Until almost 100 years ago Tirana only had a few thousand inhabitants, but under the Communist Regime it grew to half a million people.
Towards the end of our trip through the Ukraine we just wanted to relax, maybe hang around a beach for two or three days and do nothing. What a lucky coincidence that we had just arrived in Odessa 🙂
Actually we never wanted to go to Lviv. Nevertheless, this was were we fell out of a plane right on the first day of our tour across the Ukraine. And who was to blame? The UEFA!
Time for a new country! Today we travel to the capital of Belarus, often referred to as “Europe’s last dictatorship”.
There’s no shortage of hiking trails in the Black Forest, and on some you can walk in the footsteps of history. Twelve kilometers and 750 meters in altitude bring us closer to the history of hydroelectric power in Baden-Württemberg 🙂
We could hardly believe our luck: An actual Lost Place, in the middle of a residential area, almost on our doorstep. But what had been produced here?
We found an abandoned factory in Moldova by chance. But what was produced here?
Tokyo, with its 38 million inhabitants one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. And because a city of this size doesn’t just not fit into a single article, but looks much different by Day than it does by Night, today it’s Tokyo by Night 🙂
In 522 goddess Benzaiten emerged the island of Enoshima from the sea and chased a dragon away. We don’t know if that’s true, but Enoshima is a top spot for tourists and nature lovers today 🙂