Denmark — it’s a small country with beautiful nature and rich history. Not accidentally it is called the “Pearl of the Scandinavian Peninsula”: because of its small territory focused real treasures of culture and history to visit, all year round: in winter and summer.
The capital — københavn (Copenhagen), cities — Aalborg (Alborg), århus (Aarhus) and Odense (Odense).
In snow season this hospitable country offers to spend unforgettable new year holidays in the fairytale capital, Copenhagen is rich or attractions in Aarhus. Or go to Odense — the birthplace of perhaps the most famous storyteller in the world — Hans Christian Andersen. In addition, the trip by boat visiting some of the Scandinavian countries can enjoy, both adults and children.
In summer, the Kingdom prepares special surprises that will appeal to family tourists. First, this is an awesome theme parks — Legoland and Tivoli. Secondly, the fabulous beaches of the Danish Riviera, where during the winter the tired mothers will be able to enjoy high quality treatments at local SPA hotels. Third, amazing nature. Beautiful lakes with sandy beaches, like toys, gingerbread farm, where you can taste delicious national dishes and taste local cheeses. Finally, the romantic old fortress, part of which today is open as a hospitable Continue reading
18 may 1960, three priests said that they had seen loadingrow monster in Lough REE in Ireland.This is one of three lakes in Ireland, which saw a monster. In 2001, the lake was even a search party which was covered by the Irish media. We collected information on 8 of the most famous lakes in which at different times were seen by eyewitnesses unusual, unknown to science being, the existence of which is not currently proven.
1. Loch Ness, Scotland. Without exaggeration, the most famous lake monster in the world. Samaritanism rumors of which date back to the VI century BC,according to many scientists – the last dinosaur living on earth.
2. Lake Okanagan, British Columbia, Canada. Ogopogo is a legendary monster that brought fame to the whole of British Columbia and almost come close in popularity to Nessie. Seen for the first time in 1958, he was regularly described by eyewitnesses as long sleader with a body resembling a barrel, a long neck and fins.
3. Lake Labynkyr, Yakutia, Russia. Labinski Hell – beast, seen by Yakut in the nineteenth century. Although the photo – video evidence or not, the monster noticed not one scientific expedition. Additionally, Continue reading
I would like to write about Zorkul and especially about Sarez, but they remain only in my dreams. Your able to travel I is continuously increasing, but slowly. Although the Pamirs in the most part is a high altitude desert, there are a lot of lakes, a good part of which is a multi-day walking distance. So our wide choice fell today to the number of fingers of one hand. But little does not mean boring.
After leaving “Pamir monster”, the Karakul lake. searching “Blue Danube” in the harsh city of Murghab, and did not understand — was he or not, move towards the longed-for Khorog, where there is a good restaurant and even a Botanical garden. On the way — the “big three” lakes in the Alichur valley. It Yashilkul, Bulunkul and Sasyk-Kul. All so different — Green, High and Stinking Large lakes of the Pamirs. All three of these lakes are within a maximum half hour drive from each other. About them today and speech.
“Green lake” Yashilkul in reality only turns green in certain light
When a certain lighting no, it’s rather blue
Yashikul lake is flowing, dammed, fish. Rich in life. In Soviet times it was spoiled by the attention of scientists. Now only rare photographers, Continue reading