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A guide to having fun around Granada

2018-05-06 04:48:29

This article takes you to enjoy the surroundings of Granada


"Little Mermaid" bronze statue (Little Mermaid) is a world famous bronze statue, she is located in the northeast of Copenhagen, Denmark Langelinie Park (Langelinie), by the Danish sculptor Edward Eliksen based on Andersen's fairy tale "The Daughter of the sea" cast, from 1913 in the Long beach completed, has been more than 80 years of history, It is regarded as the symbol of Copenhagen and attracts countless tourists every year.


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Mir Castle Complex is an outstanding example of Central European castle architecture and an extraordinary historic site, inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2000. The castle combines a variety of classical styles, such as literature and Baroque, and also has traditional Belarusian architectural features. Surrounded by the lake and the forest, this monumental building emits a dazzling light, standing in the broad land of the suburb, attracting tourists from all over the world to visit.


Bryggen, also known as "German Pier" (Tyskebryggen), was built in 1070 AD by King Olaf Gil and is the oldest part of the second city in Norway and the important city of Bergen in Scandinavia. German merchants settled in Bergen during the Hanseatic League in the 14th century, and in 1360 they established a trading headquarters in Bergen's old waterfront district of Bruggen, gradually taking over buildings near the docks, making it one of the four important overseas Hanseatic towns.


It is impossible to find out when Arbata Street was built, but from the Russian official "Moscow Yearbook" records, the earliest date can be traced back to July 28, 1493. There are two theories about the origin of Arbat Street: First, its Russian pronunciation means "board cart", it is said that in the early days, many Arabs used board carts to pull goods; The second is from the Arabic word, which means "near neighbor".


Marienplatz is a large open square located in the Munich district, where Munich's old Town Hall and government hall are located.