Verona - the city of Shakespearean passions
There is no sadder story in the world than the story of Romeo and Juliet .... "It was thanks to this work of the Great Shakespeare that this small provincial…

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Sights of Tallinn
On the northeast coast of the Baltic Sea is the city of Tallinn - the capital of the Republic of Estonia. This city is rightly considered to be a unique…

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Sights of Scotland

Scotland is not the most popular country for Russian tourists, but there really is something to see. Scotland is not only whiskey, kilts and castles. There are many other tourist sites that deserve close attention. About them today will be discussed.
Scotland is a harsh country in the north of the UK. Covered with hills, with a cold climate and a warlike population, in the Middle Ages Scotland posed many problems for the English kings. Numerous attempts to conquer the country of the highlanders constantly failed, and it was not until 1707 that the wild Scottish pearl adorned the British crown. Continue reading

Sights of Tallinn

On the northeast coast of the Baltic Sea is the city of Tallinn – the capital of the Republic of Estonia. This city is rightly considered to be a unique medieval city that has survived to our days. The whole face of the city, a fortress wall, towers, cobbled streets, make us think that the time for this city has stopped in place, and it does not want to return at the present time. But of course, in reality this is not at all the case. Continue reading

Sights of Spain

Spain is considered to be one of the warmest countries in Europe. From all ends of our vast planet, tourists come here to sunbathe, swim in the sea, as well as get acquainted with the traditions of the Spanish people and their cultural and architectural heritage. If you look at Spain, you can see that it represents a large historical open-air museum, which is surrounded by a ring of sea beaches and resort areas, which are considered to be among the best in Europe. Continue reading