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Tivat
Tivat is a chamber town located in the Boka Kotorska Bay of the Adriatic Sea. Located on the Vrmac peninsula, it is the smallest administrative center of Montenegro, covering an…

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Bangla road
Phuket's most famous Bangla Road wakes up with sunset. For transport, a red light comes on, indicating that the time has come for dancing, unbridled fun and sexual pleasure. The…

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Palermo

Palermo is the capital of Sicily, spread out at the foot of Mount San Pelegrino, and the largest port on the northwest coast. The city is often called an open-air museum that preserves the treasures of the Roman and Greek empires, as well as the heritage of the original Normans and Arabs.

Palermo’s seething energy manifests itself in everything – an endless stream of cars, brilliant fashionable hotels and restaurants, narrow streets, where residents from neighboring houses can easily say hello walking out onto the balcony, old fountains, a heap of architectural forms from different eras, in sirens of carabinieri cars chasing the mafia. Tourists either forever fall in love with this southern chaos with the smell of salty sea and oranges, or never come back here again.

Palermo is a city of palaces, churches and monasteries. What sins the locals wanted to repent by building so many houses of God, they know only. Continue reading

Rhodes

Rhodes is one of the most popular Greek islands. In ancient times, it was located on trade routes. Due to its favorable geographical position, the island was repeatedly captured. At different times, it was owned by Turks, Hellenes, Phoenicians, Persians and Knights of the Order of the Ioannites, therefore, in Rhodes, a mixture of different cultures is still felt. It manifests itself in architecture, the mentality of its inhabitants and even gastronomic habits.

The island received its name in honor of a nymph named Rhodes, who was the beloved of the sun god Helios. In honor of their patron, the islanders erected the Colossus – one of the “Seven Wonders of the World.” The height of the statue exceeded 35m. However, due to a strong earthquake in 222 (226) BC. Continue reading

Catania
Catania is the capital of the province of the same name, a major commercial and tourist center on the island of Sicily. The port city, washed by the waters of…

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Mirissa
Mirissa is a small resort in southern Sri Lanka between Matara and Weligama. The town arose thanks to tourists who chose a picturesque beach and made it a rule to…

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Bangla road
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Italy's 8 most romantic honeymoon destinations and more
There is such an expression "Italian passion." It is in this country that ardent feelings between lovers resemble the erupting Etna, hot noon on the beach or strong espresso. Perhaps…

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