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Arriving into Europe – Prague

Arriving into Europe – Prague

Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic and has approximately one million inhabitants. Prague is renowned for its historic center. Among the cities of the Czech Republic, Prague has a privileged position as a metropolis, which it has been since the Middle Ages. Throughout its history it has played a representative role, yet it retains the image of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The artistic, social, cultural and political importance of Prague is evidenced both by its generous medieval foundation and by its extraordinary architectural wealth. A number of world-famous landmarks such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge with its towers, National Theater, Rudolfinum, Cubist buildings and countless styles of churches and monasteries complement the younger residential, commercial and administrative buildings built over the centuries on both banks of the Vltava. Part of this world monument is the Průhonice Park and Chateau, a unique piece of garden and landscape art. Most famous places in Prague: One of the most famous locations in Prague include the Josefov Jewish Quarter, the oldest Jewish settlement in Europe, with its beautiful buildings, a Jewish cemetery, a museum and six synagogues. In the Lesser Town, just below Prague Castle, the Church of St. Nicholas proudly rises. It is a completely unforgettable temple, a Baroque pearl with a twenty-meter-high dome, whose internal height is almost 57 meters, making it the highest Prague interior ever. Opposite Prague Castle, on the other side of the Vltava River, is one of the most famous and beautiful places in Prague. The original seat of the kings, “Vyšehrad”, offers one of the most beautiful views of Prague. To this day there are many monuments. The most important are the Basilica of St. Peter and the Vyšehrad...

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Traveling into Asia – Visiting Vietnam

Traveling into Asia – Visiting Vietnam

If there is one country in Southeast Asia that everyone has heard about long before they discover the region, it is Vietnam. Of course, such infamy was not always for the right reasons, but that is history. This is the new Vietnam and it is one of the most intoxicating destinations on earth. It is a kaleidoscope of vivid colours and subtle shades, of exotic sights and curious sounds, of compelling history and contrasting culture. Our today task is to show you that Vietnam is great destination to travel to. Nature has blessed Vietnam with a bountiful harvest. From the soaring mountains of the far north to the carpet of emerald-green rice paddies in the deep south of the Mekong Delta and defined by its curvaceous coastline, Vietnam is stunning. Climate, when to visit Vietnam’s climate is so diverse. Think frosts and occasional snow in the mountains of the north, and temperatures soaring to 40 degree Celsius om the south during the dry season. Vietnam’s weather is dictated by two monsoons, meaning double trouble on the rain front. The winter monsoon comes from the northeast between October and March, bringing damp, cool winters to all areas north of Nha Trang and dry and warm temperatures to the south. Flora and fauna Because Vietnam has such a wide range of habitats, its fauna is enormously diverse, its forest are estimated to contain more than 12 000 species, only 7000 of which have been identified. Vietnam is home to more than 275 species of mammal, 800 species of bird, 180 species of reptile and 80 species of amphibian. In Vietnam you can find 13 national parks and many more nature reserves and other protected areas (together they make approximately 3,5% of...

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