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As the press recently found out, in the very near future, Russian trains plying the route from Moscow to the capitals and cities of Europe and back will be significantly modernized and will turn into mini-hotels on iron wheels.
Will it be comfortable to sleep in them? And how will tourists attract new trains? This is currently thought by those travelers who managed to get a visa to France and planned an unforgettable vacation in Paris. Continue reading
Did you know that in the so-called Overseas Territories of France, a total area of six hundred thousand square kilometers, is two million seven hundred and fifty thousand people? True, about half a million square kilometers of them located in the south of the Indian Ocean, having no population and bearing the name of FUAT (French South Antarctic Territories) are not recognized as property of France by the International Community, but this, in fact, does not change much. Continue reading
To the east of Paris is the historical region of Burgundy, the authentic atmosphere of which has remained unchanged to this day. Among the rivers and valleys, castles rise, and in the countryside almost all free land is set aside for vineyards. The capital of the region is the city of Dijon, after which the famous mustard is named. Here, as elsewhere in Burgundy, the provincial charm, silence and a sense of comfort are preserved. Continue reading