Machu Picchu
The next day foreshadowed us no less exciting impressions - a trip to Machu Picchu on one of the narrowest narrow gauge railways in the world (the width of the…

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Traveling in Belgium: unforgettable places and tastes of traditional dishes and drinks
Did you know that Belgium is not only the birthplace of the famous Belgian chocolate, but also the most popular fast food in the whole world - french fries. An…

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SECRET OF MALTIC HAPPINESS
Gozo (or Gozo), a small "satellite" of the island of Malta, is not so popular among tourists. Most often, travelers come here for day trips. Someone wants to explore the…

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temples began to be built

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 development of the country into the shadows. Such a picture is drawn in the mass consciousness: in the 9th century, for no reason at all, large cities suddenly appeared in agrarian Cambodia, temples began to be built, after which everything became fragrant, and today we have Angkor, the only pearl of South-East Asia. All the rest, preceding this period, no matter how. Continue reading

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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Bruges - what the city looks like from a famous movie
Upon arrival at the station in Bruges, it seems that you have come to an ordinary European city: the station usually looks like brick and glass, there are buses and…

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Bruges - what the city looks like from a famous movie
Upon arrival at the station in Bruges, it seems that you have come to an ordinary European city: the station usually looks like brick and glass, there are buses and…

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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…

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