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March 28, 2020

Updated The United Kingdom galleries

Our trip around the Irish Island took us to the Northern Ireland, too. It is a part of United Kingdom. Here, the main attractions were not the greens of the nature, but splendid coastal sceneries (Carrick-a-Rede, Giant's Causeway), a visit of a whisky producing factory (Bushmills), a castle ruin (Dunluce) and cities with relatively recent bloody history (Derry, also known as Londonderry, and Belfast the capital of the Northern Ireland). Beside other, we found out we have a lot of invalid British coins. However, the weather was generous, what was more than fine.




March 25, 2020

Opened the Ireland galleries

We managed it visiting the island last possible summer while it was entire a part of the European Union yet. Republic of Ireland is spread over its south five sixths and our trip started and ended there, in Dublin the capital, leading us not only through human settlements but also through in places incredibly green countryside. The greens were sometimes that vivid the camera had problems to capture it properly. And yes, the weather was quite rainy a few days working on even greener greens for sure.




November 12, 2019

Updated the Greece galleries

Greece is a subtropical country with a rich history, nice nature, and stable summer weather, surely well worth the visit. This time we spend a pleasant hot summer time on the Kos Island near the Turkey coast. Additionally we also visited the volcanic Nisyros island for a walk in its main crater and through a lava stone beach. In the galleries, there you can find a selection of photos made not only in these but also in some more Greek coastal destinations we had the pleasure to visit this millennium.




May 8, 2019

Updated the Germany galleries

Easter holidays, beautiful weather with temperatures for short sleeves, who would not go for a trip. Travelling to Germany this time, to Bavaria its largest federal state, we visited cities of Bamberg, Nuremberg, and Regensburg, walked mainly through their historical centres, also sailed on a boat (in Regensburg). We tasted ice cream everywhere (the best was in Regensburg) and could not omit Bavarian beer, naturally.

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