Kaliakra is a long narrow cape in the southeastern part of the Dobrudzhan plateau. The coast of the cape is distinguished by sheer cliffs, almost vertically hanging over the sea – their height reaches 70 m.
Kaliakra is a natural and archaeological reserve where you can observe dolphins, cormorants and pinnipeds in the natural habitat. It also presents the remains of fortified walls, a water supply system, a bathhouse and the residence of the ruler of the Dobrudjan despotate Dobrotits, who at one time moved the capital here from Kavarna.
The fortress of the same name of the late XIV century became a symbol of this place after it played a decisive role in the naval battle of 1791 between the Russian and Turkish fleets. This battle determined the success of Russian soldiers in the Russo-Turkish war.
Also at the very tip of the cape is a small chapel of St. Nicholas. Continue reading
We tell how much Pobeda takes for transportation of things, whether the company has limitations regarding hand luggage, whether it is possible to save on registration and much more.
It is allowed to take on board as many items and things as you want (their weight is also not limited). The main thing is that they all fit in the calibrator, and its dimensions are fixed: 36x30x27 cm.
What things are allowed to take?
A laptop or tablet and 1 umbrella cane. They do not have to be put into the calibrator, which can not be said about chargers, cases, bags for transportation, etc. They will have to be put in a measuring box along with other things. By the way, the same goes for the camera.
Autumn and winter clothes. Coats, jackets, coats worn on passengers are not placed in the calibrator. Continue reading
Armenia is a country of many historical, architectural and natural attractions. To visit all of them, one trip will certainly not be enough. We tried to highlight the top 10 most interesting and unusual places that can give you a sea of new impressions and vivid memories of Armenia.
Landscapes of Armenia
The ancient megalithic complex is definitely worth seeing. Without exaggeration, Karahunge can be called the most mysterious attraction of Armenia. Scientists are still arguing about the age of the “Armenian Stonehenge”, one thing is certain – the bill here certainly goes for millennia. The purpose of the monumental structure is not entirely clear. Some scholars consider it a kind of sanctuary, others are inclined to think that Karahunj could be an ancient observatory. Continue reading