our list is the Indian metropolis of Delhi. The city exists from the middle of the fourth millennium BC.

Unique beaches of the world
Volcanic Beach (Mexico) In the Mexican bay of Banderas there is a beach of unique beauty. It is located in a basin near the famous coast of Puerto Vallarta. The…

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Interesting places in the Belarusian Grodno
Grodno is a city in Belarus, one of the oldest in the CIS. Grodno has a 10-century history. The city went through many historical periods that directly affected its appearance.…

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