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The Exquisite Lady Liberty of USA: Freedom Personified

Statue of Liberty seen from the Circle Line ferry, Manhattan, New York

The STATUE OF LIBERTY is a sculpture situated  on Liberty Island of New York Harbor, in Manhattan, New York City U.S.A. It was designed by ‘Frédéric Auguste Barthold’ and dedicated on 28 October 1886, as a gift from France to America. It is a symbol of friendship between the people of France and America. Today, the Statue of Liberty remains ... Read More »

The Chain Bridge, Budapest : A Magnificant Linkage


To connect the two cities in the capital of Hungary, Budapest the first permanent suspension bridge constructed was The Chain Bridge which is officially known as Széchenyi lánchíd. This suspension bridge connects the western city Buda and the eastern city Pest over the river Danube and is the most widely known Bridge in Budapest. Till the year 1836, the only ... Read More »

In Touch With Divinity : Church of The Nativity, Jerusalem

church nativity

In the holy land of Jerusalem time stands still. Nobody can claim that the land is peaceful though. For centuries, Jerusalem has been witness to various bloody battles for possession. Ever since Moses set out in search of the Promised land, Jerusalem has seen it all- from the Crusades of the Middle ages to the Siege of Jerusalem in 2002. Palestinian and ... Read More »

Venice – the Queen of the Adriatic

carnival of venice

“Getting lost is the only place worth going to”, says the wise man. If I were ever to get lost, I would choose to lose myself in Venice. The city of Venice is an enigma- a city that combines old world charms and the authentic beauty of Italia with an experience you will not find anywhere else on this earth. The ... Read More »