The most famous celestial walk in the world is made in the shape of a horseshoe in the USA, ie over Grand Canyon. The $ 30 million project was completed in 2007 and can accommodate a maximum of 120 people at a time. Ticket prices for the 266-meter-long celestial walk over the Grand Canyon range from $ 80 onwards, depending on the package. Otherwise, one cannot buy a separate ticket just for Skywalk, as the sky walk is part of one or more packages that include various other tourist activities. It is the construction of a lookout or skywalk, the first and unique in Croatia. As part of the EU project “New Adrion – Promoting the sustainable use of natural heritage PP Biokovo” on Biokovo is building a unique tourist content in Croatia. Photo: Jadranovo doo Photo: Jadranovo doo Cover photo: Jadranovo doo The project “New Adrion” is funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the Operational Program Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014 – 2020, and is an investment in the Biokovo Nature Park with the aim of improving the system of visiting and educating visitors, for the sustainable use of natural heritage . The investment aims to increase the educational capacity of visitors to PP Biokovo through the development of new educational programs and content, increase the number of visitors and the attractiveness of natural heritage through the improvement of visitor and promotional content, and a higher level of visitor safety. The lookout will be in the shape of a semicircle or arch, and it is specific that the floor and the outside will be made of glass, which gives the feeling of a heavenly walk. The lookout will be 12 meters from the edge at a height of 1228 meters. The project should be ready and ready for visitors in 2021. Photo: Jadranovo doo Otherwise, if the weather conditions are ideal, you can see Italy from Biokovo, which is interesting info and sales point for tourists from Italy.
Citizen Link 14 February 2014Facebook users now have more than 50 terms to choose from — in addition to him, her or them — when choosing their online “gender” preference.The Associate Press, which broke the story Thursday, interviewed Focus on the Family Gender Issues Analyst Jeff Johnston. He told the news outlet that Facebook is allowed to manage its site how it wants to, but that it’s impossible to deny “biological reality.”Some of the new options include: androgynous, transgender and genderqueer.“Transgender activists reject the reality of two sexes, male and female. They believe there is a spectrum of ‘genders,’ and that people should be free to choose or change their ‘gender,’” Johnston told CitizenLink “In this policy change, Facebook is giving in to this small group of activists. In doing so, they are contributing to the cultural confusion that already exists.FOR MORE INFORMATION Read “Transgenderism’ and the Deconstruction of Gender.”http://www.citizenlink.com/2014/02/14/analyst-facebooks-new-gender-pronouns-contributes-to-cultural-confusion/