Articles with tag: sergeydolya

Many people say that global warming is an invention by environmentalists. Personally, I believe that the volatility of human activity could not pass without leaving a mark. In varying degrees, it has caused climate change, and confirmation of this can be seen with the naked eye. Briksdal...
Promenade in Nice from a birds eye view: The promenade is called the English Boulevard. There are plenty of hotels, palaces, casinos and other facilities. All the buildings are located on the odd side of the street: There are a lot of people: There is a lot of crime on the waterfront...
Nice surprised with great dominance of the Russian language. Banner in Russian hangs on the central square, almost all the menus in the restaurants are duplicated for the Russians. And if Cannes is a quiet place with cozy streets, Nice is a big bustling city with a noisy crowd and wide...
Vesuvius is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world. Mankind remembers its more than 80 eruptions, the most famous of which occurred in 79 AD and destroyed Pompeii. During my previous visit to Naples , I went to the excavations of Pompeii, and this time I climbed Vesuvius and looked...
Mykonos, in many respects, outperforms  Santorini . Beaches here are much better and there are much more of them; no need to climb 15 minutes up on a donkey or stand in line for a cable car to get from the sea to the city. There are no crowds of tourists, and at the same time...
In my previous articles, I wrote about the modern symbols of Kyoto , and now I will dissect the historical ones. Among them are the Rock Garden of the  Ryoan-ji Temple (the Temple of the Dragon at Peace), the Golden Temple (pavilion)  Kinkaku-ji and Fushimi Inari ...
I came to  Oman  by the invitation of the Ministry of Tourism of Oman together with several journalists and a good friend of mine. We spent 4 days there in total and managed to go around half of the country. I will begin the story with our visit to the desert. This year it is...
The seaplane turned out to be a lot smaller than I imagined. Inside it was similar to the shabby cab of a taxi driver than to the board of the plane. There were six of us, including the pilot. We have jammed into it, sat densely, I felt heavy breath of the old man sitting behind.  Then we...
Katakolon  is a port of  Olympia , the birthplace of the Olympic Games. The city consists of one street and the population is only 600 people. Local guides like to joke: - Do you know what the highest building in our city is? - No! What? - Your ship! There are about 3000 people...
The floating markets are a rare form of commerce mostly inherent in the countries of Southeast Asia. Vietnam is one of them. Fruits are tied to a long stick above the trade barges. You can buy them if you moor to these barges … We got to the market early in the morning when all the traders...

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