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Mardi Gras : The Cultural Phenomenon RTR

APTOPIX Brazil Carnival

One of the most notably celebrated carnivals of today, the festivities of Mardi Gras indeed form a cultural phenomenon. The celebrations date back thousands of years to Pagan Spring and Fertility rites and have assumed their modern day form through evolution and religious adaption over time. Countries with large Roman Catholic populations celebrate Mardi Gras with much pomp and gusto ... Read More »

The Unique Town of Alberobello : Italy


Appointed as a World Heritage site by the United Nations (UNESCO), the tiny town of Alberobello is truly a unique vision for tourists. The one thousand and five hundred typical 14th century round Trulli huts still stnading in this modern day and age are simply breath taking. The Trulli zone is like a picture straight from a fairy tale book. ... Read More »

The Captivating Cathedral Cove, New Zealand


Each one us is striving to reach the top of an invisible podium. We are all living with a restless mind and an unhappy soul. Waking up every morning, jumping onto the tracks and joining the rat race of our unfulfilled and incomplete lives. This race is an unending quest to excellence as we are constantly trying to get a ... Read More »

The Lovely Longwood Gardens, United States.


Rows of exotic plants, flowers, trees and fruits, make The Longwood gardens a paradise for Botanists. Located in Kenett square, Pennsylvania, United States, in the Brandywine Creek Valley, the Longwood gardens consist of, over 1,077 acres of gardens, meadows and woodlands. The Longwood gardens have their arms wide open throughout the year, for visitors to come and enjoy the exotic ... Read More »


Hitachi Seaside park,Japan

  Hitachi Seaside Park,proud of its wide variety of seasonal flower gardens.The park is mainly famous for its blue Nemophilias. These Nemophilia are nothing but the annual flowers with transparent blue petals.More than 4.5 million blue Nemophilias bloom spreading the park just only in the spring season for which the park is famous.It resembles as we are in a heaven on ... Read More »

Bohemian Paradise, Czech Republic

bohemian paradise

Also known as ‘Český ráj’, the Bohemian Paradise is one of Czech Republic’s natural reserve areas.  The area covers a vast 182 sq kilometres and stretches all the way up to Malá Skála in the north from Jicin in the south. The area lies north-east to the city of Prague. The name of this area was given by the patrons ... Read More »

Gran Torre Santiago: Tallest Building in Latin America

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Gran Torre Santiago (Grand Santiago Tower in English) which was previously known as Torre Gran Costanera is a 64-story tall skyscraper located in the capital of Chile, Santiago. The building is currently the tallest in Latin America. The construction of the building began in the year 2006. The building is still under construction as of April 2014 and will be ... Read More »


devka beach

Daman is a part of India’s Union Territory which is known as Daman and Diu. Located in the Indian state of Gujarat, Daman is a less known tourist destination. The place reflects lots of Portugal culture and architecture as Daman was under Portugal for a long time from year 1539 to 1961. Since it is located on the western coast ... Read More »


attukal waterfalls

Green treat for the eyes and a true paradise for all the greenery lovers. Munnar is a small quaint town located in the green state of India, Kerala, is a beautiful hill paradise with tea plantations all over.  Located in South India, munnar is located 1600metres above the sea level. Once a summer hill resort to the British government before ... Read More »


sunset point

Kasauli is a beautiful cantonment and town located in the district of Solan, in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India. The beautiful town of Kasauli is 77 kms away from the very famous hill station of India, Shimla and 70 kms from Chandigarh. With the cool temperature of 15 degrees and the touch of colonial era during the British times, ... Read More »