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вторник, 17 июля 2012 г.

Tokaj. A voyage to Tokaj, Hungary, Europe.

The world-renowned sweet wines of Tokaj (toke-eye) have been produced here since the 15th century. Today Tokaj is a picturesque little town of old buildings, nesting storks and wine cellars, offering plenty of opportunities to sample its famous tipple. And lying at the confluence of the Bodrog and Tisza Rivers, there are ample options for recreation. The wines of Tokaj, a picturesque little town of vineyards and nesting storks, have been celebrated for centuries; in fact, the town is so beloved for its amber liquid that it receives a mention in the national anthem. But Tokaj is just one of 28 towns and villages of the Tokaj-Hegyalja, a 66 sq km vine-growing region that produces wine along the southern and eastern edges of the Zemplén Hills and was declared a World Heritage Site in 2002.

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Beautiful photos.