Dracula’s hometown located in the heart of Romania, Sighisoara is a small charming place covering the historic region of the country, with a population of 28,102 according to the 2011 census.
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In the Cappadocia region of Turkey there is a town called Derinkuyu and beneath Derinkuyu there is a city, vast and deep, of ancient design, preserved to this day.
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For those of you who haven’t been in Cologne during winter time I must say you’ve missed a lot! But nothing’s lost because you still have the time before Christmas to pack your suitcases and visit the most beautiful city in Germany.
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Most people outside Bulgaria don’t know how diverse and beautiful one of the latest member of the EU is.
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You must imagine the City of Dead as a haunted, scary and empty place but you’re wrong because this place is a home to almost half million people.
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There are a lot of interesting attractions around the World and so much little time for us to see it all. One of those amazing architectures and objects are fountains which became one of the main attractions that tourists want to see while traveling.
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Today we decided to write about something you may or may haven’t heard of. It’s a way of taking photos, called frog’s perspective.
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Once you’ve fall in love with Hamburg and Salzburg, it’s time to start falling in love with something new, like Pamukkale.
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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is the only one whose location has not been definitively established.
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Pompeii was an ancient Roman city located in the Campania region of Italy. It was destroyed and buried under volcanic ash in AD 79 from the eruption of volcano Mount Vesuvius.
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