Posts Tagged ‘Europe’

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Mount Etna, Sicily.

Mount Etna is located on the island of Sicily in Italy. It is interesting to know that Etna volcano is a self-formed volcano. 600 thousand years ago in its place was the bay. Today, Etna Volcano is the largest active volcano in Europe and thus arouses interest among travellers. Mount Etna is inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List.

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Belgrade, Serbia.

Belgrade is the beautiful capital of Serbia. Belgrade is named after the white-stone fortress, which the Romans built in 33 BC. The city of Belgrade has a long and somewhat sad history. But today it is a modern youth city in which it is nice to come for the weekend. I would even call Belgrade a city of fun. 😉  The answer to the question: “Why?”, Read in the previous article “7 facts about Belgrade and Serbs that surprised me!”

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Siena, Italy.

Siena is one of my favourite cities in the Tuscany region in Italy. Siena is a small city that combines a centuries-old history and beautiful architecture. Siena is known all over the world for its medieval brick buildings, photos of which you have probably seen at least once in one of the travel magazines.

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Cologne (Köln), Germany.

Living in the city of Düsseldorf, I very often went to Cologne, usually for inspiration. This happened for the reason, because in Cologne there is a large community of creative people that you can meet while strolling along the streets. Both of these cities are beautiful, but only in Cologne I could relax, rest and be inspired.

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Bonn, Germany.

The German City Bonn is known to the world as the city where the great composer Ludwig van Beethoven was born. That is why in Bonn at every step you will meet various monuments, houses and other attractions related to Beethoven.

I really liked Bonn. A small German town in which it is pleasant to stroll along the streets, admire the architecture, visit the local sights and look at the university where was studied Friedrich Nietzsche.

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What to do in Düsseldorf, Germany.

As I said in the previous article, the German City of Düsseldorf is not a tourist city, but nevertheless offers its guests many interesting places to visit.

In Düsseldorf you can entertain yourself by visiting various museums, concerts, theatres, gardens, etc.

I made for you the top 8 attractions of Düsseldorf, which are definitely worth a visit. 

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11 interesting facts about life in Düsseldorf.

I’ll begin my story about Germany from Dusseldorf! Dusseldorf is exactly the city in which we lived for several months of winter. If you do not take into account the weather conditions in this city, and the time of year in which we settled there, then we can say that Düsseldorf is a wonderful city and I fell in love with it with all my heart.

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New Year in Vienna, Austria.

New Year in Vienna, Austria. Do you want to fly to Vienna for the New Year holidays? And if yes, what you can do there?

Have you already celebrate the New Year in one of the European countries? If so, you can already imagine about what awaits you, namely, fireworks in the main squares, various street festivals, Christmas fairs and a crowd of people.

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Cappadocia, Turkey.

Cappadocia. Have you ever fly in a balloon? Have you ever seen a hilly area created by nature, by breaking and weathering of volcanic rocks? Have you ever meet a sunrise and admire hundreds of balloons at the same time goes to the skies?

About this and many other things I will tell you in this article. So, I introduce you an amazing area, which is located on the territory of modern Turkey – Cappadocia!