Macedonia or the Republic of Macedonia is a state in southeastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula. It borders on Kosovo and Serbia in the north, with Albania in the west, with Greece in the south, and Bulgaria in the east. There is no access to the sea.
In most of the territory there are ridges of medium-high mountain systems Skopska-Crna Gora, Pind, Shar (the highest point is Mount Korab (2764 m.)) And Pirin, separated by vast intermountain basins. Mountain ranges separate the valleys of the Vardar and Strumitsa rivers flowing through the whole country. In the southwest are the large lakes of Ohrid and Prespa partially belonging to Macedonia, and Continue reading
Denmark is a state in Northern Europe, a senior member of the Commonwealth of Kingdom of Denmark, which also includes the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The southernmost of the Scandinavian countries, located in the south-west of Sweden and in the south of Norway, bordering Germany by land from the south. Denmark is washed by the Baltic and North Sea. Area – 43,098 km².
The territory of the country includes the large peninsula of Jutland and 409 islands of the Danish Archipelago, 90 of which are inhabited, among which the most famous are Zeeland, Funen, North Jutland, Lolland, Falster and Bornholm. Continue reading
The city has always been known as free and independent. Even during the period of the partition of Poland, Krakow maintained its autonomy, and Polish culture and art were preserved and developed here. So it was after Poland gained independence in 1918, and when in 1945 the country became socialist.
It is worth walking along the narrow streets of the Old Town, going around its huge Market Square, visiting ancient churches, seeing the Royal Castle, dreaming over the Vistula, relaxing on the Planty, looking at the city from the height of its barrows.
Krakow is rich in attractions. For those who do not know Polish history (i.e., for ordinary tourists), the main ones are the Royal Castle, the Royal Road, the Mariacki Church, the Jagiellonian University, Planty, Continue reading