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  • One Day in Vienna

    The Schonnbrun Palace as its finest  I particularly love the gardens of this place but the entire Palace is exceptionally charming

    The Schonnbrun Palace as its finest
    I particularly love the gardens of this place but the entire Palace is exceptionally charming

    When I planned to come in Austria for a weekend, I decided to revisit Vienna again before heading to Semmering. First thing I thought in my mind was that I should also visit the places in Vienna which unfortunately I skipped, so it was very delightful to experience the other places

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  • The Semmering

    The mountains of Semmering, beautiful, astonishing and mighty

    The mountains of Semmering, beautiful, astonishing and mighty

    The entire region called Semmering has beautiful and scenic mountains, villages, and excellent roads. However what made this place very famous is the worlds very first mountain railway that is also considered a great civil engineering achievement. The railway is also recognized as a heritage site by UNESCO.

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  • The Prosperous Malta

    La Valetta, the capital of Malta is known for its unique charm, beauty and vibrancy ©UltraPanavision/flickr

    La Valetta, the capital of Malta is known for its unique charm, beauty and vibrancy ©UltraPanavision/flickr

    Malta is an island nation on the Mediterranean, Europe. It is both a European Union and Commonwealth of Nations member. It is located south of Italy, east of Tunisia and north of Libya.

    The capital and largest city is La Valletta. The entire country totally has 316 sq km and the coastline is 253 km.

    The political status of the country is republic.

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  • The Miscellaneous Cyprus

    Aphrodite's Rock, According to a legend, this was the birthplace of Aphrodite ©xlibber/flickr

    The beautiful sight of Aphrodite’s Rock(Petra tou Romiou), According to a legend, this was the birthplace of Aphrodite ©xlibber/flickr

    Cyprus is an island country situated on the Mediterranean. It is located south of Turkey, north of Egypt, northwest of Israel, west of Lebanon and Syria and east of Egypt.

    The capital and largest city of the country is Nicosia. The currency of Cyprus is Euro. The total area of the country is 9,251 sq km and the coastline is 648 km. It is a member of the European Union and The Commonwealth of Nations.

    The political status of the country is republic with an executive president.

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  • Experiencing the Small Island of Malta

    Azure Window, typical Maltese scene, Gozo as its finest. Never House/flickr

    Azure Window, typical Maltese scene, Gozo as its finest. ©Never House/flickr

    Malta is one of the most popular Mediterranean destinations of Europe. The island lies in the triangle between the south of Italy (80 km), Tunisia (285 km) and Lybia (333 km). The island is famous for its unique beaches, resorts and harbors. Valletta, the capital of Malta is a UNESCO World Heritage because of its lavishing beauty and history.

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  • Top 5 Heritage Sites of Croatia

     

    Hvar as its finest, typical Croatian view ©Dado/flickr

    Hvar as its finest, typical Croatian view ©Dado/flickr

    Croatia is one of Europe’s most idyllic and marvelous Mediterranean destinations. It has vast landscapes filled with one of a kind beaches and mountains. Although Zagreb is the capital of Croatia and it is a lively and cosmopolitan city, the towns on the list below represent the true Croatian lifestyle and tradition.

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  • Top Unesco World Heritage Site Villages in Europe

    The picturesque Maltese fishing village of Marsaxlokk ©Sergiu_TM/flickr

    The picturesque Maltese fishing village of Marsaxlokk ©Sergiu_TM/flickr

    Europe is noteworthy for its fascinating fairy tale like villages. Each country has its own exemplary hamlets which have their own characteristics and background. I must admit that it was extremely hard for me to choose the best ones cause really, there are so many charming villages to visit. I will show you some of the best villages.

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  • Reasons You Need to See the 2 Churches of Peace in Poland

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    The lavishing interior of a Church of Peace ©Pete Halewood/flickr

     

    These are extremely unique churches which are situated in Southern Poland. The two similar churches lie in two towns called Swidnica and Jawor. The name Churches of Peace refers to the end of the Peace of Westphalia in the year 1648, which marks a century long war between Catholics and Lutherans.

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  • Top 5 Heritage Sites of Norway

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    Typical Norvegian sight ©Samantha/flickr

    Norway is one of those countries that you must vehemently visit because of its heritage and natural wonders. Although very expensive yet a destination that you will enjoy it and you can afford it if you really want to. Out of all Scandinavian countries, Norway has the most stunning landscapes.

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  • The 7 Villages with Fortified Churches in Romania You Need to See

    Rasnov ©Eugen Marculescu/flickr

    Rasnov facing the beautiful Carpathians ©Eugen Marculescu/flickr

    These churches are some of the finest examples of Transylvanian architecture. Because of the region’s rich cultural heritage, these destinations would make easily an exciting trip for everyone. These seven villages and fortified churches were founded by the Transylvanian Saxons. Each of these villages have their own distinguished architecture and represents the style from the 13th to 16th century, particularly Romanesque and Gothic elements.

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