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...
Jutland peninsula and 400 surrounding islands that form one of the smaller European countries - Denmark, a country abundant in villages and picturesque towns, castles and historic monuments, and coastal areas ranging from sandy beaches to sandy and fjords. Across the country, hills and valleys line offers a wide range of artactii - shady beech forests, green areas, lakes, sand dunes and white cliffs resembling those of Dover and the islands are unique. The Danes were very careful to keep ...
Japan, the country of the Rising Sun, is the place where the past meets the future. Contrasts are striking: Tokyo is lit by giant companies and high-tech game is loading, while the cherry trees blossom in Maruyama Park in Kyoto symbolizes peace and beauty for over 1,000 years. Under the modern face of Japan's ancient heart is a realm of art and skilful Geisha sumo wrestlers, who celebrates the same festivals for centuries, and preparation of food has the status of art. Japan is land of natural beauty, the winter festivals and la...