Landmarks in Macau, China
Apr25

Landmarks in Macau, China

  Macau is a city with a rich Chinese and Portuguese cultural heritage. It is located on the eponymous peninsula and some more remote islands Taipa and Coloane. Here one can see Chinese temples, Catholic churches and historical relics, located amidst modern surroundings – something that testifies to the intertwining between East and West. Here are some of the sights of Macau, giving rise to the interest of tourists.   The...

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Hoia Baciu – The Mysterious Forest
Apr24

Hoia Baciu – The Mysterious Forest

  Do you have the courage to dive deep within the Woods, which for decades people tell scary stories and hundreds of witnesses were various anomalies? This is the forest in Romania Hoia Baciu. Veiled in mysticism, it is a place where local categorically refuse to tread when darkness falls. Hoya is a mysterious forest Baciu locality, not far from the city of Cluj-napoca and famous for being haunted by ghosts. Today it is spoken of...

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The Marble Caves In Chile
Apr22

The Marble Caves In Chile

  The Marble Caves In Chile   The marble caves, and especially “The Cathedral of marble” are among the most remarkable natural formations in the world. Located on the border of Chile with Argentina, where they partially submerged look out in the waters of Lake Carrera General. The view really is unique and remains in the mind as something enchanting and magical.     The Lake, in which are situated the...

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The Most Beautiful Churches In Europe
Apr21

The Most Beautiful Churches In Europe

European churches represent much more than a place where religious ceremonies are held. They had a different role in the social and cultural life of society. In the middle ages the Church usually was the only Gallery, Museum or concert hall in the city. The later periods brought a change in the architecture but its basic concept remained the same – sacred buildings, built to be the most beautiful in the city. European Churches tell...

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Auckland City Of Sails
Apr19

Auckland City Of Sails

  Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand with a population of over 1 million people. It’s known as the “city of sails” because of the large number of yachts that adorn the Hauraki Gulf seaport and Waimeata. Auckland is known as the “city of volcanoes”, since most of his landscapes were due to the fact that it is built on the Auckland’s volcanic field, which consists of approximately 48...

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Paper Lantern For Spring
Mar22

Paper Lantern For Spring

  Paper lantern     A paper lantern is a lantern made of thin, brightly colored paper. Paper lanterns come in various shapes and sizes, as well as various methods of construction. In their simplest form, they are simply a paper bag with a candle placed inside, although more complicated lanterns consist of a collapsible bamboo or metal frame of hoops covered with tough paper.     Sometimes, other lanterns can...

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The Land Of Masai
Mar16

The Land Of Masai

  The Masai, Nilotic ethnic group of people that have perfected an extremely extensive territories. At some point, the land of the Masai has extended from what is now Northern Kenya to Central Tanzania. Through their conflicts with other tribes they managed to expand their realm, as the tip of these efforts was in the last century. Then under their control were the big Valley fault line, as well as the distance from Mount...

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Where You Can See Penguins
Nov30

Where You Can See Penguins

The Penguins are very interesting birds – charismatic, friendly, and inhabits some of the places in the world with the most harsh conditions. Contrary to popular belief, penguins do not live at the North Pole, nor are Antarctic bird. Here’s where you can see them in their natural habitat: Gough Island   Many people have never even heard of Gough Island. This is small island in the South Atlantic and is too remote to...

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8 Amazing Facts About Madagascar
Nov30

8 Amazing Facts About Madagascar

  Madagascar is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, located adjacent to the southeastern coast of Africa. This extraordinary country was the inspiration for a number of documentaries and is undoubtedly one of the most intriguing and interesting places on Earth. Even though you think you know a lot about that island, there are some little-known facts that may surprise you. Here are some of them:   1. Much of the wildlife of...

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Colorful Carnival On The Streets Of Germany
Nov25

Colorful Carnival On The Streets Of Germany

Colorful Carnival on the streets of Germany – what you should know about Carnival (Mardi Gras)   The Carnival is one of the most popular and fun events not only in the Rhine region, but also in Germany and in parts of Europe as a whole. Surely you know the American variant, namely Mardi grass (Shrove Tuesday) in New Orleans. Today we want to tell briefly about the customs of the Carnival, accompanied by a great image...

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