Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Pyramids and the Sphinx

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Basically, the Sphinx was engraved over 4,500 years ago and it was carved for the Pharaoh Khafre. Because this, the sculpture had his head and the body of a lion. The sphinx sculptures were engraved out of a huge big …

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Venice and its canals

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Basically, Venice is world-famous for its Canals and it is constructed on an archipelago of 118 islands which are created by 177 Canals in a thin sea. Venice is the city which is situated in northern Italy which is the …

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The Victoria Waterfalls

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The Victoria Waterfalls was named after the former English queen Victoria, by David Livingstone in 1955. These are the world largest falls and its 1.6 km wide and 120m high. Usually, the local people called this place as never ending …

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The Neuschwanstein Castle Germany

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The Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most tripped castles in Germany and also the most famous visitor’s destination in Europe. This castle is situated in Bavaria which is near the town of Fussen and it was built by King …

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The Nabatean City of Petra

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Basically, Petra means an archaeological site in the Arabah, Jordan which lies on the slope of Mount Hor in a sink between the mountains. These mountains form the eastern edge of Arabah which is the great valley running out from …

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The Colorful Waters of the Jiuzhaigou River Valley

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Jiuzhaigou Valley is basically a “Valley of Nine Village” which is a nature store in the north of Sichuan, a territory in south western china. It is also known for its various multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes and was also …

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The city of Angkor

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Angkor is the earliest capital of the Khmer Empire where amazing monumental structures that dot the area telling a tale of an earliest empire and increased during the 9th century to the 15th century A.D. before falling in to the …

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The Kremlin and the Saint Basil the Blessed Cathedral

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The Kremlin and the Saint Basil the Blest Cathedral is situated in Russia. The Cathedral Square in the Kermlin includes some of the Russian’s essential architecture likes Cathedral of the Dormition, the Archangel’s cathedral, Cathedral of the Assumption, Grand Kremlin …

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The Great Wall of China – Wonders of the World

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The Big Wall of China has the long wall of 10,000 which is a series of stone and earthen strengthening in northern China. Several walls were built, then rebuilt and preserved between the 5th century BC and the 16th century. …

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Taj Mahal – A tribute of Love from an emperor to his wife

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 Taj Mahal of India is known as “the essence of love”, basically “a monument of immense beauty”. This beautiful splendid monument is situated in Agra (Uttar Pradesh) and its beauty cannot be measured in words. The main reason behind the …

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