15 bright new hotels from around the world
Located on a remote island or in a secluded corner of the country, the hotels of the world do everything so that tourists can spend an unforgettable vacation. Since exclusive…

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The best beaches of Bali for relaxation
Bali has a reputation as a place where you can truly escape from reality, dream and relax. This magnificent island attracts with its remoteness from megalopolises, clean air and exotic…

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5 world monuments, the mysteries of which have not yet been solved
Nowadays, it seems that the modern world is more than ever open to study. Space exploration, functional gadgets and 3D technology - we have proven that we can do everything.…

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5 world monuments, the mysteries of which have not yet been solved

Nowadays, it seems that the modern world is more than ever open to study. Space exploration, functional gadgets and 3D technology – we have proven that we can do everything. It is difficult to imagine how our ancestors lived on Earth before technological progress.

Although mankind has stepped far forward, many secrets of the ancient world are still beyond our reach. The majestic Stonehenge, the ancient Mayan settlement, the pompous Peter, the grand Terracotta army, the silent “inhabitants” of Easter Island – who and how created these legends, scientists find out to this day. We will tell you about the most impressive places, the appearance of which is attributed to an extraterrestrial character.

Stonehenge Monolith Observatory (UK)
Around the megalithic structure there are many speculations in the circles of researchers. At different times, the creation of the observatory was attributed either to the wizard Merlin, or to the ancient Romans, and some modern scholars believe that Stonehenge is the shrine of the Druids. According to the latest data, Stonehenge is a little younger than the pyramids in Egypt by age. Presumably it was built four thousand years ago. Continue reading

Vinobrani Festivals in Prague

September in the Czech Republic is the time of the traditional festival “Vinobrani” – the festival of young wine.

Almost all of September, residents and guests of Prague can attend many events dedicated to Czech wines and try the products of local wineries, including Burchak – a drink from grape must that has begun to ferment, which Czechs love not only for good taste, but also for healthy ones cleansing properties.

We have prepared for you information about the Vinobrani festivals in Prague – fairs, tastings, exhibitions and festive events that you can visit during your stay in the Czech capital in the first month of autumn. Entrance to most events is free.

Vinobrani near the Eden shopping center
For the past seven years, the Vinobrani festival has been taking place on the square near the Eden shopping center, during which guests of the festival can taste the famous Czech burchak and various sorts of wines produced in the country’s 12 best distilleries. The wineries whose products are presented at this celebration are selected by the jury of the prestigious Král Vín competition. Continue reading

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