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TOP-10 places to visit in the Netherlands

TOP-10 places to visit in the Netherlands

Published : 21.08.2020

The Netherlands is the original state of Western Europe, famous for its mills and tulips, canals and a temperate climate. Such weather - warm winters and cool summers - is conducive to visiting the country at any time of the year. And what to see in the Netherlands in order to settle the country in the heart forever - SMAPSE experts will tell below.

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TOP-10 places to visit in Canada

TOP-10 places to visit in Canada

Published : 21.08.2020

When we think of Canada, images immediately pop up in our head: a maple leaf on a red and white flag background and maple syrup, powerful figures of hockey players, endless forests and powerful antlers-wapiti. But this country is also famous for its interesting history, rich flora, majestic lakes, many places of worship - both man-made and granted by nature. When planning a trip, you need to calculate in advance the days of your stay in the country, since Canadian sights can captivate you so much that you literally lose track of time in studying them!

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TOP-10 places to visit in Spain

TOP-10 places to visit in Spain

Published : 21.08.2020

One of the most beautiful countries in the Mediterranean is Spain. Everything is beautiful here: food, sea, architecture, nature, climate, shopping, food ... Was it already? Nothing, she is so beautiful that she can be mentioned twice! What to see and visit between paella, ham and gazpacho? This list will tell you.

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TOP-10 places to visit in Ireland

TOP-10 places to visit in Ireland

Published : 21.08.2020

Ireland is a country of antiquities: the age of some structures preserved on its territory exceeds the age of the "gray pyramids". Numerous ancient churches, medieval castles attract crowds of lovers of antiquity and romantics.

But the value of this country is also in its amazing harsh nature, which sometimes seems to be the surface of another planet. The combination of ancient cliffs and early Christian monasteries, the ruins of knights' castles and the vibrant greenery of forests and parks, lies the irresistible charm of Ireland.

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TOP-10 places to visit in the UK

TOP-10 places to visit in the UK

Published : 21.08.2020

Looking at travel photos, one can almost always unmistakably recognize those that relate to Great Britain: the peculiar architecture of the capital and its iconic places, red buses and telephone booths, the special charm of the province and the leaden clouds of coastal zones, magnificent ceremonies, hats, a strict dark blue uniform public schools. A country with a very long and rich history, strict etiquette and almost one and a half hundred cities called Newtown, of course, cannot be described in just 10 places, so below are just some of the kingdom's attractions.

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Chinese New Year - an oriental spring festival

Chinese New Year - an oriental spring festival

Published : 21.08.2020

New Year is a favorite holiday for both children and adults all over the world. A special attitude to this holiday is not only in the CIS countries, but also in China. Chinese New Year, whose name translates as "Spring Festival", is a special day for everyone who is interested in and loves the colorful Chinese culture. How is our New Year different from the Chinese one? What traditions and customs are associated with this day, what is customary to eat?

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Mimizuka Kurgan in Kyoto

Mimizuka Kurgan in Kyoto

Published : 21.08.2020

Relations between Japan and China are a separate, complex topic for research, a painful topic for these countries. The Japanese, who were barbarians for the ancient enlightened China, tried to conquer the Chinese for centuries. Destroying the enemy, they managed, nevertheless, to assimilate much of what was the treasures of Chinese culture. The Japanese do not like to talk about it, but many of the achievements of Japanese art, known all over the world, have Chinese roots: ikebana, bonsai, kabuki theater, and much more. The barbarians were able to appreciate the beauty, to make it a part of their lives. The construction of mounds is one of the ancient arts adopted from the Chinese, into which the Japanese put their souls.

 

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Bloody Betsiboca River in Madagascar

Bloody Betsiboca River in Madagascar

Published : 21.08.2020

Betsiboca is a mountain in Madagascar, the length of which is 525 kilometers. It is considered the longest river on the island and one of the most "useful": rice fields are located at its mouths. The main feature of Betsiboki (stress on "i") is its red color. How did this anomaly begin?

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Cordoba - the ancient Spanish city of 3 cultures

Cordoba - the ancient Spanish city of 3 cultures

Published : 21.08.2020

The Kingdom of Spain is an amazing land with lush nature, vibrant national traditions, inhabited by smiling people who speak a very beautiful language. The regions of this southern European country hold beautifully preserved testimonies of centuries of history and are a magnet for attracting tourists. Founded in the VIII century. BC e. Cordoba is no exception. A small town in the south of Spain, dating back more than 2.5 thousand years, was once the capital of the Moorish state. About 320 thousand inhabitants permanently live here, but millions of travelers come all year round in search of amazing emotions and impressions.

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Universities that train the most demanded IT specialists

Universities that train the most demanded IT specialists

Published : 21.08.2020

Useful information for those planning to get an IT specialty - rankings of the best universities, admission requirements and competitions for places.

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