Baur au Lac Hotel Zurich, Switzerland

  • May 27, 2015
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Zurich’s venerable hotel, Baur au Lac, boasts a history as breathtaking as its Alp and lakeside setting. Opened in 1844 by Johannes Baur, the property hosted the world-premiere of Wagner’s Die Walküre, with Richard himself performing, and Alfred Nobel’s former secretary, Bertha von Suttner, conceived of the Nobel Peace Prize in one of the hotel’s salons.

 

Tourist Places to Explore on your Trip to Switzerland

  • February 20, 2014
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Switzerland due to its small in size all the astounding attractions and fabulous destinations is located close to each other that makes the vacationers more convenient to visit and explore the splendid beauty of the country. This country is truly very beautiful and is visited and explored by all the sort of vacationers from every nook and corner of the entire world. Apart from the vacationers this wonderful country is also visited and explored by the filmmakers, poets, singers, authors and many alike as they get very close to the nature here in this country.

 

Famous walls around the world

  • March 19, 2013
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The Great Wall of China is world-renowned as a technological marvel that was centuries before its time. While this wonder of the world should be high on the list of walls to see, it’s by no means the only impressive sight waiting to be explored and appreciated.

 
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