Larnaca

Shot of people enjoying a sunny beach.

Larnaca is a city of almost 50.000 populations. It lies on the southeastern coast of Cyprus, about 60 kilometers from popular summer resort Ayia Napa. It is the third largest city smaller then Limassol and Nicosia. The city was established over 3000 years ago by ancient colonies from Greece. The city was many times badly damaged by severe earthquakes, but it still holds many great pieces of ancient architecture. Here you can see the Ciclopean Walls, Necropolis Tombs and much more.

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Berlin

Front view of the Reichstag building in Berlin.

Berlin is the capital of Germany and also by far the biggest city. It has a population of over 3.5 million’s. This is a city of great history – fame and sorrow are combined here – winning and loosing – dividing, conquering and for the big final – reunion. It was the capital of Germany through many decades but almost completely destroyed in the aftermath of the second world war. After the war the city was divided in western and eastern part, like the whole Germany. 

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Nicosia

There are about 300.000 inhabitants living in Nicosia and that is almost a half of the islands population. The city is still divided on two parts, much like Berlin was in the time of the Cold War. The northern part of the town is the Turkish part. Crossing from one to the other part is much easier then it was years ago. Nicosia is not a tourist resort like Ayia Napa or Protaras, so it’s not so crowded and not so tourist orientated. It has it’s own life style and…

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Debrecen

The second largest city in Hungary is called Debrecen. It has a population of over 200.000 people, and is also the cultural center of the country. Geographical position is close to the border with Romania on eastern side of the Hungary and was important even in the times of the Roman empire. Later it was an important trade center and in the mid of the 19th century even a capital of Hungary for some time.

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Pecs

Pecs is a really nice Hungarian city, with about 150.000 population. It has many remains from the time when Turks were the rulers of these parts of Europe. You can find two big mosques in the city, which were both later converted to christian churches. But still a lot of parts remain intact. The Gazi Kasim Pasha Mosque is also interesting because it was the largest mosque ever built on Hungarian soil.

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Rome

Rome, the Capital of the Roman Empire of old, now, the Capital of one of the most seductive countries in all of Europe and the Mediterranean, Italy. Rome is where all the flavors of Italy converge into a heady mix of enchanting ruins, incredible art, inspiring architecture and a vibrant street life like no other in the Planet. Ask any seasoned tourist and they will tell you there isn’t a more romantic and inspiring city than Italy’s capital, Rome.

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