The spectacular bridge Charles-de-Gaulle in Belgian City Dinant is bedecked with colorful saxophone on both sides probably commemorating the fact that Dinant is the hometown of Adolphe Sax, the famous Belgian musician who invented saxophone. Check out blo
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Edinburgh's Christmas is a spectacular and funfilled entertainment in St Andrew Square, East Princes St Gardens and the Royal Mile. The huge festive market hosts the Big Wheel, charming carousel, an ice rink, skating, markets and the 60-metre Star Flyer,
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One more amazing phenomenon in Dinant Caves - Waterfalls Calcite. It is believed that the location of caves was once an ocean, which explains the formations of the limestone rocks inside the caves. Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit
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The parliament of Liechtenstein lies at the heart of the Peter-Kaiser-Platz square in Vaduz and is a major landmark. The building designed by the German architect Hansjörg Göritz was built using over one million bricks. In 2010 it received the Brick Award
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Gorgeous chalets in mountain village of Triesenberg in Liechtenstein Check out blog link in profile to read more on our visit to the Liechtenstein #liechtenstein #smallestcountry #richestcountry #exploreeverything #instamood #instatravel #sightseeing #wan
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Mons Meg - A medieval bombard located at Edinburgh Castle in Scotland has a calibre (barrel diameter) of 20 inches making it one of the largest cannons in the world by calibre. It is believed to be accepting balls that weighed about 180 kg and could only
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