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Temple Bar, Dublin

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Location As Dublin is one of the  most popular tourist attractions , Temple Bar has certainly gained its reputation.Temple Bar is located on the south bank of the river Liffey in central Dublin , Ireland. Even The Royal Courts Of Justice is located next  to it .It has been a tradition in London that the monarch stops at Temple Bar ... Read More »

The Gateway of Kerala, Palakkad


Palakkad, a district embodied with rich Flaura and Fauna also called as the Gateway of Kerala is an important place in the God’s own country as it gives access to the rest of India to the State. The previous name was ”Palghat”, which was contributed by the British Raj. Palakkad is a land of typical Palm trees and widespread extensive ... Read More »

The Windsor Ruins of Mississippi

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  People from all over the world have traversed the Port Gibson road of Mississippi to have a glance at the stately columns which are all that remain of Windsor, one of the most magnificent homes in the Clairborne County of the U.S.  Built in 1859-61 by Smith Coffee Daniel, a wealthy planter, it was the then largest antebellum Greek ... Read More »

Blue Grotto, Capri

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Location Blue Grotto is a place not to miss in Italy. It has the favourite tourist attractions of Capri, Italy in the 1830′s .Famous sea cave is located off the coast of island of Capri.. History The famous roman emperor,  Tiberus  adorned the grotto with the statues paying tributes to the roman sea Gods and used as his personal swimming ... Read More »

Wonderful and Whimsical: Flic-en-Flac, Mauritius

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As magical and unique as the name sounds, Flic-en-Flec, is quite a paradise with one of the best beaches in Mauritius. Flic en Flec is a seaside village, located in the district of Black River along the west coast of Mauritius. It started as just a small fishing village and now it has rapidly developed into well known tourist area ... Read More »

Hampi, Karnatka-Taking you back in time


A small village in North Karnatka, that takes you back in time to 14th century Empire of Vijayanangara, where diamonds were sold on street. Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as Group of Monuments at Hampi. With a plethora of historical heritages this small village has earned a great repo among historians and archaeologists. Situated on the banks of ... Read More »

Lord Howe Island, Australia


Lord Howe Island, the crescent shaped volcanic remnant in the Tasman between Australia and New Zealand sea in the southwest pacific ocean. The 7 million years old lord Howe island is about 10 km long and between 2.0 km and 0.3 km wide with an area of 14.55 Km2. The Lord Howe Island Group of islands comprises 28 islands, islets and rocks,  popularly ... Read More »

Home outside Italy: Little Italy, New York


In the dense populated city of New York, away from the busy streets and the honking cars lies the narrow streets of Little Italy. The melodic Italian songs and streets hustling with children is a common sight in the neighbourhood of Little Italy. In the 1950’s, it was estimated that more than 10,000 New Yorkers who live in the small ... Read More »

Temple of Heaven, Beijing


The Temple of Heaven literal meaning being the Altar of Heaven is located in the south eastern part of the central Beijing in the Dongcheng district. It is a huge complex consisting of religious buildings. It is spread over an area of 2,700,000 square metres. Among all the ancient sacrificial buildings in China it is one of the most representative ... Read More »

The Roundabout World- Connaught Place, Delhi


Often referred to as the largest business, commercial and the financial centers in India, the Connaught Place one of the hottest property in the Middle of New Delhi. Officially known as the Rajiv Chowk, this place is often referred to as CP by Delhiites. Home to headquarter some of the biggest Indian firms, this place is a hotshot property in ... Read More »