Europe

There is no person in the civilized world who hasn’t heard the name of The Louvre. The Louvre (Musée du Louvre) is one of the world’s largest museums and a historic monument. Located on the Right Bank of the Seine in the 1st arrondissement in Paris, The Louvre is one of the most famous French landmarks. Nearly 40,000 engravings, about 3,000 drawings and 500 illustrated books from prehistory to the 21st century are exhibited in an area of 60,600 square meters (652,300 square feet). With more than 8.4 million visitors each year, the Louvre is…
Spain has everything – from historical museums to picturesque small villages, medieval towns, stunning cathedrals, green valleys, energetic nightlife, delicious cuisine, and a colossal treasury of art. It is not just flamenco and bullfight. Exactly at the center of Spain is Madrid – one of Europe’s most vigorous capitals. And yes, at an altitude of 2,100 feet, it is one of the highest European capitals. As in all capitals, Madrid is the Government’s headquarter and a center of the national broadcasting. Beyond the international upscale boutiques and stylish restaurants, if you look closely, you will…
The city that gave birth to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and that in 1994 celebrated its 1200 years of history is a modern, sophisticated city today. With a profile dominated by towering skyscrapers, Frankfurt is the financial capital of Germany, one of the most important economic centers in Europe, the seat of the European Central Bank, the Federal German bank and of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It’s worth mentioning that such world renowned fairs as the fair of the automobile or the book fair take place here. Frankfurt’s name derives from “Franconofurd”, a term used…
Known for its wide, tree-lined boulevards, magnificent Belle Epoque buildings and a reputation for the high life, today Bucharest is a busy metropolis. Known in the past as “The Little Paris” of Europe, Bucharest has changed a lot recently, and today it has become a very interesting mix of old and new that has little to do with its initial reputation. Finding a 300 year old church, a steel-and-glass office building and Communist-era apartment blocks next to one another is a common sight here. Bucharest offers some excellent attractions, and has, in recent years, developed…
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