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There are cities in the world that seem to have come down from the pages of science fiction books. Space skyscrapers, amazing technology, a dynamic rhythm of life make you think that the world is rapidly moving forward. Very soon, high-tech buildings and smart robots will no longer surprise anyone, and you can go on a space trip right from home, ordering a flying taxi.
We offer you a selection of the top 5 impressive cities in the world where they know a lot about technology. Their great minds have already become one step closer to innovation, but they do not forget to protect the natural heritage and pass on knowledge to the younger generation. Who knows, maybe your next trip will be in the direction of these impressive corners of the world.
1. Luxury in every detail: Dubai (UAE)
The popular Arab Emirate plays the role of a major technology center in the Middle East. When planning a trip to Dubai, tourists know that innovation is not something surprising, but the lifestyle of the city. Continue reading
Located on a remote island or in a secluded corner of the country, the hotels of the world do everything so that tourists can spend an unforgettable vacation. Since exclusive resorts are doing everything possible to stand out, we have compiled a selection of the most luxurious new hotels that you just need to see and where you can stay in 2017.
1. Water Villas – Soneva Jani (Maldives)
Soneva Jani Hotel Complex with 24 water-built villas is located in a private lagoon in the Maldives. Each villa has its own pool, as well as a panoramic roof that you can clean and sleep under the stars.
If you bought a tour to the Maldives and plan to stay at this hotel, choose a room with a water slide. With it, you can move down from the top floor directly into the water. Among the other services of the hotel complex are SPA, an open cinema and an observatory with the largest telescope in the Indian Ocean. Continue reading
SIGHTSEEING Although the British Isles are difficult to reach from the continent, they have been inhabited since ancient times. Here, since prehistoric times, tin was mined, and the Phoenicians and Greeks called them Tin Islands. The most amazing and famous monument is Stonehenge. Many legends are associated with it – this is a stone age observatory and a religious monument with an altar and almost an alien cosmodrome.
The Romans founded many cities of present-day Britain, including the capital, London, then Londinius. The Romans failed to conquer all the islands (and they did not need the relatively cold northern lands). To isolate themselves from the barbarians from the north, they built a series of fortifications, the most famous of which was preserved – the Adrian Wall, separating England from Scotland (built by Emperor Hadrian in 122-130). The city gates in Lincoln, the gates in Colchester, the baths in Bath, and the numerous ruins of Roman military fortifications have survived to this day. Continue reading