5 places in Mexico City that you should definitely visit
The main square of Mexico City is impressive in size. This is the fourth largest city square in the world. Here, on Zocalo, the Aztec city of Mexico City, the…

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Land of Sherpas Tengboche Monastery (Nepal)
Solo Khumbu - “lotus valley” - known to the world because of the highest mountains of the world Everest (or Sagarmatha or Chomolungma) are located in its headwaters 8848 m,…

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Photospotting in Mallorca
During our holidays in Mallorca, one of the most vivid impressions was a walk along the embankment to the cape, over which the planes were landing. Go read the post…

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Trip to the Indian Himalayas

The Lakshmi Narayan temple in Chamba was built by Sahil Verma in the 10th century in the style of Shihar. In total, there are six temples on the territory of the temple complex – three of which are dedicated to Vishnu, and the other three are to Shiva. The city itself, once the capital of the oldest Himalayan principality, is now a small district center of Himachal Pradesh, with narrow streets, old houses and a market, which you can wander around all day. Continue reading

Bayon, the last temple of the empire
I suddenly shuddered from an incomprehensible fright, noticing a huge immovable smile falling down from a height on me ... then another smile, from the bottom, on the other side…

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Temples of Cambodia: Sambir Prey Kook, the pre-Angkor capital
The enormous popularity of Angkor, which is actively advertised throughout the world by the authorities of Cambodia and the word of mouth of tourists, inevitably pushes the pre-Angkor period of…

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Easter Island
>At the airport, we warmly said goodbye to Juan and flew to Lima. Paradox, but the flight instead of the planned two hours took a little more than an hour.…

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Bayon, the last temple of the empire
I suddenly shuddered from an incomprehensible fright, noticing a huge immovable smile falling down from a height on me ... then another smile, from the bottom, on the other side…

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