Commonly known as “Dracula’s Castle” this amazing building was the home of the title character in Bram Stoker’s Dracula. There is, however, no evidence that Stoker knew anything about this castle, which has only tangential associations with Vlad III, the putative inspiration for Dracula.
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If you’re looking for paradise, you just found it and its called Sénanque Abbey! Wondering why? Keep reading!
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The title of our post must have associated you of some event in Poland during the autumn but you’re not even close on discovering what the golden autumn in Poland really means, so just keep on reading and find out!
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Goli Otok also called Barren or naked Island, as former inmate Josip Zoretic describes it in his book Hell in the Adriatic, was a prison camp, a Yugoslav gulag and few people knew about it.
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We’ve seen the rabbit island, the cat island and now it’s the ponies turn to show us their island of Foula in Britain, which has more fairy tale-like miniature ponies than human inhabitants.
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Travelling to Miyake-jima in Japan requires a special accessory in your suitcase – a gas mask. You may wonder why?
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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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Prohodna or also called the God’s eyes cave really emphasize the ability of nature to create almost unbelievable places which become attractive tourist attraction because of their unusual looks.
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Iurie Belegurschi is a landscape photographer based in Iceland and founder of the most popular photo tour company here, Iceland photo tours.
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With temperatures that reach even – 71.2C, this Russian village located along the Indigirka River, 30 km northwest of Tomtor on the Kolyma Highway, gets the first award for the coldest place on Earth.
Continue reading This is Oymyakon, the coldest place on Earth