UNESCO is preparing to add Venice to the list of endangered sites if the tourist flow to the city is not reduced to reasonable limits…
Not only the historical and cultural center can disappear, but the entire locality itself. Since the heyday of mass tourism in the 50s of the last century, the population of the city of canals has decreased fourfold, and now it is home to less than 50 thousand people. They physically do not have time to repair, maintain and develop Venice, while the city does not have enough money to attract migrant workers for these purposes. Continue reading
Tourists associate Egypt with diving, pyramids, and the all-inclusive system, but the country is much more interesting and multifaceted…
Egypt has a history of 5,000 years. On the border of the 4th and 3rd millennia BC, the first inhabitants built homes on land along the Nile.
Today, Egypt is home to about 100 million people, among whom only 2-3% are considered to be well-off.
One of the items of income in Egypt is tourism, the profit is brought by ships crossing the Suez canal, as well as the sale of cotton, fruit and vegetables, and oil. Continue reading
Armenia is a country of many historical, architectural and natural attractions. To visit them all, one trip will certainly not be enough. We have tried to highlight the top 10 most interesting and unusual places that can give you a lot of new impressions and vivid memories of Armenia.
Landscapes Of Armenia
The ancient megalithic complex is definitely worth the effort to see it. Karahunj can without exaggeration be called the most mysterious places of Armenia. Scientists are still arguing about the age of the “Armenian Stonehenge”, one thing is certain-the account here certainly goes to a thousand years. Continue reading