Bucharest, What To See In The Capital Of Romania


Bucharest, nicknamed “The Little Paris” for its cultural and artistic heritage created during the interwar economic growth, now Bucharest is characterized by growing new modern buildings and ancient and prestigious buildings restored to regain their beauty of yesteryear. In the northern area of Bucharest, surrounded by gardens and lakes is the Village Museum, which houses […]

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Brussels: Guide To Home In The Swamp


Brussels history. The name Brucsella (dwelling in swamps) appears for the first time in an eleventh century document that relates to events dating back 695. In the eleventh century the city was the domain of the Dukes of Brabant, who had erected a palace and a church on Coudenberg. The development of handicrafts favored following […]

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Belgrade: Visit The Capital City Of Serbia


Located at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers, where the land meets the Balkan Peninsula Pannonia, Belgrade is a city to discover a treasure chest full of treasures just waiting to be opened. The center, capital of Serbia since 1991, has approximately 1,710,000 inhabitants of very different ethnic groups, with Serbs, Montenegrins, Roma, […]

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