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Vladimir is one of the most ancient cities of the Russian Federation. The city is located on the Klyazma River. For the first time it is mentioned in chronicles dating from the X-XII century. Active development of the city began in the middle of the XII century.
The tourism sector in Vladimir is well developed. Here tourists can choose from various trips around the city and the surrounding area. Those who wish can visit the museums – there are about 20 of them in the city. About twenty hotels, plus several dozens of mini-hotels, work. So the traveler will be able to find both cheap and relative luxury hotels. Most of the hotels are located in the center, so getting to the sights will be easy. For tourists in Vladimir there are cafes and restaurants with different prices. They are scattered throughout the city, and you don’t have to roam for a long time in search of food. But most of the cafes and restaurants are concentrated on Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street – the central promenade, next to which are the main attractions of Vladimir. Continue reading
You work – there is no time to travel, you do not work – there is nothing to travel. There is a sadder option: you work, and you have no time to travel, and there’s nothing … money is barely enough for a modest life, but you really want to scratch your wombat’s belly, mark the Fjord Day with the Vikings and taste the mysterious durian.
It seems to be an enchanted circle from which there is no salvation? Not at all! To see foreign beauties it is not necessary to be the heir to the oil magnate or turn into a parasite. And it’s not necessary to be a business travel genius like Artemy Lebedev or Ilya Varlamov. There are a thousand and one examples of how people combine wanderings and earnings. You just need to change the angle a little.
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Berlin is an urban metropolis where historical sights coexist with modern architecture. Here, typical Germanism of pedantry is surprisingly combined with an atmosphere of lightness and ease, which is why the German capital is often called the city of freedom.
A list of what to see interesting in Berlin can be listed for a very long time, but we tried to highlight the 10 most interesting places.
During the Cold War, Germany was divided into two parts – East and West. To mark the borders along the entire capital built the Berlin Wall. And in the fall of 2019, the Germans celebrated the 30th anniversary of its fall, when Germany again became a single state. In some areas of the city, parts of the wall were saved and turned into a kind of installation. Continue reading