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Welcome to Travel Blog Europe. This is a real and authentic travel blog with all the content from Europe you can imagine or even didn't know existed. Get far away from the touristy paths. Choose the country of your interest below, or scroll down to pick a category of your choice - All about different topics from Europe.

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Get a Russian Visa – A Simple Guide

How to apply for a Russian tourist visa? If you are a citizen of the European Union, there are a few steps to follow and everything will be fine – If you do it right from the beginning. This is my impressions from the Russian visa process.

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I'm glad you found TravelBlogEurope.com! You know, all content on this site is unique and written by me. This travel blog is for you, who want to see more than just sandy beaches and fancy drinks.

Instead, I want that you learn and explore. The continent of Europe is not that developed and uniform as you might think. There are big contrasts. There are thrilling traces from the dramatic past. There are millions of stories to tell. I want to show everything. From museums to well-hidden things deep inside the forests.

You will probably notice I put a lot of attention on Eastern Europe. While Europe is more than London, Paris, and Barcelona, is Eastern Europe often an overlooked part of the continent. I try to change that without telling only positive or negative things - The conclusion of where you want to travel is in the end always yours.

Yours Sincerely

Anton @ TravelBlogEurope.com

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Back To Chernobyl

April 26, 1986, a reactor exploded at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant located in Ukraine. About 250,000 people were evacuated from the nearby town of Pripyat and nearby villages. Polluted clouds spread far north, but the most affected areas were Ukraine and Belarus. Even in northern Sweden, increased levels of radioactive deposition...