Dana Ungureanu

Dana Ungureanu

Hi, my name is Dana Ungureanu, I am based in Cyprus.

I joined  TripMarble / BreathList in 2017 and have been mainly creating articles. I have published of these to date.

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Fort Apollonia

Fort Apollonia

Fort Apollonia was built by the British between 1765 and 1771, to ward off Dutch colonial ambitions. The abolition of the slave trade in the Gold Coast diminished the importance of the fort, as a result it became too expensive, so the British abandoned it in 1819 after which, the Dutch took ownership over the fort in 1868.

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5 Reasons why the Island of Aphrodite is a Top Holiday destination

5 Reasons why the Island of Aphrodite is a Top Holiday destination

An attractive Balkanic riot of cultures, with a tumultuous history and a rich heritage, a stone-throw away from southern Turkey and the extreme eastern point of the European shore of the Mediterranean, Cyprus or the Island of Aphrodite as it is often called. Here are 5 reasons why this island is a top holiday destination.

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6 Ghanaian Recipes You Won’t Get Enough Of

6 Ghanaian Recipes You Won’t Get Enough Of

Now that we’ve discovered Ghana, let us discover its food! Here are 6 Ghanaian recipes you won’t get enough of. It’s a given, take it from our marble finders!

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Fort Metal Cross

Fort Metal Cross

Reminding of British colonial times, Fort Metal Cross stands tall on a headland near Infuma, a fishing village in Dixcove (Dick’s Cove, as it was initially named), in Ghana’s western region. The quiet waters of the bay are perfect for sailing (if you have a small boat) and canoeing. Large ships anchor about 2 kilometres offshore.

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Tombs of the Kings

Tombs of the Kings

Imagine, being in a desert-like landscape knowing you are amongst some of Cyprus' most ancient tombs. Lying about two kilometres north-west of Paphos harbour lies the Tomb of the Kings Archeological Site. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The site contains carved rocks that date back to the Hellenistic and early Roman periods.

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Wine tours of Cyprus - Commandaria Wine Route

Wine tours of Cyprus - Commandaria Wine Route

Cyprus is not only the island of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, but also the island of wine. So let’s wine tour around Cyprus and follow the Commandaria Wine Route to see a century-long tradition of winemaking. Cyprus is the country of the oldest named wine still in production – Commandaria.

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Discover Ghana

Discover Ghana

How many of you do think of travelling to Ghana for a few weeks? We invite you to discover Ghana and give you 8 reasons why Ghana is a must visit. Our marble seekers have just returned from the exotic country with fresh news! Want to find out what they have to say?

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Kaole Ruins

Kaole Ruins

Three miles to the east of Bagamoyo, on the coastline of the Indian Ocean, lies Kaole, a small town and archaeological site in Tanzania. The Kaole Ruins include the remains of a 13th century mosque.

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Hamamni Persian Baths

Hamamni Persian Baths

An oriental landmark at the heart of Tanzania – the Hamamni Persian Baths! Built at the initiative of Sultan Barghash towards the end of the 19th century, Hamamni was the first edifice ever to serve as a public bath in Zanzibar. The baths continued to be used as such until 1920.

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Bamburi Beach

Bamburi Beach

On the lookout for a great holiday destination? You’re in the right place. Bamburi Beach provides the perfect place for a calm and exotic getaway.

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Fort William

Fort William

The trading Fort William was completed by 1757. It was built on hard rock near a sandy beach indentation with a sheltered harbour. The English had built a fort back in 1674 called Fort Charles which was destroyed to prevent it from being captured by other European companies. The English then hurried to construct Fort William.

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Best places to visit in Cyprus this summer

Best places to visit in Cyprus this summer

With summer kicking in soon again, the tourism industry in Cyprus is expected to boom. Here are a few of the best places to visit in Cyprus this summer.

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A Culinary Journey through Cyprus

A Culinary Journey through Cyprus

We’ve been to the mountains, we’ve lazed on the beach a little, now we need to eat, and a culinary journey through Cyprus would be more than fit. Here are a few yummy traditional Cypriot recipes and how to prepare them.

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Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

Known as Iguazu Falls, Iguassu or Iguaçu Falls, the immense waterfall on the Iguazu River is the symbol of Brazil. The fabulous spectacle that water makes by creating a water curtain formed by exactly 275 individual waterfalls has awed locals and tourists for centuries.

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Church of Panagia tis Aggeloktistis

Church of Panagia tis Aggeloktistis

The Church of Panagia tis Aggeloktistis stands in the Village of Kiti, in the Larnaca province of Cyprus. It was built in the 11th century over the ruins of a 5th century early Christian basilica. The interior of the church is covered in paintings rapidly done in watercolour on wet plaster.

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