Sights of Dresden
Dresden is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Germany, which is visited…

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The five best districts of Barcelona
Known for its pride, narcissism and explosive temperament that can amaze and make you fall…

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Unusual places of Italy
Many tourists are sure that they are going to Italy for the opportunity to have…

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The five best districts of Barcelona
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Interesting places in Nizhny Novgorod

There are city stories that are included in all tourist guides, and which even the one who has never been there knows about. But Nizhny, like any other city, has its own special legends, which will be interesting to know if you like to look at the area from a different angle.
But after exploring the cultural side of the city and its sights, evening leisure can brighten up pleasant pastime with your family or friends in saunas or baths in the city, and this directory of saunas and baths will help you in finding the right one.
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Sights of Karachay-Cherkessia

The ridges of the Greater Caucasus, the Marukh and Klukhorsky passes, the beauty of snowy peaks, the transience of mountain rivers, flowering meadows and plains, is the republic of Karachay-Cherkessia. Once here, you can not deny yourself in sightseeing, and, believe me, there is something to see! You can visit Barloga’s Throat and the Sophia Valley, the mysterious city of Adijuh, the Shaoninsky temple located on a high peak, the Caucasus Biosphere Reserve, and other unique places. The charm, originality and uniqueness of the monuments of Kabardino-Cherkessia will be remembered for a long time!
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Liliput Village in Iran

In a remote corner of the Iranian province of South Khorasan, not far from its border with Afghanistan, there is a village that about a century ago was inhabited by people of very short stature. This is confirmed by local architecture. Of the approximately two hundred stone and earthen houses that make up the settlement, seventy or eighty are very low. These mud houses with a height of less than two meters with narrow doorways, which can not be entered without stooping. In some of these houses, the ceiling height is only 140 cm. Continue reading