11 disappeared countries that existed some 100 years ago
The world map today looks a little different than a hundred years ago. The reasons? Starting from the collapse of ancient empires to the renaming of exotic places. ● Tibet…

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10 unfinished sights in the world
To complete the construction of a large-scale facility may take years and decades of hard work, as well as a lot of finance. That is why some historical sights have…

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And where to go travel
Whether you are traveling alone, with your other half or with a group, it doesn't matter - in any case, exploring our wonderful world is one of the best ways…

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9 stunning natural wonders of the Middle East
When we think of the Middle East, the first thing that comes to mind is endless deserts, dunes and luxurious oases. However, this part of the world boasts some of…

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Bulgaria is a state of Southeast Europe
The variety of climatic conditions and geographic zones has made Bulgaria one of the best places to relax. In a relatively small area of ​​the state, more than 50 resorts…

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10 legendary lost cities that were found

We are still unable to find the underwater grave of Atlantis, the golden streets of Eldorado or the mountains of Shangri-La. It is possible that they probably never existed at all. But there are real places that were considered lost forever, but were found. They were not just myths – they just waited for them to be found.

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12 interesting alternatives to major tourist destinations

Of course, no one says that a trip to Paris or Rome is banal, but sometimes the best vacation can be spent in unexplored and not the most “promoted” places. Note to the tourist: here are 12 alternatives to major tourist cities that are worth considering.

1. Colmar (France) instead of Venice

Why do you need an expensive walk on a Venetian gondola – visit Colmar, one of the most romantic European cities. It looks like a city, descended from the pages of fairy tales Andersen. Continue reading

10 most extreme travel in the world

Get to know the most extreme places on our planet. Can you pick up some tour?

● Mountain Thor, Canada
Thor (1675 m) is the steepest mountain in the world. It has a vertical vertical wall at 1250 m with an angle of about 105 degrees. Although the mountain is located in a remote region (Nunavut), it is a popular place for desperate climbers. Continue reading