Another day of great places and stories around the globe to read about! This time we have great stories from Croatia, Belarus, Venezuela, Spain, San Marino, Bulgaria, Slovakia, The US, Romania, The Philippines, Poland, Australia, The Netherlands, The UK, and Fiji - So a little bit of everything! - Enjoy 😉
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🥇 Cycling from the sea to vineyards and olive groves in Istrian peninsula, Novigrad, Croatia by @miljo76
We had a long weekend with one day of public holidays and since the weather forecast was quite good, we've decided for a short cycling break on the Istrian peninsula. It is the largest peninsula on the Adriatic Sea, a very picturesque part of Croatia, that offers numerous activities for a short or long vacation. Beside rich history and culture (the most famous landmark is for sure the Roman amphitheatre in Pula) it is a true paradise for cyclists of all ages and fitness levels. On top of all, it is the land of great wines and gastronomy.
🥈 Children's Memorial Complex Krasny Bereg, Belarus by @danny.green
Hello everybody! Not far from the majestic Gatovsky Estate in Krasny Bereg there is an unusual memorial dedicated to historical events. Since today in a number of countries I am celebrating the Day of Victory over Nazism in World War II, it will be relevant to tell you about the Krasnoberezhsky memorial. During the German occupation, this place was a children's concentration camp. Children from Krasny Bereg and neighboring settlements were forcibly placed in prefabricated stations for blood sampling. They were also sent from here to work in Germany. From 1994 to 2006, the famous Belarusian architect Leonid Levin was engaged in the design of the monument-memorial. Today, the Sun Square complex is part of the tourist route of the Golden Ring of the Gomel region.
🥉 Architecture and ecotourism engineering, La Llovizna Park, Venezuela by @wilfredocav
To talk about La Llovizna Park is to review the architectural and natural aspect of the park, which is located in the city of Puerto Ordaz, Bolivar State, Venezuela. The park began to be built in the early 60's, decades that were characterized by the planning and construction of the city, due to the number of national and foreign companies that came to exploit and process minerals. Puerto Ordaz, being an elite city due to its planning, would mean an enormous development for those who settled in the city.
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