in the places chosen
The city of Baranivka, in the southwestern part of the Zhytomyr region, is well known to ordinary residents of the region for its porcelain and generous harvests of forest blueberries. Recently, it has also secured the reputation of the most successful urban united territorial community of the region.
The times when long lines lined up behind Baran porcelain and he was in almost every house have already passed. Just as the fame of the oldest and largest enterprise that produced a variety of porcelain dishes with amazing paintings and received prestigious awards at international competitions has disappeared. Now many housewives cherish the services from Baranivka as a valuable relic, carefully wiping the dust from them. Many today, when the stores are already filled with elaborate porcelain from China, do not raise a hand to put Baran’s coffee cups on the table even for guests. Continue reading
The life of Kharkiv Yuriy Ignatov is like a dream – outlandish corners of the world, funny companies and colorful photos. He made travels not only his hobby, but also his work.
About how he succeeded, in special places on Earth and in relations with his family, the power of tolerance and love for people, as well as on the reverse side of the coin, Ignatov told the publication Observer.
How it all started
I was born and raised in Kharkov. I never wanted to follow in the footsteps of medical parents, so I studied in Kiev at the Faculty of Informatics of the KPI. For a long time he was engaged in macroeconomics in the civil service. Our research was related to the automation of analytical processes, so I worked almost in my specialty. Continue reading
Experts predict that in 2018 Turkey will receive about $ 30 billion from tourism. By 2023, the 100th anniversary of the founding of the state, they intend to increase this figure to $ 50 billion. But half a century ago, there was virtually no tourism infrastructure in the country.
From generals to foreign investment
The territory of Turkey is washed by four seas: Black, Marmara, Aegean and Mediterranean. The subtropical Mediterranean climate reigns on almost the entire coast (the coastline is 7,200 km). There are more than 1300 thermal springs, many historical sights (from Hagia Sophia, the symbol of the golden age of the Byzantine Empire, to the ruins of Troy), natural parks. However, in the 1950s it was difficult to see all this: the country lacked hotels that met international standards, and transport infrastructure. Continue reading