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Tour Montparnasse

18 May, 2009

Tour Montparnasse – The Ugly Giant of Paris Tour Montparnasse is the common name of the Montparnasse Tower which has been the tallest building in France and one of the taller buildings in Europe, since 1972 when it was built. It is situated in the heart of Paris, the French Capital and its picture is […]

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The Kampong

18 May, 2009

Visiting the Kampong in Miami Situated on the Biscayne Bay in Florida the Kampong is one of the largest botanical gardens in the US and the world. It contains a vast array and variety of flora and fauna and some of the most breathtaking species in the world. It covers an area of 30,000 sq […]

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Villa Vizcaya

17 May, 2009

Villa Vizcaya – The Lavish Villa in Miami Villa Vizcaya is a large estate situated in Miami Florida. It is considered to be one of the most important historical landmarks in the US and works as a museum. It was built in 1916 by James Deering, an industrialist who wanted to create an art and […]

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Copacabana

17 May, 2009

Copacabana- The Jewel Of Rio de Janeiro Copacabana is a very famous district in the southern part of Rio in Brazil; it is one of the major tourist destinations in the country and the area that is shown in every travel guide referring to the country of Brazil, mostly due to the long and gorgeous […]

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Yamuna River

15 May, 2009

Yamuna River – Tributary of the Ganges A tributary of the Ganges River, Yamuna River is also called Jumna or Jamuna. The river is 851 miles long, making it the Ganges Rivers largest tributary. The headwater of the river is Yamunotir in the Himalayas. The tributary runs through Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi. It also […]

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Boyana Church

15 May, 2009

A Spiritual and Historical Sanctuary: Boyana Church, Bulgaria Churches, cathedrals, chapels, and other places of worship are always main tourist attractions in any country. This is because these places have very deep histories—the stories behind their construction are attractions themselves. Many of these churches and places of worship were built more than hundreds of years […]

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Hiroshima Castle

15 May, 2009

Hiroshima Castle – the Historical Castle of Hiroshima Hiroshima Castle is a large and imposing castle in the famous town of Hiroshima in Japan. It is also refered to as the Carp Castle and was originally built in 1590. It was completely destroyed during the bombing of the area in 1945, when the atomic bomb […]

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Spend a day at The National Museum of Art You cannot travel to Spain without visiting the city of Barcelona, Catalonia. There are many architectural styles throughout the city. Not only is the National Museum of Art of Catalonia a gem from the outside, sitting majestically over the city, its insides are filled with art […]

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Notre Dame de Paris

14 May, 2009

Notre Dame de Paris- The Ornament of the City of Lights Notre Dame de Paris is a Catholic Cathedral situated at the French Capital. It is one of the most known cathedrals and monuments in the world, visited by thousands of tourists every year. Its name means our Lady of Paris and is dedicated to […]

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Christ the Redeemer Statue: A Monument Overlooking Rio The Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, also known as the Redeemer, is one of the most important monuments in Latin America and the entire world. Its history is long and interesting. It dates back to the 16th century, during the Portuguese Reign. They […]

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