January 18, 2018

Five of Rome’s Attractions, Free to Visit

Five of Rome’s Attractions, Free to Visit

Rome and Vatican has some wonderful attractions which are free to visit. Pantheon Pantheon is one of the greatest monuments of the Roman Empire. “Temple of all the gods” – a powerful marble building with mighty columns, to praise the Roman deities. Previously, there were committed paga...
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Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

Health Benefits of Drinking Tea

Tea is the most widely consumed beverage after water in the world. According to teausa.com, it can be found in almost 80 percent of all American households. Here are some health benefits of drinking tea: Good for heart health Tea is found to enhance your heart health as per a study which revealed that d...
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How Old is Madeira Wine Industry?

How Old is Madeira Wine Industry?

Madeira is a fortified wine, produced in the Madeira Islands; varieties may be sweet or dry. One cannot be certain of an exact date for the beginning of the wine industry in Madeira. Its history dates back to the Age of Exploration. Back then, Madeira was a port of call for ships plying on different ...
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Vyborg – Where Russia Meets Scandinavia

Vyborg – Where Russia Meets Scandinavia

Vyborg is a picturesque town of 80,000 people in the banks of the Gulf of Finland. It is just 38 km from the Russo-Finland border. It is also only 130 km from St. Petersburg. During the last 700 years, it changed hands a number of times, moving back and forth between Sweden, Novgorod Republic, Russia, ....
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Lonely Planet’s Best City to Visit in 2016

Lonely Planet’s Best City to Visit in 2016

Lonely Planet named Kotor in Montenegro as the best city to visit in 2016. Kotor is a relatively small town of less than 15,000 people, located in the Kotor Bay. It is one of the most beautiful and best preserved fortified towns in the Mediterranean. Tourists are increasingly arriving in the city to enj...
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Bavarian Royal Palaces in Munich

Bavarian Royal Palaces in Munich

From 1180 to 1918, Bavaria was ruled by the Wittelsbach royal dynasty. The head of the family still holds the title Duke of Bavaria. They had many castles and palaces built in Bavaria. Three of these main palaces are located in Munich, capital of Bavaria. Munich Residenz The Munich Residenz (Münchner Re...
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