Today I will talk about Ireland – one of the rarely visited countries in Europe. For a long time it was the last country of the Old World, which I have not been to. I did not have any big expectations, but it turned out to be a very beautiful country, the landscapes of which reminded me a bit of New Zealand.
On the island of Ireland, in addition to the Republic of Ireland, there is also Northern Ireland – part of Great Britain (United Kingdom). Although this is a different country, I will write about it too, because the Irish themselves perceive the island as a whole territory, albeit divided between two states: on all maps and souvenirs the outline of the country corresponds to the outline of the entire island, there is no solid border between the parts, and North Irish athletes can stand for any of the two countries. Continue reading
In the very center of Europe, in its southern part, there is the village of Pirovac – this is a stunning coastal village in the heart of Dalmatia (Croatia), which, despite its size, is very popular and in demand for travelers from all over the world.
Its charming streets, beautiful beaches and hospitable locals – all this makes Pirovach so special. Its simplicity provides an ideal place for those who are looking for modest and cozy rooms, an excellent family atmosphere and wonderful local cuisine make it a great vacation spot for families on a trip. This small town organizes many different festivals and concerts. In the summer, to make sure that this is so, it is worth taking a walk along the streets of the evening and night village along the main harbor and city square. Pirovach is also pleasant with a charismatic appointment, which makes you feel at a time when luxury shopping centers and various casinos did not exist. Probably every person on Earth would like to visit that time at least once. Continue reading
Kuwait is the capital of almost the same name in a very small country – Kuwait. There is only one large city here – it is Kuwait. It is based in the deepest harbor of the Persian Gulf. The city, however, like the whole country, is very rich, which was facilitated by the huge oil deposits in the country.
The very first information about the city formed here appeared only in the XVIII century. From the sixteenth century, this entire territory was ruled by the Ottoman Empire and was the heart of the small Sheikh of Kuwait. But in 1899, this area passed under the royal authority of Great Britain. Now Kuwait is a modern town with constant development of very beautiful, extended and heavily landscaped streets. Continue reading