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Omsk, A Regional Hub for Western Siberia

October 2, 2015 |

Omsk is the capital of Omsk Oblast, Siberia, and is a territorial center point for Western Siberia and the Altai mountains in Russia, and in addition northern Kazakhstan. Established in 1716 as a post on the Imperial Russia’s extending southern … Read More

Krasnodar, The Most Important Historical and Cultural Centers of Southern Russian

October 2, 2015 |

Portion Krasnodar is the capital of Krasnodar Krai. The city is one the most vital recorded and social centers of Southern Russian and Northern Caucasus locale. Krasnodar was established in 1794 by the Black Sea Cossacks, under the direction of … Read More

Irkutsk, One of the Biggest Cities in Siberia

October 2, 2015 |

Irkutsk is capital of the Russian territory of Irkutsk Oblast in Eastern Siberia. In the mid nineteenth century, numerous Russian specialists, officers and nobles were sent into outcast to Siberia as far as concerns them in the Decembrist rebel against … Read More

Adler, The Historic and Administrative Center of Adler District

October 2, 2015 |

Adler is the center of Adler area and is a piece of Greater Sochi. Adler is the memorable and authoritative focal point of Adler region. It is situated in 22 kilometers from the focal point of Sochi and is 7 … Read More

The Baroque Style Architecture in Chernivtsi

September 29, 2015 |

Chernivtsi is a city in Western Ukraine. Chernivtsi like every city in the region has long and complicated history. The city was always very multinational, groups of Jews, Ukrainians, Romanians, Germans, Poles, Roma, etc. mixed here. The old town is mainly of Baroque style. Most of Chernivtsi’s attractions are located within the historical centre. Some of the centre is a pedestrian zone, here are the highlights:Read More

The Dramatic Peaks of the Hazards in Freycinet National Park

September 4, 2015 |

Freycinet National Park is on the East Coast of Tasmania. It consists of knuckles of granite mountains all but surrounded by azure bays and white sand beaches. The dramatic peaks of the Hazards welcome you as you enter the park. Freycinet National Park offers a wide variety of activities. Here are the highlights:Read More

The Extensively Rebuilt City of Donetsk

September 4, 2015 |

Donetsk is a city in Eastern Ukraine, it is the fifth largest city in the country. After the war, the city was extensively rebuilt, losing its original layout and architecture reminiscent of British towns. Here are the highlights:
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Togo, A Charming Country in West Africa

September 4, 2015 |

Togo is a narrow country in West Africa, sandwiched between Ghana on the west and Benin on the east. Togo is a charming country, but most of the charm comes from the charming people; this is a small country with a small number of small attractions. Perhaps the most alluring part of the country is the hardest to get to—the hilly and sparsely populated north. Here are the highlights:Read More

Yalta, A Resort Town On the Crimea Peninsula

September 4, 2015 |

Yalta is a resort town on the Crimea peninsula in Russia. Yalta is a kitschy place, with heritage going back to the 19th century and its use as an exclusive sanatorium and also to communist-era mass tourism. Today mass tourism still sustains the city, which is understandable given its beautiful surroundings and proximity to many of Crimea’s major sights. Here are the highlights:Read More

Ventspils, The Latvian Flower Capital

September 4, 2015 |

Ventspils is a city on the western coast of Latvia and one of Europe’s busiest ports. Ventspils is the Latvian flower capital and is adorned with flowers from spring till autumn. Even the City Festival on the first weekend of August is a time when florists from the Baltic States cover Promenade of Ostas iela with carpets of flowers. Here are the highlights:Read More