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Best Places to See and Top Things to Do in Cusco City Peru

Sacsayhuaman Park Peru

Across the Cusco Region, traditional or even the old ways aren’t simply overlooked. Vibrant colored national costumes give a link with the past, just like nature festivities and native festivals having a hint of agnostic custom blend using the serious Catholic fiestas. Virtually as vibrant may be the impressive landscape from the Cusco Region that tilts in the Andean mountain ...

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Major Tourist Attraction Sites in Nîmes, France

JARDINS De La FONTAINE - Gardens of Source in Nimes France

Nîmes is one of the greatest historic centers in the world with scattered Roman monuments all over it. They are actually one of the most preserved monuments in France. This historic center has a warm and charming atmosphere. Here are some of the top rated tourist attractions in Nîmes, France: Major Tourist Attraction in Nîmes ANCIENT ROMAN AMPHITHEATER JARDINS De La ...

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8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Sri Lanka

Sigiriya - Rock Fortress

Going by Sri Lanka’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites is an ordeal made a great deal more uncommon by the relative absence of sightseers contrasted with other South Asian nations. And from Kandy and Nuwara Eliya to Anuradhapura and Galle Fort, no visit to Sri Lanka is finished without seeing these historical places of Sri Lanka. Not many People know that ...

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Top 10 Things to do in Baku Azerbaijan

Baku Flame towers and old city

Baku is the capital of Azerbaijan, a former USSR country situated 92 ft below sea level on the shoreline of Caspian Sea. Baku is the largest city of Azerbaijan and Caspian Sea. The city is divided into two main parts: The ancient city (Icheri Sheher) and the new city. Ancient division (Icheri Sheher) of the Baku is UNESCO World Heritage Side. Perfect ...

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The Beautiful Tatra Mountains Of Poland And Slovakia

Beautiful Tatras

The Tatra Mountains, often simply known as the Tatras, are a range of the Carpathian Mountains on the boarder of Poland and Slovakia. The Tatras cover an area of roughly 785 square kilometers, the majority of which lies within Slovakia. They are the highest mountain range within the Carpathians, and the highest peak in the range lies just north of ...

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AGRA GETS AIR-CONNECTIVITY

First it was the train and now it’s the flight.  More connectivity is being added to make it convenient to access the city of the Taj Mahal.  The Union Minster of Civil Aviation in the Government of India has assured air connectivity to Agra. This comes as a New Year’s gift to the tourism industry as the flight is expected ...

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Lisbon adventures: what not to miss

If you”re thinking of booking a luxury getaway in Portugal, Lisbon is a brilliant destination to choose. As you”re probably aware, it”s the nation”s capital, and it”s also a really interesting city to explore. There”s just so much to do here that it”d be easy to spend your whole break looking around without getting the least bit bored, and whether you ...

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Top 5 places to learn something new in Paris

Paris is a city renowned for its culture, architecture, art, science and cuisine, making it a wonderful place to visit if you want to learn about a whole range of fields. You can explore everything from museums to cookery classes during your stay – but where are the top places to discover something new? Here are just a few suggestions ...

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Visit the historic Cemenelum region of Nice

Without a doubt, Nice is one of the most glamorous destinations in the Mediterranean and although it has all the trappings of a modern city, it has a long, rich history you certainly ought to make the effort to see. Head to the old town district and you can explore the ancient settlement of Cemenelum. Although it is now fully ...

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Holasovice – UNESCO Site of South Bohemian Folk Baroque Architecture

Holasovice folk baroque architecture

Some ten miles west of Ceske Budejovice in southern Bohemia, Czech Republic, lies a small village of Holasovice. The village is a well-preserved collection of village dwellings built in the middle of 19th century and offers a perfect day trip from Prague. With characterist ic stucco decorations on the gables built in style of folk baroque, inscribed with dates from 1840 to ...

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