Sunday 1 September 2013 00:01 CEST
If you are an outdoor type then you should visit Vancouver, a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada, and the third largest centre for the film industry in the North America.
Sunday 4 August 2013 00:01 CEST
Back in 1991 when "Wind Of Change" storm charts, some other winds were changing the shape of Europe. That same year Estonia declared the independence from the USSR, Tallinn became its capital, and Scorpions went to Kremlin to meet the world's most famous forehead, Mikhail Gorbachev, the last General Secretary of the Soviet Union.
Sunday 7 July 2013 00:01 CEST
Cross the 45th parallel on the Canadian–US border to the north, follow the narrowing St. Lawrence River and enter Québec, the only Canadian province with mostly French speaking population and a territory nearly three times the size of France. Quebec City is its capital.
Sunday 2 June 2013 00:01 CEST
/Sit on a cloud and visit for a while, it'd do me good just to see them smile, if heaven wasn't so far away, I'd pack up the kids and go for the day/ - /Cause I'm on my way to Tennessee, singing "Georgia On My Mind", chasing what they say's a dream, thinking maybe it ain't mine/
Sunday 5 May 2013 00:01 CEST
This country gave the tulips to Dutch and coffee to Europe. Its largest city but not its capital spans two continents, Europe and Asia, it is as large as Belgium and has the 4th largest number of billionaires after New York, Moscow and London. Join us to meet Istanbul, Turkey.
Sunday 7 April 2013 00:01 CEST
Way back in 1803 the US nearly doubled its size with a single purchase of the Louisiana territory from France for $15 million, and without it there wouldn't be a miracle on Fulton and a moon over Bourbon Street.
Saturday 2 March 2013 00:01 CEST
If you want to know what will our IT future look like and how does it feel to watch a movie in the world's largest cinema, then you should make yourself ready and visit... no, not Japan but South Korea and its capital Seoul.