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Colonia, Uruguay

Colonia, Uruguay
by Mae Paniza on October 5, 2013 in Argentina

OUR WEEKEND IN COLONIA DEL SACRAMENTO.

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A Vacation in Lebanon: The Historical Treasures of Sidon

A Vacation in Lebanon: The Historical Treasures of Sidon
by akaddoura on January 29, 2012 in Lebanon

If you’re planning a vacation to Lebanon, be sure to stop by the often overlooked town of Sidon. This ancient city features many fascinating attractions for the historically inclined tourist.

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Surfing Background

Surfing Background
by Muhammad Irfan Zafar on July 17, 2013 in Hawaii

The wonderful sport, Surfing keeps a very striking background. Though it is not confirmed when really the surfing game was originated, but it is estimated that surfing was first started in 1767 in Tahiti, when some Europeans were on their journey in a ship, first examined it. With due research, it is predicted that surfing was existed long ago during the cultures of Polynesians. Research and many myths attached to Surfing depicts that the most skilled surfer was honored as the chief of the tribe. In simple words, the best surfer was considered hero in his circle. Now, it can easily be conjectured the importance of surfing in the lives of the ancient people.

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Easter Island Background

Easter Island Background
by Muhammad Irfan Zafar on July 15, 2013 in Caribbean & Latin America

Easter Island is a strange museum that consists of enormous stone statues found around the coastline of the island. Easter Island is situated in the territory of Chile, which is considered the world’s most isolated places. The huge stone statues are very popular here that were built centuries ago. Easter Island is considered among the world’s most holy places. It depicts the history of the Polynesian culture.

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The Temples of Angkor

The Temples of Angkor
by LilStar on September 7, 2011 in Asia & Pacific

The Angkor Archaeological Park consists of many dozens of temple ruins built by the kings of the past glorious empire in dedication to their religious beliefs and/or powers. The ruins have seen through passages of time and are built in various designs influenced by Hinduism and Buddhism. These are only but a few covered in a day’s time.

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Petrified Forest National Park

Petrified Forest National Park
by Al Batross on August 19, 2011 in Arizona

A pile of reasons that the Petrified Forest National Park is the coolest place around.

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What Part of History Did This Photograph Capture? – Los Angeles Fine Art Photographer

What Part of History Did This Photograph Capture? – Los Angeles Fine Art Photographer
by Jean Huang on June 23, 2011 in California

Photographs "freeze" a moment in history. What would it be if it’s an image of an ancient village captured today?

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Sri Lanka, a Wonderful Country to Visit

Sri Lanka, a Wonderful Country to Visit
by malagala on June 22, 2011 in Asia & Pacific

Sri Lanka is a beautiful country which is becoming a very popular place among the travelers. This is the first article of the series which discuss about the places that one one can visit in Sri Lanka. Here a general introduction is made with regarding the beauty of the country.

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Six Ancient, Lost Cities

Six Ancient, Lost Cities
by conradS on June 22, 2011 in Peru

Six great cities and civilizations that suddenly disappeared, and now are simply landmarks.

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Arizona State is an Archaeological Gold Mine

Arizona State is an Archaeological Gold Mine
by wes girl on June 3, 2011 in Arizona

The Arizona desert used to house many Native American cultures. There are still remnants left from these past cultures still being discovered in the Sahara desert.

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