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Not so long ago I happened to visit the fabulous place of Bavaria, the city of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
The city is located near the border with Austria, in a valley at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level, surrounded on all sides by the mountains of the Bavarian Alps, at the foot of the highest peak in Germany – Mount Zugspitze, whose height is 2962 meters above sea level. The Loisach River, a tributary of Isar, flows through the city. The population is 25 thousand people, whose main activity is work in the field of tourism.
To get to Garmisch-Partenkirchen is best from Munich by bus or train, which leaves from the main station of Munich every hour. And thanks to the travel agency “Come with us”, a transfer was directly arranged for us from their Munich airport to our destination.
On the way, we admired the local landscapes, and at the entrance to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, our eyes opened up to the impressive beauty of the winter Bavarian Alps and, of course, Mount Zugspitze. Continue reading
Berlin is an urban metropolis where historical sights coexist with modern architecture. Here, typical Germanism of pedantry is surprisingly combined with an atmosphere of lightness and ease, which is why the German capital is often called the city of freedom.
A list of what to see interesting in Berlin can be listed for a very long time, but we tried to highlight the 10 most interesting places.
During the Cold War, Germany was divided into two parts – East and West. To mark the borders along the entire capital built the Berlin Wall. And in the fall of 2019, the Germans celebrated the 30th anniversary of its fall, when Germany again became a single state. In some areas of the city, parts of the wall were saved and turned into a kind of installation.
Most tourists include the East Side Gallery on their list of “things to see for sure in Berlin”, which showcases works by contemporary artists performed directly on the building sites. Continue reading
Hanoi is an ancient city, a political, economic and cultural center of the state. The city began its rapid development in the XI century. When around the citadel of Thang Long (“Descending Dragon Citadel”), where the emperor Lee Kong Wan moved his capital. Today it is one of the most interesting cities in Southeast Asia – wide European-style avenues and skyscrapers, many lakes, parks and fountains, interspersed with hundreds of colonial mansions and pagodas. It stretches for almost 15 km. along the Red River (Song Hong), the city is divided into seven central areas (“kwan”), surrounded by marginal areas (“hewan”), most of which appeared after the 70s. X century The charming Old Quarter or 36 Fo Phong (36 Streets) these days is a mishmash of narrow streets, turned into a huge shopping area. Continue reading