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.…

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10 seats that are closed to the public
1. Lascaux Caves: a complex of caves, famous for rock paintings from the Paleolithic period, France. Lascaux Caves is a cave complex in the south-west of France that is famous…

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Montenegro: an overview of the direction
Montenegro is a small and very picturesque region, welcoming travelers. Forests, mountains, lakes, ancient temples, castles and gorgeous beaches give a sense of fairy tales. Going to Montenegro, you can…

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Favorite beach world movie bohemia
North of France, Normandy. Here, in Deauville, on the banks of the Channel, one of the most famous beaches in the world is located - an amazing place, which even…

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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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16 interesting facts about Rostov-on-Don

Rostov-on-Don is sometimes confused with Rostov the Great due to the similarity of the names of these cities, and it is in vain. Rostov the Great is a small, if very interesting, city not far from Moscow, and Rostov-on-Don can rightfully be called a metropolis, and indeed, perhaps, the main city of the whole south of Russia. This is where a lot of people come, both in search of work and in order to find new impressions – in this city there is something to see a curious visitor. Continue reading

The most poisonous lakes in the world
Baikal, Michigan, Victoria - these famous lakes (two of which are more than many seas combined) keep a supply of the purest drinking water, which will be enough for several…

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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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