Dinant station greets you with a picture-perfect view of the strikingly visible tulip bulb-shaped cathedral spire with a backdrop of rocky cliffs and citadel overlooking the charming town of Dinant and the River Meuse.
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The land of Dinant curled up in a steep valley between the high rocky cliffs and the fast flowing river and hence the city grew along the river. Strolling along the river taking in the wonderful views of the city and river is the best and relaxing way to
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.
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The one O’clock Gun in Edinburgh castle has been successfully fired since 1861 as a time signal for ships in the harbor. The 105mm field gun is fired every day at 1 pm, except Sundays, Good Friday and Christmas Day.
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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,