Bhutan Tourism
The annual report of the Tourist Board of Bhutan presented statistical figures for 2011 and recorded the largest increase in foreign tourists. 64,028 tourists visited the Kingdom of Bhutan last…

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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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Angkor Wat - Symbols and Illusions
In the half-lane of this city (Angkor Thom) is the temple of Angkor Wat, whose design can not be described with a pen. His refinement surpasses all that the human…

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Cave Temples of India
Indian civilization is one of the oldest on our planet. India keeps legends and traditions, ancient temples and places of power, and is ready to share these treasures with travelers.…

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Angkor Wat - Symbols and Illusions
In the half-lane of this city (Angkor Thom) is the temple of Angkor Wat, whose design can not be described with a pen. His refinement surpasses all that the human…

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Esoteric Japan: Feet and Tops
It is noticed that any journey becomes richer and more interesting, and the results of it have a greater impact on the subsequent everyday life, if you set for a…

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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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