Interesting facts about Georgia
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Interesting facts about Barcelona
Barcelona is one of the most famous Spanish cities, which can easily compete with even…

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Sights of Pyatigorsk
Let's make a little trip to Pyatigorsk? Sights, photos with descriptions and interesting facts of…

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Strange and unusual sights of Canada
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The most unusual tours of the world

The modern tourist makes special demands on excursion programs. Just walking around the picturesque corners of our planet, listening from year to year the same memorized story about a place, being photographed against the sights and rare exhibits – all this does not arouse enthusiastic interest among travelers. Let’s try together to figure out what kind of excursion tours can diversify our leisure time, fill up personal photo albums and present new, incomparable sensations. Continue reading

11 unusual sights of Nizhny Novgorod

Each city of Russia with its unique history has its own special sights – these are unusual museums, buildings with unique architecture, interesting and sometimes strange monuments, mysterious places covered with local legends, and modern objects surprising with design and purpose. … Nizhny Novgorod with its centuries-old history was no exception, and we present to your attention its unusual sights, which are rather difficult to get around on foot, so if you are a guest in this beautiful city, of rental cars in Nizhny Novgorod for you will be a great solution. Continue reading

What to see in Ryazan?

Ryazan is one of the oldest cities in Central Russia. It is believed that a populous settlement existed here from the XII century, and the first stone churches appeared in the XIV-XV centuries. The Ryazan Kremlin is an ancient fortress and one of the main attractions of the city is an open-air museum with ancient temples and a princely courtyard.
No less interesting are the picturesque museums-estates of the famous natives of the Ryazan land: the poet S. A. Yesenin and the academician I. P. Pavlov. Also, tourists are sure to enjoy the magnificent gothic building of the stud and the fabulous estate of the von Derviz family, as if transferred to Ryazan from the expanses of Austria-Hungary. Continue reading