What do the old pond near Novosibirsk and the lake in Spanish Galicia have in common? They are unrealistically beautiful and extremely toxic, and even here this summer and attracts tourists…
An illustrative fact – unlike the Europeans, the Russians do not climb into the turquoise waters of their reservoir, they are careful. But in” Galician Chernobyl”, as the local residents called this very bad place, instagrammers are poisoned almost every week. And they think it’s right!
The region of Galicia, in the North-West of the Iberian Peninsula, came to the attention of the authorities and the media in the period between the First and Second world wars. Continue reading
The Azores are an archipelago in the Atlantic ocean that is literally awash in flowers and greenery…
The mountains offer views of clear lakes, hot springs, geysers, black volcanic beaches, flooded craters of volcanoes and crystal clear ocean waves.
An archipelago in the Atlantic ocean, which is literally buried in flowers and greenery
And most importantly-there are not many tourists in the Azores, no one will interfere with a quiet rest alone with nature.
Interested? Here are 10 life hacks that will make travel easier. Continue reading
After Sochi and Krasnodar, I decided to stop by on the way to Volgograd, before returning to Tyumen. But what to see in Volgograd? I knew that this is a city with a great history, but what I saw-I was very impressed. So, I tell you:
I arrived in Volgograd by train. The train station was just a normal one until I went inside. It had frescoes on its ceilings:
Railway station in Volgograd
I was pleasantly impressed and walked briskly into the city. And the city was very beautiful. Its entire center and main streets reminded me of the architecture of St. Petersburg: Continue reading