Articles with tag: Nefer

Let's continue our tour of Bergen (Why Do People Love Bergen? Version Number One)!  Bergen is the second largest city in Norway (in terms of area). The medieval port quarter and the waterfront are on the UNESCO World Heritage list. What else do we know about Bergen? I know nothing. You can...
Alexandria Park in Saint Petersburg was wonderful. It is located not far from the Peterhof. It was a residence of the wife of Emperor Nicholas I, Alexandra. The park and buildings were designed by Englishmen. The territory is large enough, though it is well maintained. Everything is very...
We were on the celebration of the Day of the Russian Navy. People were standing in a queue to get the Mexican vessel. There was a protest on the Field of Mars. Here's a lantern on the waterfront on the Panteleimonovsky Bridge. Here's another lantern nearby the Academy of Arts and Industry...
This is Vosstaniya Square in Saint Petersburg. We took a walk along Nevsky Prospect and Liteyny Avenue. There are many wooden doors in the city. This one is in Uzbek style. The cathedral is called - The Cathedral of the Lord's Transfiguration of all the Guards. Guns captured from the Russian...
In this review, you can find unpopular sights of Saint Petersburg , fragments of interesting buildings and unusual monuments. We started our walk from Pravdy Street. Here's the Institute of Film and Television. The building was built as a parish school. This is Alexander Nevsky...
In 2008 we went to Oslo, many people could not understand our choice. What is there to do? We should go to  Bergen ! This year, before we reached Norway, we constantly heard the question: "Are you going to visit Bergen?" I didn't understand why they asked about Bergen all the time? But it...
Geiranger Fjord  is one of the most beautiful fjords in Norway. More than a hundred cruise ships and smaller vessels come here every year. The population of the village is about 300 people. In the summer, the number of residents increases sevenfold. In the picture, you can see a view...
This is the continuation of the review about my first day in  Hanoi . The first part of the review can be found here. Ngokshon Pagoda was built in the 19th century, on an island in the northern part of  Hoan Kiem Lake . In some guidebooks, the pagoda is called the Shrine of the Jade...
Having arrived from the airport, I settled in a hotel and went for a walk. All life in  Hanoi is concentrated around  Hoan Kiem Lake . There’s the Old Town to the north, the French Quarter to the south, and the road and the river to the east. I came to Hang Dieu Street. First...
The Temple of Literature  in  Hanoi , dedicated to Confucius, was built in 1070 by Emperor Li Thanh Tong. In 1076, the first University in Vietnam was opened nearby. The building of the university was destroyed, but the temple has been preserved very well. The architecture is...

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