There are places in Europe where you won’t see a road, hear the roar of engines, or breathe exhaust fumes. This is not a fantasy or a dream! In the Netherlands, there is a magical place that has earned a romantic name – Dutch Venice. In our technological age, this unique settlement surprises not only with its identity and national color, but also with the way of movement. For many centuries in a row, local residents even go to their neighbor… they go by boat.The village of Githorn is truly a Paradise on earth! And it is located just 120 kilometres from Amsterdam in the national Park Weerribben-Wieden. It has become such a unique place not because of its natural location or terrain features, but as a result of thoughtless actions of local residents.
The first settlers were happy with the area where there is a lot of peat and settled here, just dug it near their homes, so it was more convenient. Continue reading
From the trailer for transporting horses made “Gypsy” apartments: the interior caused mixed comments in the network
In our time, a small house on wheels will not surprise anyone. From what vehicles only do not manage to make real comfortable cottages and even hotels, starting from small trailers for cars and pumping multi-ton trucks. This time, an absolutely unique Gypsy caravan appeared on the Internet, created from a large trailer for transporting horses, with an interior that caused a lot of ambiguous comments. Continue reading
A very unusual resident appeared in the steppes of Kalmykia, who not only fell in love with the expanse and freedom of the steppe region, but is trying to create a unique tourist settlement-a luxury hoton. This young ambitious foreigner in his project tries to combine the national flavor of nomadic life and technological achievements of the XXI century, so instead of the usual rooms, travelers will be met by comfortable yurts.
Clemens Auer-a young programmer from Austria in his quest for self-realization got all the way to the steppes of Kalmykia! And it all started with the fact that he could not find a decent job in his city and after an interview got to Russia. Continue reading