Probably, each of us is familiar with the situation when, during parsing of suitcases after a rest, a whole mountain of souvenirs and things are formed that were so enthusiastically purchased during the vacation, and after returning, when I look at them, my only thought is spinning: “and why am I bought it? ”
It is no secret that during travel we look at the world in a different way, and everything that surrounds us is perceived in a special light – such a festive mood from childhood. Naturally, the many different goods, services, souvenirs, goodies, etc. that are presented to us during the holidays are perceived as favorably as possible, and as a result, the total amount of travel expenses is quite impressive, an order of magnitude larger than planned. Continue reading
Europe is one of the best honeymoon options with its exotic beaches, rustic charm and luxury resorts. Walking along cobbled streets, exploring elegant buildings or relaxing on picturesque beaches with sea views will add new impressions to the life of the newlyweds. So which cities are worth visiting when setting out on your honeymoon or on a Valentine’s Day weekend tour?
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The ancient building for mass shows – the Colosseum, located at the base of two of the seven hills of the city – the Capitol and the Palatine, is considered one of the symbols of Ancient Rome, and since 1979 it has been protected by UNESCO.
HISTORICAL FACTS ABOUT WHICH YOU PROBABLY DO NOT KNOW:
The Colosseum might not have been built, but the Roman emperor Flavius Titus Vespasian (senior) decided to eliminate the traces of the reign of Claudius Nero. Construction began at the site of the pond with swans in the year 70. The opening of the Coliseum was in the year 80, under the rule of the son of Titus, who was the representative of Flavius (dynasty of emperors). Therefore, often in historical documents the Colosseum was called as “Flavian Amphitheater.” Continue reading