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Listen to the Chiming of the Orloj in Prague

Posted by Sunshine Silva in Prague, Czech Republic

One of the most beautiful cities in the world and one of the most visited cities in Europe; Prague will appeal to all type of travelers, ...

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Watch the Northern Lights in Tromso, Norway

Posted by Sunshine Silva in Tromso, Norway

If you have been raring to watch the spectacular northern lights unfold, you must take a trip to Tromso, Norway, a city known to be the o...

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The Best of Malta. You gotta go here!

Posted by Sunshine Silva in Malta

Known as the “Land of Honey”, the island country of Malta will spellbind you with its magnificent landscapes, fossil-peppered...

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Seize the Moment at Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

Posted by Sunshine Silva in Japan

Prepare to be captivated by Hitachi Seaside Park located in Hitchanika, Japan. One of the most beautiful parks in Japan, Hitachi Seaside ...

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The Enchanting Galapagos Islands

Posted by Jane Patrick in Galápagos Islands, Ecuador

The Galápagos Islands are probably the most famous wildlife-watching destination in the world. And no wonder – it’s almost impossible to ...

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5 Delectable Dishes at Tsukiji Fish Market, Tokyo, Japan

Posted by Chiemi Irene Alonzo in Tsukiji, Japan

If you are a foodie, a culinary expert, or simply one who wants to savor delectable and exquisite dishes not found anywhere else in ...

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The Enthralling Beauty of Sabtang Island, Batanes, Philippines

Posted by Chiemi Irene Alonzo in Sabtang Island, Philippines

The Philippines is composed of more or less 7,107 islands, and one of those islands is Sabtang, part of the Batanes group of islands...

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Fujisan, a Source of Artistic Inspiration

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Japan

The mountain towers over villages, seas and lakes. It has seen a large number of pilgrimages from the creative arts professionals due to its ability to inspire.

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Video; The Sad, Yet Intriguing Story of Pompeii

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Italy

When Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD and buried the Roman City of Pompeii under 6 meters of ash and pumice, nobody would have thought that it would be one of the best conserved Roman culture case studies.

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Kazan Kremlin Complex; The Tatar Fortress

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Russian

It is the only remaining Tatar fortress with traces of original town planning here and there. There is evidence in the complex of the existence of the Khanate. The Tatar and Russian architecture is well represented.

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Russian Architecture As Represented By Trinity-Sergius Lavra Ensemble

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Moscow, Russia

The 14th to 18th century Russia was characterized by rapid development of urban centers. It imported and developed its own architectural styles to bring out to fore the Great Russian spirit. Many of the buildings built in the ensemble of Trinity-Sergius Lavra in sergiev Posad became prototypes for later developments.

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Explore the Museum Island in Germany

Posted by Kennedy Runo in Germany

The Museumsinsel is German for 'Museum Island'. It can be described as a social phenomenon that has its roots in the Age of Enlightenment that spread its tentacles to all Europe, and more specifically to the French People who initiated the French Revolution.

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