The Syrian Civil War began in the early spring of 2011 and has been tearing the country apart since. Close to 1 million people fled the country in search of a better life as refugees in Europe. Overall almost 11 million Syrians, or almost half the population, have been displaced. But in early 2016, the situation in Damascus, Syria's capital, has improved and a lot of young people decided to stay put. Bars and pubs started to reopen and people are glad to go there to just socialize and lead a somewhat "normal life." So, let's take a look at what the nightlife is like in Damascus.
Australian photographer Elliot Davis was part of the first ever group of foreigners given access to all stations across both lines of the Pyongyang Metro. It may sound as not a big deal, but before access to the Pyongyang Metro was restricted for foreigners, they could visit only 2 stations. The North Korean subway is quite different from all those you see in the US or France etc. Check it out.
Just recently we have made a post about the cheapest holiday destinations in the world, now it's about the most expensive ones.