Harrisburg (Harrisburg)

Harrisburg (Harrisburg)

Not everyone knows that North Korea belongs to the world’s first floating hotel. How his story began in Australia and how ended in North Korea – read in our post.

The monastery of St. Simon, also known as the cave church, is located in Mount Mokattam in Southeast Cairo, in Egypt, in an area that is known as the "City of garbage" because of a large population of garbage collectors or "Zabalain", which live there.

Every year, the Festival of Vegetarians is held on Phuket Island, the tradition of which has existed for more than 100 years. That would seem to be harmless?! And here is not.

In 1997, on the famous Paris Klichi Boulevard – a sort of prototype of the quarter of red lanterns in Amsterdam, widely opened the doors of the Musee de l’Erotisme.

In 2009 in the Chinese city of Hengyang (Hengyang) on ​​the roof of the four-story shopping center, 25 villas were built. All would be nothing, because everything turned out everything is very unusual and beautiful, but they were raised illegally, without coordination with the supervisory authorities and the authorities.

Harrisburg (Harrisburg)

Traveling through the tunnels of Ki – one of the most extreme entertainment for tourists in Vietnam. Before travel, make sure that you do not suffer claustrophobia.

Today’s post is dedicated to realistic vinyl dolls-Reborn (Reborn Dolls), very reminiscent of real children with their natural look and sizes.

We present to your attention a selection of the most unusual hotels in the world according to TourWeek.

Harrisburg (Harrisburg)

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