Korba, Tunisia

Korba, Tunisia

According to Best-medical-schools, a quiet resort village on the southern coastline of the Cap Bon peninsula, Korba is, so to speak, a “hotel village”. The tourist life of the town is reduced to a single hotel, albeit of an impressive size, outside of which there are a few houses of local residents, a couple of […]

US 87 in Wyoming

US 87 in Wyoming

  US 87 Get started Cheyenne End Ranchester Length 351 mi Length 565 km Route Colorado Colorado – Glenrock Glenrock Casper Casper-Montana: Montana According to Indexdotcom, US 87 is a US Highway in the US state of Wyoming. The road forms a north-south route through the eastern half of the state and is double-numbered along […]

Sights in Memphis, Tennessee

Sights in Memphis, Tennessee

The Stax Museum of American Soul Music The museum takes visitors on almost 1,600 square meters into the fascinating musical world of Memphis Soul. Here you will find more than 3,000 partly interactive exhibits – from the origins of soul to today. Among them are videos and original instruments that produced the typical Stax sound. […]

Trakai, Lithuania

Trakai, Lithuania

Gediminas founded this fortress 28 km west of Vilnius, making it his capital in 1320. Later, Keistut set up his court here. We are talking about Trakai and the historical national park of Lithuania – a beautiful small town surrounded by a lake, where every July the colorful Trakai Festival is held. The famous ancient […]

Gent, Belgium

Gent, Belgium

When thinking about Belgium, the “three pillars of local tourism” that usually come to mind are Brussels, Bruges and Antwerp. In this case, it is worth thinking again – and you will remember Ghent. This city is a unique architectural ensemble, in the center of which is the Cathedral of St. Bavo (16th century) with […]

History of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

History of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Indigenous people According to a2zdirectory, the first settlers in the area where Philadelphia was to be founded were the Paleo-Indians. In the lower reaches of the Delaware, near present-day Philadelphia, Native Americans lived about ten thousand years before the European colonization of America. Because the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers formed natural barriers, the inhabitants, mainly […]

Worcester, Massachusetts

Worcester, Massachusetts

According to smber, Worcester is a city in the state of Massachusetts in the northeastern United States. The city has a population of 206,000 and is the second largest city in the state and also in the New England region, after Boston. The agglomeration has 978,000 inhabitants (2021). Introduction Worcester is located just west of […]

Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

  Cleveland City in the United States Location State Ohio County Cuyahoga County Coordinates 41°28’56″N, 81°40’11″WL General Surface 213.60 km² – country 201.25 km² – water 12.35 km² Residents (April 1, 2020) 372,624 (1852 inhabitant/km²) – agglomeration 2,881,937 (2010) Politics Mayor Justin Bibb (D) Website cleveland-oh.gov According to indexdotcom, Cleveland is the second largest city […]

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

For many people it is a great desire to visit Yosemite National Park. This world famous Park is a popular park, both with tourists and Americans. The national park is located in central California, near San Francisco and the Nevada border. This highlight owes its popularity to the impressive sights that can be found in […]