Baton Rouge is the capital of the southern state of Louisiana. The city itself lies on the famous Mississippi River and is anchored in the US battleship USS Kidd, which forms the war memorial of the same name.
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By the end of March this year, visitors to the Orlik Dam will have a view of places that are normally hidden under water. You can just go for a walk along the exposed banks or visit some famous historical monuments.
If you are going to visit the Algarve in southern Portugal, you will probably be at least passing through Faro. For his sights alone, it would be a shame not to stop for a while.
We leave San Salvador around 9 am by bus to Usulután and head for Alegría. Situated at an altitude of over 1240 meters above sea level, this small town with 15,000 inhabitants is surrounded by coffee plantations, which are the main source of income. Until 1891, the city was called Tecapa, which in Nahuati meant "lagoon" or "rocky river". Then the city was renamed after a former Catholic bishop who worked on the development of the village.
Today we will take you to the district of Liptovský Hrádok - Dovalov. It was administratively attached to this charming town in 1971, although its size is larger than Hrádok itself.
Today you will visit the town of Berastagi and climb the Sibayak volcano. Buses called Murni Expres leave from Medan.
The inconspicuous island in the southwestern part of Pembrokeshire was first settled in the Iron Age. It was originally called Skalmey, a name taken from the Viking words of Skalm (short Czech sword) and ey (island). The name was probably derived from the shape of the island, which is divided into two equal sized areas connected by a narrow rocky barrier of natural origin and therefore looks like half-polished. During the Iron Age, there were estimated to be up to 200 people, so it was an important and flourishing community for some time.
From the magnificent Palace Pier through the Old Steine garden, we head to one of Brighton's most sought-after attractions, the former Royal Pavilion.
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