Housing in the capital
It’s hard to believe, but the famous wizard Harry Potter turned 20 this year! We invite all fans of Joan Rowling and her works to go for a walk in Edinburgh. There, where 20 years ago the story of the wizard boy began, conquering the hearts of millions of readers around the world. We follow in the footsteps of Rowling and take a leisurely walk around Edinburgh!
Other cities of Europe that may interest you here!
1. Enjoy breakfast at The Elephant House
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The Elephant House Cafe is the self-proclaimed “Harry Potter Birthplace”. Located on George Bridge, one of the central walking paths of the capital. In the distant 90s, when Rowling tried hard to make ends meet, she often went to a cafe because of the opportunity to warm up for free and work in a cozy atmosphere. In the “Elephant House” you can find a wall with photographs of Rowling and her quotes. Continue reading
Bulgaria is not only the sea and the sun, it is history and culture, picturesque cities and museums, ancient monasteries and modern architecture.
Sofia. All the sights of the capital are concentrated in the city center. Here is the pointed minaret of the Banya-Bashi mosque, and the Mineral Bath with colorful tiles on the walls, the rotunda of Sveti Georgi – part of the church built in the 2nd-3rd centuries, the Church of St. Sophia, which gave the name to the city, and St. Light (Holy Resurrection). On the largest shopping street – Vitosha Boulevard – the Theological Academy, a historical museum that stores objects of the famous Panagyur gold treasure of the 4th and 3rd centuries. BC. (golden bowls painted on mythological subjects). The church of St. Nicholas, built in memory of the fallen Russian soldiers during the Russian-Turkish war, is very beautiful. The golden domes of the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, also erected in memory of the Russian warrior who fell in the battles for the freedom of Bulgaria from the Ottoman yoke, are visible from afar. This is a beautiful cathedral of Sofia. Continue reading
Cyprus is located off the coast of Turkey, Syria and Lebanon in the Mediterranean basin. Also, in the information sources the “Cyprus Sea” is often found, and this is not another name for the Mediterranean, but its integral part. So how many seas does Cyprus actually wash?
The Mediterranean Sea is so large that it will not be entirely correct to describe its features and climatic conditions in general. Scientists have identified 11 separate water areas, four of them are located around Cyprus. And the answer to the question “what sea is the island of Cyprus” is one: in the Mediterranean, only surrounded by its different parts.
Cyprus in the south;
Levantine in the east; Continue reading