Lublin Poland Guide

Lublin Poland
A crossroads between the East and the West, Lublin Poland is a city where different cultures and religions have coexisted for centuries. Warsaw is around 170 kilometers away. Less than 80 kilometers east stretches the Ukraine, less than 100 kilometers northeast is Belarus. Today, in this...
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Kosice Slovakia Guide

Kosice Slovakia
The medieval town of Kosice (Košice) emerged on the half way from the Abbey to the Castle. The first written mention of its existence is from 1230. Early historical documents referred to is as Villa Cassa, later Latin Cassovia, German Kaschau, Hungarian Kassa, and the Slovak Kosice. The town...
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Cetinje Montenegro

Lovcen Mausoleum Centinje
Set deep in the Zetan Plain, Podgoria is certainly today's administrative capital of Montenegro. But ask any Montenegrin and you will quickly discover a visceral attachment to the mountain fastness of Cetinje that for 500 stormy years held that place. From the coast and from...
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Vizivaros Budapest

Vizivaros Budapest
Between Castle Hill and the western bank of the Danube, extending north from the Chain Bridge towards Margit körút, is the area known as Viziváros or Water Town. This area gained its name in the Middle Ages due to constant flooding. It was originally an...
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