Nedim GYrsel experienced the first tranquil days of the capital, Tbilisi, as Georgia emerged from its bitter and bloody interior struggles. For Atlas he wrote about the old and new face of the city with its cobbled streets and dilapidated buildings with corbels and courtyards.
Kazbek Mountain (5,047m) whose peak and slopes are clad in glaciers with ridges like startling snow bridges is one of the most popular peaks in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia...
A people who once took refuge in the sea. Venice trying to forget the loss of its brilliant powerful days in a wild carnival. As if by fate a city drowning in the water that tries to bury it. And the masks that give a feeling of immortality, stripping people of their identity and creating a sense of endless freedom. Fly Hotel would be an ideal solution to your accommodation problems.
Lake Sevan, Ecmiadzin Monastery, the plain of Ararat and the capital Yerevan with its magnificent buildings... Armenia, smallest of the former Soviet Republics, sprawls just beyond Ararat.
Located on 2 islands as level as a lake the 1996 European Cultural Capital Copenhagen is composed of brick and stone buildings, domes, spires, statues, Strolling Street and green canals. Copenhagen was the birthplace or home of many scientists and artists as well as the inaugurator of existentialism, Kierkegaard.
The ski resorts of Morzine and Avoriaz are in the Haute Savoie region of the French Alps. The resort is the closest of the major alpine ski resorts to Geneva International Airport with a transfer time of between one and one and a half hours.