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Top 10 places to visit for introverted people (Destinations)

Glasgow Glasgow
The largest city in Scotland is Glasgow, in translation from Celtic means "dear green place" is one of the ideal places for introvert people. The city is really quite expensive and the whole is surrounded by greenery, but it has a very distinctive architectural appearance, combining Gothic, Italian Renaissance, Gregorian and Victorian styles. Glasgow Art is considered the center of Scotland and the venue for numerous festivals. &nb...
The Dark Hedges, Ireland The Dark Hedges, Ireland
The Dark Hedges are located in Northern Ireland, within the village of Armoy. The history of the Dark Hedges dates back to 1750, when James Stewart planted 150 saplings. Due to the fact that over the time, the high branches of the trees intertwined, the locals began to call the alley dark . The fans of the popular series of the "Game of Thrones" will remember the scenic Royal Route. The shooting of the movie took place in the Irish ...
Santiago de la Ribera, Spain Santiago de la Ribera, Spain
Santiago de la Ribera  is a beautiful city, which is located on the shores of the Mar Menor. This coastal region of San Javier started life as a simple fishing village. Nowadays it has grown into a popular holiday destination. Santiago de la Ribera has a modern look, but it still retains its fishing village atmosphere. It has a very nice promenade with majestic palm trees and 2 km of  fine sandy beach. From here...

The most famous cemeteries in the world (Destinations)

Almudena Cemetery in Madrid, Spain Almudena Cemetery in Madrid, Spain
  Almudena cemetery in Madrid City, the largest in Europe and one of the largest in the world, is home to nearly 5 million graves and has become a tourist attraction. With a history of 125 years, Almudena is the cemetery of Spain’s greatest personalities and offers tours to tourists interested in its existence.      The cemetery covers 120 acres of land and it is crowded with visitors especially on All Saints' Day, celebrated on November 1. The cemetery was built in 1884 and it soon n...
Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, France
  Pere Lachaise Cemetery in Paris is one of the most famous and fascinating places in the world, attracting thousands of visitors each year. It is no wonder, if we think about the great personalities that have found their eternal peace here: Moliere, Marcel Proust, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Honore de Balzac, Chopin and others.       Stretching over 44 hectares with more than 12,000 trees, it is a true oasis of greenery and an outdoor museum. The name of the necropolis (Nekropol...
Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles, USA Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Los Angeles, USA
  Forest Lawn Memorial Park on Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, the place where Michael Jackson has found his eternal peace, is among the world's most fascinating and famous cemeteries, being one of the tourist attractions in the City of Angels.      Forest Lawn is located on the hills of Hollywood, on the southern slope of the San Fernando Valley, near Burbank and is bordered by Disney, Universal and Warner Bros. It is a cemetery of stars and is part of the cemetery Forest Lawn Memorial Par...

The nations with the most handsome men (Destinations)

Turkey Turkey
   Turkey is a unique country that extends on two continents - Europe and Asia - a unique position, which gave birth to a culture that reflects both West and East. It is a friendly country that offers all modern facilities, yet traditional enough to be fascinating. Its history begins 25,000 years ago, while the Hittites, Phrygians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines,Crusaders, Mongols and Ottomans have left inestimable works of art and cultural heritage on the the land of today's Turkey, a country that is among the top 10 tourist destina...
The Philippines The Philippines
   Although the number of total 7107 islands (7108 at low tide), with a total line cost more than that of America, most of the population live on 11 islands. Filipinos consider loneliness a freak so gorgeous beaches, beautiful waterfalls and rice terraces which are rich with the Philippines offers you charm people. Tourists in this country will be included in "bayanihan" term that means continuing need for community. Jokes, smiles and fun will be shared with visitors brotherly.    &nbs...
Italy Italy
   Tourism and Italy are synonymous, since Italy is the paradise of history lovers, with more than 3,000 museums, churches and archaeological sites dating from Roman and Greek periods. There are hundreds of places and sites protected by UNESCO and open to tourists. Islands of Italy such as Capri, famous for its romanticism, or Ischia, with thermal springs, are visited and venerated by hundreds of years.    Renaissance Movement in art and culture has left behind a precious heritage that can be admire...

The friendliest nations in the world (Destinations)

Iran Iran
   Iran is as old as history and culture inherited a state that one of the oldest civilizations on earth. Over the years, Iranian culture has influenced different parts of the world, the Nile River to the heart of Europe. For many years, people around the world have traveled to the historic Silk Road route, wondering is the glory of the Persian Empire civilization. Visiting this country is a unique experience - Iran enjoy three centuries of documented history and heritage consists of ruins and sacred monuments.  ...
The Philippines The Philippines
   Although the number of total 7107 islands (7108 at low tide), with a total line cost more than that of America, most of the population live on 11 islands. Filipinos consider loneliness a freak so gorgeous beaches, beautiful waterfalls and rice terraces which are rich with the Philippines offers you charm people. Tourists in this country will be included in "bayanihan" term that means continuing need for community. Jokes, smiles and fun will be shared with visitors brotherly.    &nbs...
Brazil Brazil
   Brazil is the largest and most influential country in South America and occupies nearly half of the continent. It is one of the greatest economic giants in the world and a revered state for football professionals, coffee production and specific music, such as samba and bossa nova. Two-thirds of Brazil's population live in coastal areas, meaning that life takes place on the beach for both locals and travelers. People are the essence of this country and, while Brazil hosts a variety of ethnic groups with a different economic sta...

The strangest festivals in the world (Festivals)

Ivrea Orange Festival Ivrea Orange Festival
   Centuries ago to say that the people of Piedmont have rebelled against a count who exercised their right to deflower every bride in the village. Eventually he was beheaded and his guards were killed with stones.      Keep this tale in mind and consider that in our century, because of rules negotiated with the EU, Italy is forced to destroy their surplus oranges. So, replace the stones of medieval story with orange and Earl garzille with clowns, actors and tourists and imagine that the su...
So Joo Festival So Joo Festival
    One of the least known and most special festivals of Europe held in Porto. Town and cook delicious foods suited for the famous port wine. And then enter the scene hammers. Nobody knows exactly why, but the tradition that if you require a person meets the street opposite sex that attracts you do not have than to hit on the head with a plastic hammer.      We recommend you serve the most delicious grilled sardines to you can imagine along with "fresh hit" your new gi...
Holi Festival Holi Festival
   Color Festival is held every year in India, Guyana and Nepal, being a very popular Hindu festival. During the festival, people stick with colored powder and water. Substances are made from medicinal herbs and tradition says that people heal them flu and fever viral disease occurring in spring....