In an often-forgotten corner of the Horn of Africa, Eritrea’s capital boasts one of the world’s finest collections of early 20th-century architecture – with UNESCO awarding it World Heritage Site status earlier this year.
Asmara, the capital of Eritrea origins back some 700 years primarily as an Italian state. The area still has artistic flavors of Italian culture, architecture and culinary traditions.
Many tourists praise the country belonging to different religions particularly Islam and Christianity as the day starts with a prayer call for Muslims followed by Christians’ prayers from cathedral. It is the safest region of the entire Africa and a source of persistent attraction to the travelers who plan and get on flights to Asmara. Continue reading Asmara Offers Cheap Flights to its Travelers→
Yesterday, I went to the City Hall in Krakow, Poland, to interview Prof. Jacek M Majchrowski, Mayor of the Royal Capital City of Kraków since 2002 (re-elected in 2006, 2010 and in 2014), a lawyer, historian, and a professor at Jagiellonian University.