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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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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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 canvas was 80 cm) was coming. Railway communication is very poorly developed in Peru. The two lines of Cusco – Machu Picchu and Cusco – Puno are used mainly for the transport of tourists. For Peruvians, prices “bite”: a trip to Machu Picchu costs between $ 180 and $ 540. 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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MONTENEGRO: SLAVIC SPARTA
Montenegro is fanned by the harsh romance of the eternal struggle for liberation. From the beach lounger you will not notice this, for heroism you need to climb higher in…

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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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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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