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Five Facts About Leipzig 1. Leipzig made media history in 1650, when it was the city where the very first newspaper was published. The work of Timotheus Ritzsch, a printer and book merchant who wanted to present the news... 0 Comments
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The Warley Museum. Maybe the Smallest One
The Warley Museum. Maybe the Smallest One
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Strange Laws From All Around the World
Strange Laws From All Around the World
1. If you are a parent in California you ought to know that telling you kid not to play in puddles of water is against the law. Literally. 2. In Florence it is forbidden to eat or drink ...
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Thinking the World in Numbers
Thinking the World in Numbers
The Great Wall of China is 21,196 km long and no, you can not see it from space, it is just a myth. But still it is the largest structure ever built on Earth. More than 40 percent of the ...
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Local Traditions You Maybe Didn't Know
Local Traditions You Maybe Didn't Know
Every year of March 12 in China is the National Tree Planting Day. It is on this very day that millions simply try to make their streets and town greener, an idea that should be embraced by ...
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Strange Laws From All Around the World
Strange Laws From All Around the World
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Travelling Around the World
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Facts of the World
Facts of the World
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All Around the World
All Around the World
1. The safest country in Europe is Norway. 2. Bolivia has no more, no less than 37 official languages, including Bolivian Sign Language, several extinct dialects and, of course, Spanish. ...
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Seven Facts About New York City
Seven Facts About New York City
1. Many like to call it by it's most famous nickname, the Big Apple, but in the past the city's name was New Amsterdam. It was later conquered by the English from the Dutch and in 1664 was ...
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Travelling to South Korea
Travelling to South Korea
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Travelling to Argentina – Sights to Remember
Travelling to Argentina – Sights to Remember
Argentina has a mainland are of 2 780 400 km2, so it is the eight largest country in the world and the second larges in South America. With it's 23 provinces, it's capital is Buenos Aires ...
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The Iasi National Theatre
The Iasi National Theatre
Five Facts You Maybe Didn't Know About the Iasi National Theatre 1. This is actually the oldest National Theatre of Romania, and was founded in 1840. According to historians, at the ...
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The Rope Street - One of the Narrowest Ever
The Rope Street - One of the Narrowest Ever
It is but a long and narrow street in Brasov, Romania, connecting two much larger medieval street, the Cerbului Street and the Poarta Schei Street (translated as the Stag Street and the ...
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Five Landmarks to See in Bucharest
Five Landmarks to See in Bucharest
1. The Romanian Atheneum - instantly recognisable, this old and elegant concert hall is not only one of the most beautiful cultural landmarks of Bucharest, but also a symbol of the timeless ...
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The Arch of Triumph in Bucharest
The Arch of Triumph in Bucharest
One of the oldest and most impressive architectural monuments of the Romanian capital, Arcul de Triumf can be found on the Kiseleff boulevard, at the intersection with another two large ...
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The Vintgar Gorge in Slovenia
The Vintgar Gorge in Slovenia
According to local stories, this splendid and savage place near Gorje, about 65 km from Ljubljana, was actually discovered at the end of the 19th century by the Mayor of Gorje and a local ...
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The Lavender Museum in Provence
The Lavender Museum in Provence
Or if you like better the French name (which also sounds more promising) Musee de la Lavande in Coustellet, Provence, maybe a museum which most do not know about, and surely wouldn't think ...
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Cremona - the City of Violins
Cremona - the City of Violins
While it may not be among the top Italian tourist attractions, the city of Cremona is well known worldwide due to the role it played in the history of classical music. For Cremona is without ...
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The Horses' Waterfall in Maramures
The Horses' Waterfall in Maramures
Being one of the most impressive and also one of the tallest (even if not as well known as it should be) waterfalls of Romania, and surely a sight to behold and a tourist attraction to ...
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The Gabroveni Inn in Bucharest
The Gabroveni Inn in Bucharest
An old and impressive building on Lipscani Street in the Old Center of Bucharest, this bicentennial structure dates is one of the most easily recognisable and popular tourist landmarks in ...
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