Why Russians may not be allowed to go abroad
Have you already bought a ticket and are about to go on a trip abroad? Then carefully read this article so as not to lose the long-awaited vacation due to…

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Can foreigners buy property in Dubai?
Dubai is a young, growing metropolis. It is beneficial to have your own housing here: every year, both square meter prices and rental demand are rising. And this means that…

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Famous - a true Georgian restaurant in the center of Tbilisi
To touch the true centuries-old traditions of Georgia, it is worth visiting, first of all, in its capital. The uniqueness of the natural conditions, the color and contrast of urban…

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Tourists can spend up to 60 seconds on a water lily for a selfie

Every year, a huge number of tourists come to Shuashi Park in the capital of Taiwan – the city of Taipei to see the largest water lilies in the world …

And some even manage to take pictures while sitting on a plant.

You should sit on a special litter for no more than 60 seconds
Huge leaves of water lilies are able to withstand a load of up to 65 kg.

Children and miniature adults can climb a water lily for a photo. Continue reading

Black environment. The weakening of the ruble leads to a rise in price of air tickets
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has adjusted the exchange rate on the basis of which airlines calculate tariffs in global distribution systems ... But the updated exchange rate does…

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Can foreigners buy property in Dubai?
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Smart City wants to sleep peacefully
Venice will begin an experiment to charge an “entrance fee” for visitors who plan to spend the night in the city this spring. The authorities promise that the tourist tax…

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Measles roams Europe: what is important to know in order not to get sick
Until 1966, measles was considered a disease that could not be defeated. After the invention of the vaccine, humanity gradually forgot about the disease. This is evidenced by optimistic forecasts…

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