20 interesting facts about the Crimea and an unforgettable vacation on the peninsula
The Crimean Peninsula is a unique peninsula, in a small area of ​​which there are three natural and climatic zones at once: steppes, mountains, and the southern coast of Crimea.…

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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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Top 5 unusual ideas for spring holidays
Spring brings with it the first warm rays of the sun, the sounds of dripping melt water and an irrepressible desire to go on an unusual journey. She opens a…

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Interesting facts about Novosibirsk

Novosibirsk is one of the largest Russian cities, and it is often called the “capital of Siberia”. The name is, of course, unofficial, but it fairly accurately captures the essence. Novosibirsk is a major industrial center and is one of the most important countries for the Russian economy.

1. Until the 20s of the last century, Novosibirsk was located in 2 time zones: on the left bank, the time was 1 hour behind the time in the Right Bank. Continue reading

Fascinating journey through Astana
Astana can be safely called Central Asian Dubai, because that is how it has been called in recent years. A large number of both human and financial resources was invested…

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Top 10 most strange cities in the world
In which only places will not carry during the trip! It happens, you get into some place, look around, look around, and then you can not forget until the end…

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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…

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10 most beautiful waterfalls in the world
Travel has a positive effect on the work of the human brain! Is this, by the way, proven by British scientists? And if we take into account the daily workload…

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