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Rourkela, the steel city of Orissa, India. It is cleanest and friendliest of all places. I grew up here and spent my childhood days. And now when I am far from my city, I miss it badly more than ever! And for everyone who loves traveling..this place is worth a visit!!
Miklósvár is quaint, quiet, and surrounded by Transylvanian forests and fields. The food is hearty, the people are warm, and their way of life puts family and friends above most everything else.
Olney is a town with a rich history including; lace-making, a Pancake race dating back to 1445 as well as being home to John Newton
Newton was a slave abolitionist and wrote many hymns including "Amazing Grace". He is even featured in the Gospel Music Hall of fame.
As a North Carolinian and an alumni of UNC, I had to create a map of Chapel Hill, NC when I discovered They Draw & Travel. This college town is steeped in history and tradition so I thought what better way to share Chapel Hill with you than to begin with a win over 'Dook' at the Dean Dome, followed by a trip north through the campus to celebrate on Franklin St. and finally kicking back on the front porch at the Carolina Inn. Visit Chapel Hill once and you'll understand why it gained the nickname, 'The Southern Part of Heaven.'
Most people that venture to Belize spend most of their time on one of the islands. But the farming and fishing community of Hopkins offers many cultural and indigenous (Garifuna) rewards. Its unique character can't be beat. Except when you are listening to some of the best drumming in Belize!
This is the community I live in and love. Full of amazing people and beautiful places-the natural landscape rules here and we are so blessed to raise our children in such a magical place. This map is a labor of love for my place, inspired by my 4 year old's gift for "I Spy" and my endless wanting to collage everything I touch-Meigs Co. Ohio is truly a wonderful secret!
Smela's coat of arms depicts a girl breaking the arrow. According to the legend, during one of the Golden Horde raids, a local girl guided Russian warriors to the rear of the invaders. The enemy were defeated but the girl was killed with the enemy's arrow. Nobody knew her name, so they simply called her Smela ('a brave girl' in Russian). When the town was established there, they dicided to keep the name to commemorate the girl who saved the warriors and the local people.