Interesting facts about Tajikistan
Tajikistan is a Central Asian state, spread out under the Pamir Mountains. Once Tajikistan was…

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Rare and little-known sights of St. Petersburg
In the cultural capital of Russia there are many streets that are not on any…

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Sights of Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan is a bright colorful country where European and Asian cultures are closely intertwined. It…

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Top 25 best places in the world to travel
1. Marrakesh in Morocco has become number 1 on the list of the best places…

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Interesting facts about Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is a state that does not have a specific territorial affiliation to any continent. This means that most of its territory is in Asia, a smaller part – in Europe. At the same time, Kazakhstan is the ninth in the list of countries of the world by area and belongs to super-large states. But this is only general information, and today I would like to talk about the most unusual facts of this amazing country, if after reading you want to visit Kazakhstan, then first I suggest looking at the catalog of Kazakhstan companies to know in advance where to stop, eat and of course walk. Continue reading

Interesting facts about Cambodia

Cambodia is a country with a rich history and a difficult fate, located in Southeast Asia. After the era of the Khmer Rouge rule, this country began to recover relatively recently, reasonably betting on attracting tourists. Admittedly, this calculation turned out to be correct – at present Cambodia can already compete with neighboring Thailand in this regard.
The Cambodian flag is the only national flag that uses the look of the building – Angkor Wat. This landmark can be found on local paper bills, and on bottles with local beer. Continue reading

Something interesting about Armenia

Armenia is one of the most ancient states in the world. It is not surprising that Christianity has been practiced here for thousands of years, and Yerevan is 29 years older than Rome.
1. Surprisingly, the national symbol of Armenia, Mount Ararat, is located on the territory of another state – Turkey. She got one peak under the treaties of 1921, the second – under the Turkish-Persian agreement of 1931. Although Masis (as the Armenians call the mountain) is visible in Armenia almost everywhere. Continue reading