Bratislava Slovakia Guide

Bratislava Castle
Apponyi Palace Bratislava Apponyi Palace Bratislava The cellars and the ground-floor of the newly reconstructed premises of Apponyi Palace in Bratislava house the Museum of Viticulture. It documents the history of viticulture, vine growing, grape harvesting and processing in the territory of Bratislava from antiquity...
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Timisoara Romania Guide

Timisoara Romenia
History of Timisoara Timisoara Romenia Timisoara (Timișoara) has been inhabited since ancient times, by Dacians and later the Romans, who named it Castrum Temesiense. First mentioned in 1212 as a citadel, by the 14th century it became an important outpost in the fight between Christendom and the...
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Prague Castle and Hradcany

Prague Castle
Prague Castle Area History Prague Castle The history of Prague begins with the Prague Castle District, founded in the 9th century by Prince Bořivoj. Its commanding position high above the river Vltava soon made it the center of the lands ruled by the Přemyslids. The...
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Sarajevo Museum Guide

Vijećnica Sarajevo Museum
National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina The National Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded on February 1, 1888 and was first housed in a building next to the Sarajevo Cathedral. Construction of the facility in Marijin Dvor, the museum’s...
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Aldaris Brewery Riga

Aldaris Beer Museum Riga
Aldaris Beer Museum Riga The Aldaris brewery was originally in the Sarkandaugava district of Riga, a working-class area on the outskirts of the city. Now this building houses a beer museum, called the Aldara alus darbnīca, which introduces visitors to the world of beer. It...
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Bytom Poland Guide

Bytom Poland
Bytom is most often associated with steel mills and coal mines. Only a few know that this place is also famous for its beautiful architecture and victories of local sportsmen. The city’s developing infrastructure allows tourists for an active rest and nature reserves give them...
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Bielsko-Biala Poland Guide

Bielsko-Biala Poland
Bielsko-Biala Poland Being a relatively large town, an important administrative and a cultural center, Bielsko-Biala (Bielsko-Biała) is exceptionally attractive as a base for your next vacation. The nearby mountains, some of them lying within the town’s suburban area, the many green areas and the well-developed skiing infrastructure...
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