Interesting facts about Lviv
The city of Lviv is an ancient settlement with its own unique features, traditions and unique charm. One can not only talk about the beauty of this city for a…

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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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Sights of Dresden
Dresden is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Germany, which is visited by tens of thousands of tourists from all over the world each year to see…

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The most dangerous airports in the world

The airport is one of the most important infrastructure for the country. Sometimes a region is unable to locate an airport due to lack of space for its location, but since they are very important, sometimes you have to locate airports in very dangerous places. Your attention is the top airports located in the most dangerous places.

7. Lukla Airport (Nepal)
At one end of the runway is a cliff with another 2900 meter gorge. Lukla is a small airport in the city of Lukla in eastern Nepal. Continue reading

The most dangerous places on the planet
There are thousands of magnificent natural objects in the world, and only a few of them are waiting for you in this collection, but believe me, they deserve special attention!…

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Moscow: a selection of unusual, but attractive to visit with children
Stay in Moscow with children, many of which are standard programs. They are perfect for visiting the whole family with children of any age. Our presentation should be interesting not…

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Interesting facts about Uzbekistan
The article contains a selection of interesting facts about Uzbekistan, which, despite its geographical proximity to us, is for many a real mystery. We will try to slightly lift the…

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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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