Every City
I'll post several cities and its best points
Every City
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This is one of the most impressive caves on the planet. A place of clear water and amazing rock formation surrounded by forests that make the landscape of the cave a unique place.
The cave is surrounded by myths and mysteries, they say this place is protected by the Greek gods and is only for few people.
The interaction of light and water makes it even more spectacular. The best time to visit the cave is in the morning when the first rays of sun begin to invade its interior, and also in the late afternoon, when the light begins to give space to the darkness.
It has the soft feel of a boat adrift. There is a legend that says that the cave is inhabited penalty Melissanthi nymph, who committed suicide because of his unrequited love for God Pan
Excavations were carried out inside the cave in 1951, and many artifacts have been found dating from the 3rd century BC. Figures Nymph designed them give credits to the legend mentioned above. The lake water is a mixture of freshwater and saltwater, and there is a cave about 500 meters from the sea.
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The locks of the Milvian Bridge in Italy.

Located north of Rome, is one of the most important bridges crossing the Tiber. But what makes this site one of the most popular attractions in the region is that, over the bridge, we can find hundreds of thousands of padlocks.

This fact is linked to the ancient idea of love and lovers: by locking the padlock and throw the key into the river, the lovers would become forever linked. This habit also exists in several other regions of Europe.

In July 2007, after breaking a pole, caused by the excessive weight of the huge amount of locks, the city of Rome pillars installed near each of the light poles, which are hung on chains where the locks can be hung, thereby preserving the integrity of the site.

At another point in a similar tradition, the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, thanks to this tradition and tourism rampant, thousands of locks had to be removed frequently, spoiling the structure of the bridge. Because of this, the council stipulated a fine of 50 euros for those caught in the act, putting padlocks on site.
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