Archive | 2013
Galapagos Islands

The exotic Galapagos islands

The Galapagos Islands is an archipelago consisting 13 volcanic islands, 6 smaller ones and 107 islets and rocks. The first of these are formed 5-190 million years ago as a result of tectonic activity in the area. New islands, Isabela and Fernandina are still being formulated through the most recent volcanic eruption of 1998. The […]

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Visit the Grand Canyon in Arizona

The sheer length and impressive canyons carved by the Colorado River, Arizona is located in the United States and is the largest in the world. The Grand Canyon is one of the most spectacular natural wonders and teaches many scientists about the history of the world. In 1919, it was declared as the National Park […]

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Antarctic, Penguin

Antarctic | Frozen beauty

Antarctica is the most southern continent on Earth, which is the geographic South Pole. It is surrounded by the Southern Ocean and has an area of ​​14 million square kilometers, making it the fifth largest continent of the world, after Asia, Africa, North and South America. Approximately 98% of the surface of Antarctic is covered […]

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Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York

Statue of Liberty | New York, USA

The hallmark of New York city is the Statue of Liberty, which dominates the entrance of the harbor area and depicts the Liberty as a female, commanding figure holding a lit torch. She was placed in the small island Liberty and has a height of 46.5 meters, which is doubled because of the delicate base. […]

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A little bit of the magic of London theatre

If you’re heading to London’s reputable Theatreland, then expect to be hit with an almost dizzying number of shows. It’s an arresting sight – the blinking lights and gargantuan posters advertising star-studded, exciting productions, from moving Shakespearean tragedies to toe-tapping musicals. And, amidst all of these shows comes the potentially off-putting price of a night […]

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The Wave, Arizona

Amazing rock formations

The Wave is an amazing rock formation in the border states of Arizona and Utah, USA. It is a particularly popular destination for those who love hiking and photography, as well as colorful wavy shapes formed by the rocks offer a unique spectacle. The Wave is made of sandstone, sedimentary rock composed mainly of sand, […]

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Canazei, Italy

Canazei | A fairytale Italian village

The Northern Italy, can easily brag, of the most beautiful mountain villages which are well hidden in the Dolomites. One of them is the famous Canazei, primarily for lovers of winter holidays and skiing. Particularly a hospitable place and one of the most picturesque in the region, this village has wonderful natural landscapes, traditional homes […]

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Claude Monet house, Giverny, France

The fairytale garden of Monet

If you are one the people who while admiring a beautiful painting you dreamed of being a part of it, then you have to visit the house and gardens of the famous painter Claude Monet in Giverny province in northern France. The founder of Impressionism and famous for its dreamy landscapes that were reflected in […]

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Toledo

Toledo | The city loved by El Greco

Toledo is a city that inspired El Greco to live and thrive there until his death and belongs to the list of monuments of cultural heritage by UNESCO. A city that harmoniously married three religions and cultures, the Arab, the Jewish and the Christians and was the spiritual capital of the Iberian. Just 70 km […]

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Travel guide

Survival guide for tourists

Even though you might have travelled a lot, feeling comfortable when located into foreign lands, there are some general rules that everyone should have in mind before leaving for other states or other places and other more specific and concrete, depending on the destination, anyone should care to get informed before the departure gate at […]

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