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Amesbury, England – the city of historic Stonehenge

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Amesbury is popularly known as the nearest town to the historic monument Stonehenge which is one of the world’s most famous archaeological sites. Stonehenge is a revelation of the science and skill of a Neolithic civilisation. Stonehenge consists of sophistically placed stones of which the largest weighs over 40 tons in a concentric architectural design by unknown builders. Archaeologists believe ... Read More »

The Berlin Wall: An Enduring Symbol of Freedom

Berlin, East Side Gallery

Irony is a wonderful thing. It greets you at the most unexpected place and restores your faith in the designs of fate. Consider for a fact that Berlin’s most famous tourist attraction is a place that does not, really, exist anymore. When it stood as the most potent symbol in the Cold War era, it not only divided a city ... Read More »

‘Montana Magica Lodge in Huilo-Huilo, Chile

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We all know that the tree houses as hotels are not certainly a new concept,but this Montana Magica Lodge in Huilo-Hulio,Chile is not just same like all other tree concept hotels.It is no doubt one of most unique hotels in South America.This whimsical eco lodge is shaped like a volcano and complete with every modern comfort,and like in volcano as the ... Read More »

Giethoorn- The Venice Of Holland

Giethoorn-Venice of Holland

Giethoorn a beautiful village in Netherlands also known as “Venice of Holland”.It is also known as “Small Venice of the north”.In this village we cannot find single car as there are no roads.It became locally famous, especially after 1958, when the Dutch film maker Bert haanstra made his famous comedy Fanfare there.This village of 2,500 inhabitants located in the province of Overijssel ... Read More »

The Amazon: World’s Largest Rainforest

Amazon Rainforest

The Amazon Rainforest is the largest tropical Rainforest in the world, covering over five and a half a million square kilometers and is being the home for many wildlife creatures.It is a home for almost one-third of all species, the Amazon Basin is the planet’s greatest reserve of all the life forms,it is home for many species which are not found ... Read More »

Moeraki Boulders, New Zealand

Moeraki Boulders, Koekohe Beach, New Zealand

‘The Mysterious Moeraki Boulders’ The Moeraki Boulders are very huge spherical stones that are scattered over the sandy beaches,they dont look so ordinary but looks like round boulders that have been shaped by rivers and pounding seas.These boulders are actually concretions that have been exposed through shoreline erosion from coastal cliffs that back the beach.Many of the people think in ... 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 »

Zion National Park, Utah, USA

Zion lodge

Zion is the oldest national park in Utah and is well known for its spectacular canyons  and its breath taking views.It is one of the most visited national park in the world.It is named as the ‘Promised Land’ as it has an amazing landscapes and the best hiking which we may not forget in our lifetime.It is visited  by tourists ... Read More »

Shirakawa-go Village, Japan

Shirakawa-go village,Japan

‘The Historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama’ Shirakawago village is one of the most scenic places to be that is to be visited in Japan.It is surrounded by pine tree covered mountains and it is located along the Shokawa river.They are famous for their traditional Gassho-zukuri farmhouses, out of which few are more than 250 years old. Gassho means praying hands, ... Read More »

The Pantheon, Rome, Italy

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With its impenetrable wall and huge marble columns, the Pantheon is a monument in Rome, Italy. It is speculated that the original Pantheon built sometime in 25-27 BC, Marcus Agrippa, during the reign of Augustus. However, the exact construction date of the Pantheon remains uncertain. The inscription in the front reads “M- AGRIPPA-L-F-COS-TERTIVM-FECIT”, which in full can be read as ... Read More »