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Notre Dame, France

Notre Dame Cathedral,Paris

Hunchback of Notre Dame,France is one of the popular and greatest monument in the capital of French and is recorded in the World Heritage list.It is a unforgettable masterpiece with gothic architecture. Location and Architecture: The Notre Dame is situated in the geographical and popular historical centre of Paris  at the edge of the Ile de la Cite.This is no ... Read More »

Reed Flute caves- China

Crystal Palace in the Dragon King

Reed Flute Cave is a natural cave which is carved by karst limestone mountains over millions of years and is one of the famous attractions from the past 1200 years.This is a water eroded cave with its own natural specialties for which it is famous. The Reed Flute Cave is located to the northwest which is five kilometers away of ... Read More »

The city of temples: Bishnupur, India


In the Bankura district of West Bengal lies a town so steeped in history that once you step on to the red soil, you are transported to a different world, where time stands still and stories of an age gone by blows in the wind. Bishnupur, situated about 160 km away from Kolkata, is a quaint little town famous for ... Read More »

The Incredible Part Of Asia-Malaysia


“If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is Asia”.Asia is one of the largest continents of the world which shrouds the maximum region in the world map.Rich in all senses,be it cultural heritage,arts ... Read More »

The Canterbury Cathedral: An Oasis for the Soul


The most famous Christian structure in Southern England, the Canterbury Cathedral has a distinct place for itself in history. The construction of the cathedral started in the 7th century and ever since then, it has been torn down, rebuilt, refurbished and modified over a course of 1300 years. Needless to say, the Canterbury Cathedral is unique in its own way. ... Read More »

Khajuraho Temples, India: Paean to Passion


One of the most potent symbols of Medieval art in India survives in the form of the Khajuraho temples in the Chatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. It is about 620 kilometers south east of New Delhi and is India’s best known complex of Hindu and Jain temples. The walls of the temple are adorned with exquisite signature sculpture which speak ... Read More »

Machu Pichchu: The Marvel of the Incas

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The modern man might well be proud of his technical prowess, but that does not change the fact that thousands of years before him indigenous civilizations achieved great things in harmony with nature using the crudest tools there is.  Machu Pichchu is one such architectural marvel conjured by the Incan Empire; a marvel that depicts the perfectly harmonious relationship between man and ... Read More »

Pompeii – The Ruins Of Time


They say that only fools go into combat with nature. One of the most famous tourist attractions in Italy is the ruins of Pompeii- a major commercial capital from days gone by destroyed and preserved by the wrath of Mt. Vesuvius. It is one of those places which make you reflect on the brevity of life and the might of ... Read More »

Rapa Nui and the Story of the Easter Islands


              Far away in the middle of the Pacific Ocean lies an island, where silent stone people rise up from the ground; remnants of Rapa Nui- a civilization that has been long gone. It is one of the most isolated inhabited islands on planet Earth, and historians throughout the ages have failed to answer the simple question- ... Read More »

In Touch With Divinity : Church of The Nativity, Jerusalem

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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 »