Month: March 2021

Macedonia Square in Skopje was built in the period between the two world wars, between 1920 and 1940. In this square you can find numerous nationalistic monuments among which the great equestrian statue…

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Skopje is the capital of the Republic of North Macedonia located in the south of the Balkan Peninsula. Skopje dates back to the paleo-ancient period. This city had a strategic importance in the ancient…

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Most of Helsinki’s tourist attractions can be easily reached on foot from the city center. The Senate Square and its surroundings are an example of neoclassical architecture. The square is dominated by four…

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Helsinki is the largest city in Finland, with a metropolitan area housing around 1.4 million inhabitants. Finland has been part of the Russian Empire for about a hundred years and the architecture of…

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Geneva is located on the banks of the Léman Lake, near the French boundary.  Known throughout the world for its wealth, it is one of the 5 richest cities in the…

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Founded in 1953, the European Particle Physics Laboratory promotes the cooperation of European states for exclusively peaceful purposes in the field of nuclear and particle physics.  With its particle accelerators, the laboratory fosters research…

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The Rhine Falls (RheinFall), also known as Schaffhausen Falls, are the largest waterfalls in Europe. They are located on the top of the River Rhine in Neuhausen am Rheinfall, a short distance from…

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