Oh the things you can find, if you don't stay behind!

The is board contains memories, facts and tips for traveling the world. This is based on all the countries I have lived in and travelled to. I want to share the amazement and curiosity I have formed for the different cultures I have experienced around the world.
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The Mazury is a picturesque lake district in Northern Poland and contains over 2,000 lakes. I have been there multiple times and have had the pleasure of seeing it by helicopter, boat, and kayak. There are a whole range of activities you can do there from sailing to horse riding. Interesting Fact: Mazury is also know as the land of a thousand lakes (sounds pretty mythical right?)

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Volksprater | Wurstelprater

Wiener Prater is a large amusement park in Vienna. I have a lot of fun memories from here; going on the rides, eating cotton candy, spending time with friends. Its a perfect combination of adventure, tradition and viennese charm. If you are looking for a day of fun, then this is where you should go in Vienna. Check out their website: http://www.prater.at/

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Abuja, Nigeria

Abuja is the capital of Nigeria. It is surprisingly filled with many beautiful parks, which match the tropical weather perfectly. One of these is Millenium Park - http://www.abuja-ng.com/millennium-park.html. Interesting Fact: Abuja was chosen as a capital city after Lagos for its location near the center of the country, its good climate, and small population (which is now ironically growing).

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Hwange National Park

Hwange National Park is the largest game reserve in Zimbabwe. I don't personally remember it but my parents have told me much about it. One thing is clear, it is a must see. It has one of the greatest diversities in wild life in the world. Book your tour here: http://www.zimparks.org/! Interesting Fact: The best time to visit the park is between July and October.

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Salzburg, Austria. This is the fourth largest city in Austria and is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture. Not only is it a beautiful city but it also has a lot to offer in terms of music, architecture and attractions. My favorite memory is when we took a school trip to Salzburg and went deep into the salt mines. Beneath Salzkammergut, Austria’s Lake District, lie miles and miles of salt mines. The Interesting fact: Salzburg was the birthplace of 18th-century composer…

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Tbilisi | თბილისი (თბილისი)

Tbilisi, Georgia. This was the fourth country I lived in! On the photo you can see me and my school group standing in front of a very famous statues called The Muse. My memories of Tbilisi is Khachapuri (Georgian cheese bread), earthquakes in the hotel I lived in and many big statues! Interesting fact: Because of its diverse and unique geography, Tbilisi is a one of the world's great starting points for hiking tours of any duration or difficulty.

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Listen to Mozarts' famous "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"!

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Mother of Georgia | ქართლის დედა (ქართლის დედა)

The statue of the Mother of Georgia, otherwise known as Kartlis Deda. This is one of the most famous monuments in Georgia. She is situated 50 meters high and watches over all the Georgian people. She symbolizes the Georgian national character: in her left hand she holds a bowl of wine to greet those who come as friends, and in her right hand is a sword for those who come as enemies. She is spectacular to see, a must visit if you go to Tbilisi. Interesting Fact: The statue was erected on the…

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Discover Europe's cities through this website. This website allows you to explore all the countries in Europe, gives you tips about what makes each place so specials and advises you on how to travel. Perfect for those who are want to explore Europe! Which European city is your favorite?


Rotterdam, my current home. Rotterdam is a modern and unique city, not at all representative of The Netherlands as a whole. It has a great music scene for those of you interested in techno and deep house. It has a beautiful Erasmus bridge, which is featured in my image. Interesting but sad Fact: Sad Fact : Rotterdam's city center (the heart of the city) was completely destroyed during the World War II bombing. This led Zadkine to build the Destroyed City statue symbolizing the city "without…

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