12 Most Luxurious Tourist Train VIP-World

Train lovers – a special category of travelers. When traveling by train, especially over long distances, they find their romance. Especially if such a journey passes through the exciting route in a luxurious setting, with stops along the way and overnight stays in luxurious hotels and exclusive excursions.EDAC cruises by rail.

So what are these VIP-train, and how much it costs them a ride?

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Europe’s abandoned cooling towers

Traveling around Europe, Belgian photographer Reginald Van de Velde explore the bottom of the abandoned cooling towers and finds there the theatrical stage. He said

‘One thing that fascinates me is the fact that not a single cooling tower is the same. Each and every one of them has a unique interior design and build. They all look the same from the exterior, but with each visit to a new cooling tower I’m always surprised by a different interior, time and time again.

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The Beauty of the Norwegian fjords and British photographer Paul Edmunson

British photographer Paul Edmundson moved to Norway at the age of 16 years, fell in love with the beauty of the picturesque north of the country. His love is embodied in the beautiful pictures that we offer you to look at.

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Sheer cliff evokes feelings of anxiety, which is smoothed thanks to the soothing calm azure waters of the fjord in the background.

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The Peaceful Borders Between Countries In Europe

Since the Schengen Agreement of 1985, gradually they have been erased restrictions on mobility between countries in Europe. Photographer based in the Netherlands Valerio Vincenzo decided to document this change in his series “Borderline, Frontiers of Peace”.

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The first underwater museum in Europe

In the Canary Islands of Lanzarote, located in the Atlantic Ocean, there was Europe’s first underwater museum. 300 sculptures devoted to people or situations, characters who were residents themselves Canary Islands. The total area of the first underwater museum in Europe – 400 sq.m.

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Tram in Bilbao – The world’s Best Tram

Some people do not know or do not want to believe that the tram – the world’s best form of public transport. “Trams noisy, slow, and do not know how to go around traffic jams!” they say. a bunch of reasons can cause such people about what modern tramway system solved all of these problems, tell them about the benefits of modern rail transport, that the tram is cute and beautiful. And you can just show them the tram in the Spanish city of Bilbao. Ya many different trams seen in the world, but I think we cant see such type of.

Tram in Bilbao - The world's Best Tram

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Valley of Thousand Windmills, Lassithi

Valley of a Thousand mills or in Russian Долина тысячи мельниц, Windmills of Lasithi is located at 800 meters of the order of altitude in the central part of the island of Crete. This valley attracts man for its climate ever since the Neolithic. In the heyday, in the square, measuring 11 kilometers by 6 kilometers, it was not less than 10 thousand windmills are constructed to deliver water in the fertile soil of the valley. Mill design provides fabric-vane sail. 

Valley of Thousand Windmills, Lassithi

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Sea Organ Zadar, Croatia

Unique 70-meter sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Maritime Authority developed a Croatian architect Nikola Bašić. Unusual musical instrument open to the public since 2005. Sea waves and wind currents penetrate the structure through the openings in the lower level of the embankment, which are sent to the resonating chamber. Sounds of these cameras come out through the holes along the upper stages. This place in Zadar is popular among tourists and locals.

sea organ in the Croatian city of Zadar and creates a soothing and harmonizing sounds, using wind and waters of the Adriatic Sea.

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1865 Public Urinals in Paris by Charles Marville

In the early 1850s, Napoleon III commissioned the urban planner Baron Georges-Eugène Haussmann, the task of making Paris the most modern city in the world. At that time, the city was just like in the Middle Ages. Charles-François Bossu says Marville (1818 – 1879) was a French photographer known for his photographs of Paris before the great works of Haussmann that transformed the capital.

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Urinal sextuplace, theater Ambigu, c. 1875

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