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Confident Beach of Sydney: Manly Beach

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   ‘Seven  miles from Sydney and thousand miles from care’, aptly said by Port Jackson, while describing the beauty of the Manly beach. The beach has it all! For all the beach lovers, Manly beach located in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia brings out all what a beach lover would wish for. The confidence of having it all in ... Read More »

Sunshine Paradise, Florida: Beaches and Disneyland

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    The sunshine state of Florida, is a state in the southeastern region of the United States. Surrounded by coastal region from three sides, Florida is known as sunshine state. Florida is a perfect gorgeous tourist destination for sunsets and romantic interludes along with crazy hair-raising adventures. Sparkling blue waters, snow-white beaches with the sunny skies , florida beaches ... Read More »

Mount Ararat Eruption, Turkey

Mount Ararat Eruption

Mount Armenia Mount Ararat is the highest mountain in Turkey which dominates the skyline which is utmost breathtaking  from Yereveran which is the Capital of Armenia.After the great flood arose,it is believed as the resting place of Noah’s Arc.Mount Ararat holds an important role in Armenian culture and its illusional eruption. Whereabouts: Mount Ararat ,which is popularly near Noah’s Arc ... Read More »

The Door to Central Europe- Belgrade, Serbia

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Belgrade, the capital of Serbia and one of the oldest cities in Europe is situated where the two rivers Sava and Danube meet. It is because of this confluence of the two rivers, that Belgrade is known to the world as ‘the Door to Central Europe’. The word ‘Belgrade’ literally translates to ‘White City’ but this contradicts the city’s greyish ... Read More »

Montego Bay

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Also popular as MoBay, Montego Bay is the second largest city of Jamaica. The city nestled between the gentle slopes of Bogue, Kempshot and Salem Hills is the capital of the parish of St. James (one among the 14 parishes of Jamaica). According to history, Christopher Columbus reached the bay in 1494 and called it ‘el Golfo de Buen Tiempo’ ... Read More »

Secret Getaways: Trang Islands, Thailand

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Tucked away near the coastal waters of Andaman sea is a picturesque hideout, a huddle of islands belonging to the southern block of Thailand called the Trang Islands. These islands form an archepelago in the sea with a cluster of 46 Islands. The name ‘Trang’ comes from the Malaysian word ‘Terang‘ which means light. The Island used to see a ... Read More »

Shifen Waterfall, Taiwan

Shifen Waterfall,Taiwan

THE HOME OF WATER Shifen Waterfall is one of the most famous waterfall in Taiwan. Shifenliao is the name of the area around Shifen being called.It is just one of the amazing waterfalls over there.It is also known as the little Niagara of Taiwan which is worth its name  as the flowing of water resembles Niagara Waterfalls. Location: Shifen Waterfall ... Read More »

Christ Of The Abys ,Key Largo, The United States

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“The sea hath no king but God alone.” – Dante Gabriel Rossetti, echoes through the waves, the truth submerged deep into the depths of the ocean, in the form of a corporal example, the Christ of Abyss. It was placed in the Mediterranean Sea off San Fruttuoso just amidst the Portofino and Camogli on the Italian Riviera, on 22 August ... Read More »

The Pride of California: Palo Alto

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Palo Alto is a city of California US, located 35 miles south of San Francisco and 14 miles north of San Jose within Santa Clara County and San Mateo County borders. The city of Palo Alto is a historic blend of tradition and innovation which reflects from the architecture, municipality services, food, tourist places, friendly and sophisticated residents and supportive ... Read More »

Visit the City of Medicines: Durham, North Carolina

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Located right in the heart of North Carolina, Durham is a city of creativity, sheer beauty, artistic culture and emerging industry. It is one of the most visited cities of Carolina as more than 8 million visitors here to have some good time. It is also the county seat of Durham County and got its name in 1853. Durham is ... Read More »