L’Alcudia is a small Valencian town set between the Mediterranean Sea and the Caroigo Massif, with a typical Mediterranean climate: mild winters and summers.
Feral cats have either never had any contact with humans or their contacts with humans have diminished over time. They are the same species as pet cats but usually too fearful to be handled or adopted; feral cats are truly wild animals.
Tomar is a charming Portuguese city, filled with ancient churches, narrow cobbled streets, and traditional white houses. The city is set in a landscape of beautiful valleys, bending rivers, and gently rolling mountains swathed in pines and eucalyptus trees.
Santarem is known as the Portuguese Gothic capital and lies on the Caminho Português, a Catholic pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
The Cathedral of St. Nicholas, also known as Ljubljana Cathedral, is the most illustrious example of a Slovenian Baroque building. It looks unpretentious from the outside, but you must go in – it is magnificent!
Designed and decorated by the greatest artists and architects of the time, the Venice churches have become one of the most favorite tourist attractions in the city.
The Church of St. Martin (Italian: Chiesa di San Martino) is a Roman Catholic church located in Piazza Galuppi, the main square of the Island of Burano, northeastern Italy.
The Sava is the longest river in Slovenia. Its total length is 947 km (588 mi), of which 221 km (137 mi) belong to the country and 4 km (2.5 mi) draw a line between Slovenia and Croatia.
Barcelona Zoo is a 13-ha (32 ac) zoological garden in the capital of Catalonia. It is visited every year by more than 1 million people.
Naples Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Napoli), or the Cathedral of the Assumption of St. Mary, is the main Roman Catholic church of the city of Naples, in Campania, southern Italy.