Cathedrals and churches in Tallinn: a variety of architecture and creeds
If you look at Tallinn from the observation deck, it becomes obvious: the image of the Old Town is created by ancient cathedrals and numerous churches. Most of them are…

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Thermal underwear for tourists: it will warm in the cold and refresh in the heat
If you want your trip to be not only interesting and full of impressions, but also comfortable, then you need to take care of the right clothes and equipment in…

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Latvia
Territory and population The area of ​​Latvia is about 64 thousand square kilometers. The population is 2.5 million people: 58% of Latvians, 29% of Russians, 4% of Belarusians, as well…

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Sharjah

Sharjah is a 10-minute drive on a multi-lane, modern highway from Dubai. Two cities are separated by a single border – Al-Khan Bay. In the old days there was a strong current in the bay, during high tide, water flooded large areas, disrupting communication between cities. There were two villages between Sharjah and Dubai. Abu Hail, which is now part of the Deira district, and all that remains of it is the watchtowers on the Dubai side of the bay, built by Sheikh Sharjah in the middle of the last century to oversee the expansion of Dubai and Al-Khan – it has survived to this day in its original form and is located at the base of the bay. Sharjah has great beaches, hotels for every taste and budget. The most beautiful and largest Continue reading

Tibet Attractions

Lhasa is the capital of Tibet. Main attractions: – the central temple of Jokhang, – palaces of Potala. And Norbulinka – the winter and summer residence of the Dalai Lama, – Barkor – a traditional tour around the old holy city, – the monasteries of Drepung and Sera, the largest in Tibet. – Mentsikhang – Institute of Tibetan Medicine. The name of the city is translated as “Abode of the Gods.” Lhasa is located at an altitude of 3650 m. In the heart of the old city is located Jokhang Temple (which means “Buddha House”). It was built in the 7th century by the emperor Songtsen Gampo to place a precious Buddha statue that was brought to Tibet by one of his wives, a Chinese princess. The statue became the greatest religious relic of Tibet. Around the temple in the Barkhor district are several more old temples and a colorful oriental market. The legendary Continue reading

Belize

In the late classical period of Mayan civilization (towards the end of the 1st millennium AD), approx. 400 thousand people. At the beginning of the 16th century, when Europeans landed here, some Mayan tribes still lived on the coastal lowlands. The Spaniards tried to penetrate into the internal regions of Belize, but were forced to abandon these intentions, having met with strong opposition from the Mayans. In 1638, English pirates attacking Spanish ships settled on the coast of Belize. Later, British settlers engaged in the harvesting of campus wood, from which the substance used in the manufacture of dyes for fabrics and which was of great importance for the wool-spinning industry in Europe was extracted. The Spaniards allowed settlers to occupy this territory and conduct logging, demanding in exchange assistance in the Continue reading

Everything you need to know about holidays in Thailand
Thailand has always been associated with exotic, warm climate and paradise beaches. And all this is true. And it’s a vibrant nightlife, impressive monuments of antiquity and amazing opportunities for…

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Fitness tour - every day!
Is spending time on vacation interesting and beneficial to health? Easy! Join the most fashionable destination among modern travelers and go on a fitness tour. New experiences guaranteed. And also…

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How to choose fly fishing gear for successful fishing
Fly fishing tackle for beginners Fly fishing is a very special tackle, significantly different from others. It should be selected based on the specific fishing conditions and the type of…

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Belize
In the late classical period of Mayan civilization (towards the end of the 1st millennium AD), approx. 400 thousand people. At the beginning of the 16th century, when Europeans landed…

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