Seven wonders of the world: Temple of Artemis in Ephesus
Temple of Artemis in Ephesus — an ancient temple built in the ancient Greek city of Ephesus (in our days — the city of Selcuk in Turkey). The temple was…

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Mosh krechun — one Santa Claus in the two countries
In the article "Winter wizards in different countries of the world" we have already told about Santa Claus from Moldova and Romania. This nice old man named Moshe Craciun (father…

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Iron Budenovets in Stavropol
The monument, erected to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the liberation of Stavropol from the whites — is one of the most recognizable and famous symbols of the city of…

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Meshchersky Park in Moscow

Surprisingly, Meshchersky Park has a rich and interesting history. At different times, the territory of the modern Park was visited by many famous personalities of Russian history – from Ivan the terrible to Bulat Okudzhava and Semyon Budyonny. There were also famous foreigners: Napoleon and Quentin Tarantino. And in our days on the trails Meshchersky Park you can often see Roman Abramovich.

Park Meschersky
Since time immemorial, the forest grows on the territory of the modern Meshchersky Park. In XVI century in this forest the first Tsar of all Russia Ivan the terrible arranged falconry. Later this territory was occupied by the possessions of famous noble clans (Trubetskoy, Dolgorukov, Tretyakov, Pushkin). Continue reading

Family visa
In recent years, the term "family visa"can be heard more often in the tourism sector. However, this term is often used, implying completely different concepts. Let's sort out the confusion!…

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5 ideas of romantic dates in St. Petersburg
In one of the housing complexes of the Moscow district of St. Petersburg, a small Parisian corner was equipped. Among the Russian residential skyscrapers is the French skyscraper-a smaller copy…

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Seven wonders of the world: mausoleum of Halicarnassus
Mausoleum-a monument-tomb or burial structure, where the remains of famous and famous people. But how did the name "mausoleum"appear? It turns out that the word "mausoleum" comes from the name…

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