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Rome. The Italian capital was founded at the point where the Tiber River flows into the Tyrrhenian Sea on the Apennines. The smallest state Vatican kept masterpieces of world art and the native lands of Rome. The wealth of the historical heritage of Rome cannot be compared with any other place in the world: there are antique medieval quarters, the early Christian catacombs, and the Renaissance buildings that can be seen during the bus tour. To understand what football means for Italians you should come to a certain football game. A stadium where the events take place is a monument of architecture of the XX century. Rome is a gastronomic capital. City restaurants serve a diversity of national delicacies. Rome is also a capital of fashion. Everywhere you can find a variety of goods produced by famous brands and local designers.
Berlin is the symbol of united Germany with its peculiar combination of historical buildings and modern streets. Nowadays the Eastern part of it is a region of skyscrapers, trade centers and luxurious offices, and the West Berlin is a living history of the past centuries. Overall, there are more than 130 museums there: exhibition and cultural centre in the Tiergarten area, Museum Island, Charlottenburg Palace. It’s worth to mention the Museum Dahlem. There are 380,000 engravings and paintings exhibited there. The non-stop entertainment life of Berlin has always something to offer to the city visitors: three opera houses and numerous dramatic theatres, big music bands and shows. As to young people loving night life and clubs, they can always find enjoyable places for their pastime.
Venice surely is the most miraculous and most romantic city in the world, the city on the water. It is situated in the eastern part of Northern Italy. Venice is one of largest visitor centers in Europe, the city of theatre and film festivals and international art exhibitions. Venice is a city of significant architecture, where practically each building can lay a claim to being historical memorial. No wonder that the whole old part of the city and its lagoon was put on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Beautiful and magnificent palaces form freakish and mysterious world, where estranged Gothic elegance conforms to Baroque baronial splendor. And practically everywhere the dash of water is heard. The main mean of transportation in Venice is a water bus, there is a water taxi as well, but it is much more expensive.
Rio. The second city of Brazil is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean in the world's largest harbor. The Brazilian city is unimaginable without its symbol Sugar Head and a huge statue of Jesus on top of the mountain. The central part of the city is famous for the residence of the Portuguese kings. The southern region has a fringe of sandy beaches with soft names – Ipanema, Copacabana, Leblon. The total length of the city's beaches is about 90 kilometers. In the north of Rio there is a legendary stadium Maracana, with the capacity to accommodate 150 000 football fans. Evergreen giant trees, slender palms with graceful canopy, a large number of exotic flowers decorate Rio everywhere. The annual parade of samba transforms the city into an unforgettable vibrant bright event.
Toronto is the capital of Ontario province, one of the largest cities and the cultural center of Canada. The gigantic skyscrapers of banks and offices harmonize here with green beauty of parks, where friendly squirrels live and local citizens arrange picnics.The most interesting places to visit in Toronto are High Park, Queen’s Park, Grange Park, Toronto Islands Park, Trinity Bellwood’s Park, the amusement park in Ontario Square and of course the main city symbol – CN Tower, which height is 553 meters.It is worth seeing Casa Loma, eccentric castle, which was built by the baker Henry Pellatt in 1914. Other places of interest are old Fork York, Fort George, Algonquin Park, the Maple Syrup Museum and famous Niagara Waterfall, which is situated just 100 kilometers to the South of the city.In Toronto things are humming, there are many restaurants and night clubs, the young people and tourists walk around the city all day and night long.