Articles with tag: sergeydolya

After I visited the royal automobile museum of the King of Jordan, everybody advised me to visit the same museum of the Prince of Monaco. By a happy coincidence, I did it last week. The museum is really big and has an impressive collection of old and sports cars. Till 2012 it was even bigger but...
I was invited to Formula 1 by my friend, the sponsor of the Red Bull team. The Monaco Grand Prix is considered to be the most prestigious race. Here comes a great number of yachts and fans of motorsport. The route passes directly on streets. This time competition was especially interesting. The...
Monaco is a tiny state in western Europe surrounded by France at all borders. The area of the territory is only 1.2 sq. miles (2 sq. km). In Greek “Monaco” means something similar to "on its own". There is a legend that Monaco was founded by Heracles during his wanderings. Today Monaco is one of...
6 weeks before the Monaco Grand Prix, the country begins to build up stands, and the main highways of the country are fenced off with steel protections. After the race, 2 weeks are spent on dismantling all the constructions. I was in Monaco a few weeks before the race and I will show you photos of...
If you think you’re successful and wealthy, you’re welcome to visit Monaco and realize you’re not. :) Where else can you find Bentley and Ferrari rental in the little kiosk on the quay? Monaco is the second smallest country after Vatican. Generally speaking, Monaco is one bay hidden between high...
90's flash mobs are very popular now and in my last review about Svalbard, I offered to take you back in time to the village of  Pyramiden. This village was abandoned in 1997 and has since become a popular attraction for tourists to witness the untouched preservation of Soviet era...
Opposite the polar  Pyramiden , on the other side of the fjord, there is one of the most beautiful glaciers of Spitsbergen - Nordenskiold Glacier. Both the bay and the glacier are named after Adolf Erik Nordenskiold, a Swedish scientist/ geologist, explorer and navigator. He is...
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. The first impression of the city is painful traffic jams and overwhelming heat, compensated by the wealth of architectural marvels in the city center: Neo-Moorish, Tudor, and local styles coexist perfectly with Islamic architecture. The city is in...
Pyramiden  is a dormant Russian settlement in  Svalbard . Up until 1998, it was the northernmost coal mining district in the world. After many years it was closed because of a combination of circumstances: a fire in the mine caused problems when it came to extinguishing the...
Pyramiden  is a village built in the USSR for its access to the coal mines in Spitsbergen. It is now dormant because the mine was closed. Now, almost 20 years later, the village has begun to open up to tourists and, in the future, plans to convert it into a tourist site. We had the...

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