Many tourists think that Sydney is the capital of Australia but in reality it is not. Tourist's misconceptions about South Africa 5 things that surprise tourists about China India is a Buddhist nation India is one of the most religiously diverse countries in the world. However, most of the population here is Hindu (Hindu), not Buddhism as many people think. Hinduism is one of the oldest religions in the world, appearing about 3,500 years ago. According to World Atlas, of more than one billion Hindus, about 966 million people live in India. Today, 80% of the population in this country follows Hinduism, while Buddhists make up 0.7%. Photo: Huffpost, Times Magazine. Slide The Great Wall is visible from space There are many people who believe that the Great Wall of China is the only building architecture on earth that can be seen with the naked eye from space. But some astronauts have denied this, including Chrris Hadfield, who spent five months (2012 - 2013) on an international spacecraft. He said the Great Wall cannot be seen from the air, because the architecture is too narrow and has similar colors to the surrounding area. Photo: Vacation Advice, NASA.
Fabergé Easter Eggs are made of gold, diamonds and gemstones, and inside there are many surprises for both givers. The Easter tree carries 10,000 eggs Decipher the mystery of the giant statues on Easter Island For over a century, the name Fabergé has been associated with wealth, luxury and the most expensive Easter eggs in the world. Fabergé Easter eggs are still considered the most elaborate decorations in the world, something tourists should not miss when visiting Russia. Eggs are made by the Fabergé Jewelry Company, operated by Peter Carl Fabergé. In the early 1880s, Tsar Alexander III attended an exhibition of handicrafts and was fascinated by the work of this goldsmith.
Surrounded by high mountains, strong winds, short runways, Paro airport is among the most dangerous in the world. About 54 km from the capital Thimphu, Paro Airport is located in a deep valley on the banks of the Paro Chhu River, west of Bhutan. The ridges of the Himalayas reach over 5,500 meters around the airport, making it one of the most difficult aircraft to land in the world. The only international Paro airport in four airports in Bhutan. Before that, this was also the first and only airport of the happy kingdom as of 2011. Photo: Stocks. The only international Paro airport in four airports in Bhutan. There are two buildings, one is an air traffic control tower, the other is a place where passengers check in and waiting rooms for departure. Photo: Stocks.
The atomic bomb flattened Hiroshima (Japan) with temperatures reaching thousands of degrees Celsius, but hundreds of trees still sprouted from the ashes. After the August 6, 1945 atomic bomb, Dr. Harold Jacobsen, a Manhattan Project scientist, told the Washington Post that nothing could grow from Hiroshima's barren ground in more than 70 the following year. The industrial promotion hall in Hiroshima stood still on the day of the explosion. Currently known as the Atomic Bomb Dome, this structure is now a memorial to those killed in the bombing. Photo: US Army.
Cats have a special place in Japanese culture, even with cat islands for tourists to visit. For Japanese people, cats are more than just pets to keep a kitchen away from mice. Cats have long existed in Japanese culture, believed to bring good luck and good things. In Japanese folklore, there are many folk tales about cats. The most famous legend is the talented cat (Maneki Neko) who saved the lives of two samurai from danger. In addition, this animal also appears in Japanese folk paintings.
According to conspiracy theories from the 1990s, the city of Bielefeld, Germany is not real. Recently, the city government wants to smash the conspiracy theory by opening a contest with a reward of up to $ 1.1 million for anyone who can prove Bielefeld does not exist. The nearly 800-year-old city is gathering submissions from applicants from around the world.
About 6,300 guests of eight yachts are sailing at sea, including Greg Mortimer, which has more than 100 people infected with nCoV. Greg Mortimer, from Australia's Aurore Expeditions, sailed off Uruguay for two weeks. On the ship, there were 217 people, up to 128 people were positive for nCoV. The boat finally arrived at the port of Montevideo on April 10, based on an agreement between the two governments. More than 110 Australian and New Zealand passengers aboard, whether negative for nCoV or infected, were escorted directly to the Montevideo airport runway to return home on the morning of April 11. On board were still 80 crew members and about 20 European and American passengers waiting for testing.
Covid-19, like a storm of the century, swept through world tourism, blowing more than $ 2,000 billion in revenue and leaving 75 million jobs lost. From Asia to Europe, America, empty beaches, empty streets, empty landscapes and incessant aviation. No industry has experienced a rapid downturn like tourism under the impact of a pandemic. The technological revolution has brought people closer together by trips and the tourism industry, with a billion turns a year, suddenly becoming meaningless because of a virus, leaving people around the world in their homes. . The tourism industry seems to have developed a financial strategy for a crisis-free future. Tourists plan a bright prospect for a $ 8,000 billion industry: smooth borders, high demand for tourism ... without thinking of the dark corners of the market, like a pandemic. this.
USA - One of the surprises on the Jack Daniel distillery tour is seeing what killed the brand's founder. Founded in 1866, Jack Daniel’s Distillery is the first distillery to be registered in the United States and named on the list of National Historic Sites. Jasper Newton "Jack" Daniel is the founder of his brand. By 1904, his whiskey won a gold medal at the World Fair. It all started when Jack left home when he was seven. Mom died early, Jack's father remarried but died soon after. Hated stepmother, Jack left home and was adopted by Dan Call, a pastor. Dan began to teach Jack how to brew wine, and in 1875, Jack set up a distillery with this pastor with money from his late father.
The amusement parks that used to be crowded and bustling with laughter became ruined and dilapidated after being closed and shut down for many reasons.
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