Jun 12, 2022• by PackToIran
7 UNESCO Sites to Visit in Iran
It is one of the 10 countries with the most world heritage sites and is rich in culture and history. We will explore some of the less visited UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Iran, which are scattered...
Jul 12, 2020• by ExperienceEurope
Trebic -UNESCO heritage
Trebic is a small city in Vysocina region, which is known for many historical sights. Undoubtedly the most acknowledged is the Jewish Quartier, which is also inscribed on the UNESCO World...
Feb 4, 2020• by Travel_Czech
Why to Visit Czech Republic
Although we say that the Czech Republic is not just Prague, the capital is simply at the very top of the offer of tourist attractions in our country. Dating back to the ninth century, Prague Castle...
Jan 9, 2020• by ThessalonikiTourismOrg
Thessaloniki - UNESCO Monuments Route
Thessaloniki is an open Museum of Early Christian and Byzantine Art. In 1988 the UNESCO declared World Heritage Sites 15 of the 'finest monuments' of the city, representative samples of this period...
Nov 6, 2019• by albaniaincredible
Albania, a wonderful surprise in Southeast Europe
My country is small, but is like a diamond, yes it is!
If you like blue beaches, Albania have Riviera with Ionian sea. If you like mountains, yes we have it. And if you like both of...
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