Pontypridd Town

The history of Pontypridd is closely linked to the coal and iron industries with transport links across the valleys, Ponty was once known for having the longest railway platform in the World. With a population of around 33,000 modern Ponty is a bustling market town with a rich cultural legacy and an active, close-knit community.

Athens City

One of the most ancient cities of the world, Athens, is going back more than 3.000 years. It is the capital of Greece and the place where democracy was born. The city, with a population around 3 million is here to combine Ancient Greece with Modern Greece, through the countless monuments all around the city and the suburbs.

Pau City

Welcome to Pau! This French city is located in the heart of the former sovereign State of Béarn, of which it was the capital from 1464. Bordered by the Gave de Pau, the city is located 100 kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean and 50 kilometres from Spain. Its location gives Pau an amazing view of the Pyrenees mountain range. Pau is a city with a rich history and multiple influences: parliamentary, royal, cosmopolitan, a splendid terrace on the Pyrenees, and always very contemporary.

Ynysybwl Village

The picturesque village of Ynysybwl is located four miles to the north of Pontypridd in the Welsh county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taff. It is a semi-rural place surrounded by farms, the Llanwonno forestry and positioned next to the powerful Clydach Stream. Although we have all the benefits of the remote countryside, we can travel to the heart of Cardiff in half an hour! The village boomed alongside the Lady Windsor Colliery in the late nineteenth century; hundreds of terraced houses were built for mining families. The coal industry was the largest employer in Ynysybwl until the 1980s when the mine permanently closed. Today the pit site has been reclaimed by nature and is a living, evolving piece of history on our doorstep.

Kumanovo city

Kumanovo the city of intertwined cultures, religions and traditions, memories and coexistence. The city in which you will walk along Uqumat-sokagi, one of the oldest streets (now 11 Oktomvri Street), you will meet many old crafts, you will taste delicious food, you will hear many legends. Here the song and the joke will welcome you at every step. The city of the famous prankster Batko Gjorgjija, about whom you will hear something from everyone.
Located in the northeast part of the Republic of North Macedonia, at an altitude of 340 meters, Kumanovo is located at the crossroads of the two most important corridors in the country (Corridor 8 – Corridor 10). By population, Kumanovo is the largest municipality in the Republic of North Macedonia, covering an area of ​​509.48 km2. The characteristics of the temperate-continental climate prevail throughout the seasons. The city of disobedience and revolution, Kumanovo today is a real multiethnic center.