Old Prague continues to surprise many travelers, as it has done for many centuries…
And at the same time attract newlyweds from all over Europe, wedding photos on the Charles bridge or at the old town hall, against the background of the famous astronomical clock of the Renaissance – a kind of “certificates” of excellent taste of the newlyweds. Continue reading
The country received the name Burma at the end of the XIX century, when British colonizers came there.
In 1989, the military who came to power returned the country’s original name of Myanmar, as it is called by most indigenous people. Continue reading
The world’s oldest mirror was found during excavations on the territory of modern Iraq, it is about 10,000 years old.
Mirrors in ancient times were made of polished bronze.
Metals (bronze, silver, and copper) were used to make mirrors in the Mediterranean countries until the THIRTEENTH century, when Italian Venice began to produce mirrors of the usual type for us-from glass. Continue reading