Djangul Crimea – When the Sun Goes Down The Magic Starts

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Rate our ReviewsDjangul Crimea…While on holidays, I try to use every single hour of daylight to explore, visit and sightsee. Night, silvered by the bright moonlight, is as beautiful as the day, but for me, it is rather a time of slower motions. It is a time to have dinner and enjoy the ambiance then […]

Sudak, Crimea – A Window on the World of Fantasy

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Rate our ReviewsSudak, Crimea…Some years ago I found a picture on the Internet, showing a girl sitting on the windowsill, of a beautiful stone window. The window had a column in the middle and the view of a calm sea in the background. The girl was looking into the distance pensively. On the horizon there […]

Chufut-Kale, Crimea – Have You Ever Felt Watched … by a Rock?

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Rate our ReviewsChufut-Kale…Ancient cave-cities are intriguing! Famous ones  are located in Cappadocia (Turkey), Mesa Verde (United States),  Kandovan (Iran) and Vardzia (Georgia). There are more such cities in the world, for  example, Chufut-Kale, Crimea , an ancient, fortress settlement, on a large plateau, that has been deserted for some decades.

Yalta…Does it Really Matter..to Whom it Belongs?

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Rate our ReviewsYalta was, or still is maybe, the premier destination for Russian holidaymakers from the former Soviet Union. They headed for the stony beaches of the Black Sea or the many sanitariums dotted around the area, many of these were sponsored by their workplace.

Bakhchisaray, Crimea – In the Footsteps of the Crimean Tatars

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Rate our ReviewsMy very first day of my Crimean holiday was spent in Bakhchisaray. The name doesn’t sound very Russian, in fact, it sounds rather oriental. But, check the map, it is still in Europe, not the Middle East! Bakhchisaray is home to the palace of the same name, and that is what makes this […]