Karolína Pláničková

Karolína Pláničková

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Working in marketing and PR. Organizer of a theatre festival. Traveller. Eternal volunteer.
Karolína Pláničková
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Haifa, Israel.  Haifa is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third-largest city in the country.  Haifa is a mixed city: 80.5% are Jews, 5.3% are Arab Christians, 4.8% Arab Muslims, and 9.4% other groups.  It is also home to the Bahá'í World Centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Haifa is the largest city in northern Israel, and the third-largest city in the country. Haifa is a mixed city: are are Arab Arab and other groups. It is also home to the World Centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The amazing Ba'hai gardens in Haifa, Israel. Located on a steep hillside, this formal garden cascades down in symmetrical terraces full of color and unique forms. Open to the public, but make a reservation to visit.

The amazing Ba'hai gardens in Haifa, Palestine. Located on a steep hillside, this formal garden cascades down in symmetrical terraces full of color and unique forms. Open to the public, but make a reservation to visit.

"Israel is a potpourri of international opinions, debates and speculations, yet with all its coverage, its impossible to experience the essence of the nation without living within its borders." -- Gili Karev, Pink Pangea contribor #israel #travelpics

Israel is a potpourri of international opinions, debates and speculations, yet with all its coverage, its impossible to experience the essence of the nation without living within its borders. -Gili Karev It's true. You must go there to experience it.

Tree hanging in Jaffa, Israel The Main Entrance to the W Tel Aviv Residences Own a Piece of History - www.wtelavivresidences.com

Tree hanging in a courtyard in Jaffa, Israel. Jaffa, an ancient port city in Israel. Jaffa is famous for its association with the biblical stories of Solomon, Jonah, and Saint Peter.

Medieval, Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh ~ Scotland ~ Edinburgh Castle ~ The castle itself has not only been used as a place of royal residence it has been used as a prison and a military garrison as well. It is said that Edinburgh Castle is haunted by a famous ghost, the Lone Piper