Fort Galle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Sri Lanka’s main attractions. The construction has an ancient and interesting history.
It is not possible to find out the exact date of the construction of fortification walls and towers. It is believed that the first fortress was built by the Arabs 2000 years ago, then in 1588 the Portuguese rebuilt it, who arrived on the island in search of new trade opportunities, in the 17th century the Dutch pressed them to declare Sri Lanka their colony. In the 19th century, the appearance of the fort was changed by the British. Continue reading
Sperlonga is a miniature resort in the province of Latina. It got its name thanks to a string of caves formed by nature on a rocky shore. A little more than 3,000 residents constantly live in the town, in the summer months the number of people increases several times due to the influx of tourists. They come to sunbathe on the luxurious golden beaches, swim in the warm Tyrrhenian Sea and enjoy the enchanting scenery. Beauty in the city is not inferior to natural beauty. Sperlonga architecture is so similar to the Mediterranean. White buildings shine against a piercing blue sky, narrow streets invite for long walks along old houses with thick shutters. Clay pots with vibrant colors complete the picture.
The resort has many hotels for every budget and interesting places for leisure. Continue reading
The Dead Sea is a unique place on Earth that helps to find health and longevity, therefore this corner of Israel is very popular. Both independent tourists and excursion groups come here to spend time in a relaxed atmosphere with benefits for body and soul.
In fact, this is a salt lake, poorly fed by the waters of the Jordan River. The size of pearls by nature is very modest (length – about 66 km, and the maximum width – only 18 km), while the pool area continues to decline due to human activities.
It’s impossible to drown in the Dead Sea. Due to the high content of minerals, water resembles oil and Continue reading