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Kiev

Kiev

Golden domes and shimmering spires peek out from the wooded hills rising above the wide Dnipro River. Leafy-green Kiev, with its traffic-packed boulevards, shopping malls, countless churches, brilliant music and lively nightlife, has embraced capitalism, yet held firmly to its heritage. The Caves Monastery is the spiritual heart of Ukraine, and nearby, a gigantic Brezhnev-era Motherland statue bearing sword and shield casts her all-encompassing eye over the city, the river, and its island beaches.
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Pristina

Pristina

Few places in Europe have remained off the beaten path as much as the Kosovar first city; fewer yet have been at the heart of a political dispute as agonising in recent history. Pristina, the capital of Kosovo, one of the world's youngest states, boasts a youthful populace to match, and exudes a lust for life that's virtually tangible. Still rough around the edges and with no tourist information offices in sight, Pristina remains uncharted territory, a state of affairs foreseen to change as the city attracts a growing number of visitors.
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Chopin`s Warsaw

Chopin`s Warsaw

Chopin`s Warsaw
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Why Zaragoza?

Why Zaragoza?

Zaragoza is the capital of Aragon and the main city of the Ebro Valley, its privileged position converts it into a crossroads of natural paths and at an equal distance from Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Bilbao. The city counts on an international airport and a railway network with the high-Speed line (AVE). This tourist destination has a delicious gastronomy and a rich heritage of historical monuments, with the impressive Basilica del Pilar and Cathedral of San Salvador, the 11th century Aljaferia Palace, the astonishing paintings of the universal artist Goya or the important examples of the Mudejar style - UNESCO Heritage of Mankind -, among others.
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My Tallinn - Kadriorg

My Tallinn - Kadriorg

High quality short video introducing Tallinn as a tourist destination for families. Walking around the historical Kadriorg Park, visiting KUMU – the Art Museum of Estonia and Kadriorg Palace, enjoying beautiful spots in Kadriorg Park.
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Feel Zadar

Feel Zadar

FEEL ZADAR Apart from the five known traditional senses, there are some which are beyond description. One such is the sense of astonishment by the beauty of another being, event or place. Copyright KREATHIA studio & ZADAR TOURIST BOARD 2014
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Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur (or “KL,” as the locals say) is the capital of Malaysia. The days when it all began as mud flats and tin deposits (in the 1850's) seem unimaginable compared to it's current state. You will find many traces of history in the beautifully preserved architecture. Today, Kuala Lumpur is the International Garden City of Lights where shoppers are spoiled for choice. Gastronomy connoisseurs broaden their palates, party animals find sanctuaries, and nature-lovers are wowed.
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Poznan

Poznan

Have you ever had occasion to fall in love with a city? If not, Poznan will take your heart with its unique treasures, which stand dreamily watching their own reflections in the fast flowing Warta River. Here, history and tradition interweave with modernity offering you everything from bustling tourist attractions to idyllic hideaways. The city is perfect for romantic getaways. Even if you walk the cobbled streets alone, you will be swept away by the magic that has given Poznan a reputation for being Poland’s most popular small-big city.
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Krakow

Krakow

This medieval city looks like it was taken straight out of a fairy tale, with its bustling market square, spiralling Gothic towers, castles and legends about dragons. Explore the city's narrow backstreets, hidden courtyards and the network of underground cellars and tunnels. Krakow is known as the cultural capital of Poland through its love of music, poetry and theatre. After years of occupation and struggle, Krakow has emerged a proud city with a strong sense of identity, yet has still maintained its artistic and fun-loving soul.
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Matsuyama

Matsuyama

The largest city on the island of Shikoku in Japan, Matsuyama is a vibrant city of living traditions, set against a backdrop of historical buildings, where haiku poetry is still enjoyed as a part of daily life. A full calendar of seasonal festivals means that there's always something eye-catching going on. The city is served by a network of vintage trams and steam trains, so getting about is easy. Matsuyama also has miles of sandy beaches framing the beautiful island-studded Seto Inland Sea.
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