Lviv Promotion

Turkey’s "Eighth Wonder of the World"

Issue 35, May 2011.
Until forty or fifty years ago, Pamukkale was a place where travelers found peace and tranquillity amid the sacred spring that still lies exposed and in the deep silence of the tombs that lay scattered over the countryside towards the surrounding hills. In spite of the doubtful merits of present-day tourist industry developments, one can still confidently assert that Pamukkale has lost nothing of its former attractions. Pamukkale, which means 'Cotton Castle' in Turkish, is known to today’s Turks as the unofficial 8th wonder of the world. Pamukkale is located in Turkey's Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which enjoys a temperate climate over the greater part of the year.

Sweet delights of Lviv Fashion Week

Issue 34, April 2011.
This year Lviv Fashion Week visitors were pleasantly surprised with not only Haute Couture presentations, but also with innovative work of Lviv’ confectionaries.
Palandöken ski center has a sufcient number of suitable skiing slopes for Alpine

Connecting Lviv to the World: Erzurum

Issue 34, April 2011.
English travel author Sir John Mandeville provides us with one of the first literary references to Erzurum in his 14th century accoun of journeying through modern-day Turkey. He drew particular attention to the cold temperature of the local climate — something which he attributed to the mountainous terrain. Erzurum remains one of the coldest spots in Turkey and a focus for winter sports — five kilometers south of the city lies Palandöken, a state-of-the-art ski resort that soars to 3,271 meters.