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Cherry Blossom Street, Bonn, Germany


Nature is a wonderful artist. Throughout the world sometimes mundane and otherwise ordinary things come together to create something so striking and beautiful that beholders have no other option but to stand and stare. One specimen of this phenomenon can be observed every spring in the stunning Cherry Blossom Street (locally known as Heerstraße ) in the old town of ... Read More »

Udaipur- Venice of the East

city palace

Udaipur is one of the most beautiful cities in the Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan. It is the second most visited tourist destination in Rajasthan after Jaipur. Due to its many beautiful and exquisite lakes it is often called “the city of lakes”. It is rated as the most romantic city of India. People from all around the globe visit Udaipur. ... Read More »

Mizoram-Beauty of the Northeast India


While one is lost exploring the beauty of Kashmir in the north and Kanyakumari in the south one often misses out on the beautiful northeast of the country. Mizoram is one such state located in the far northeast of the country. A part of the seven sister states, Mizoram shares border with the states of Tripura, Assam, Manipur and countries ... Read More »

Osaka: The Venice of Japan


The third most populous city of Japan (after Tokyo and Yokohama) is Osaka and is a very large metropolitan area located in the Kansai region in Honshu, which is the most important island of japan. It is geographically located at the mouth of river Yodo on Osaka Bay. The city can be accessed by water, by roads, rails and by ... Read More »

Wonderful Swiss Experience: Wengen

Wengen, Switzerland

Located in Bernese Oberland in Switzerland is the village of Wengen. This extremely picturesque village offers some breath taking views of the abundant natural beauty imbued in this place and its surroundings. Situated in the lap of the Jungfrau Mountain Range and within a visible distance of Lauterbrunnen Valley, Wengen’s natural splendors are bound to leave a vivid impression in ... Read More »

Marrakech: The Red City


Marrakech is the 3rd largest imperial city of Morocco. The name Marrakech was derived from the Amazigh words- ‘mur’ and ‘ankush’, meaning ‘land of god’.  The city is situated near the popular Atlas Mountains and is at some distance from the Sahara Desert. The whole city is divided into two separate parts. First one is Medina which is the historical ... Read More »

Underground Tunnels, Durgapur, India


Durgapur is an industrial town in the state of West Bengal, India. Today it is dominated by the chimneys of industries alright, but it has not always been so. The mighty river Damodar has played an important part in its history. Durgapur in fact was home to dense forests along its fringes, called the Garh forest. Mentioned in the Puranas ... Read More »

Perth: The Fair City


The glorious capital city of Perth is in Australia. It is indeed the most isolated city in the world. The city is centered along the well-known Swan River. The city is surrounded by the Indian Ocean from west and by the Darling Scarp from the east. In Australia, it is the 4th biggest city with an overall population of 1.6 ... Read More »

Archipelago of the Azores

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About 950 miles west of Lisbon lies the stunning archipelago of the Azores. It is a conglomerate of nine volcanic islands located in the North Atlantic Ocean. Often described as the tips of the lost continent of Atlantis, the islands have an Old World charm around them that cannot be found anywhere else in Europe. It seems as if Mother ... Read More »

The Old World Charm of Finland’s Capital: Helsinki

Helsinki, Market Square

Helsinki, the capital of Finland since 19th century, was founded in the year 1550. This modern and urbanized city still manages to hold on to an old world charm, that makes it very popular among tourists. Helsinki offers many architectural, cultural and natural avenues for the visitors to explore. Helsinki is easily accessible through air, rail and road services. One ... Read More »