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Cappadocia — Turkey’s Most Visually Striking Region

By Janet / January 1, 2020

Cappadocia, on the Anatolian plateau in central Turkey, is one of Turkey’s most visually striking regions . When you look at the bizarre lunar landscape created by volcanic eruptions and years of wind and rain, thousands of years ago, it’s easy to see why it’s called a castle of strange rocks. Volcanic caves, subterranean caves, […]

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Travel To Brunei, These 6 Best Places To Go

By Janet / December 31, 2019

Brunei is a small, oil-rich country in southeast Asia, but relatively few people visit the country compared to the rest of southeast Asia. If you are planning a trip to brunei, here are 6 places you should visit. 1. Water villages Located in the old town of bandar seri begawan, the capital of brunei, this […]

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What Kind Of City Is Ottawa, The Capital Of Canada?

By Janet / December 30, 2019

Canada has always attracted many immigrants due to its good environment, high security and proximity to the United States, and has been firmly ranked among the traditional immigrant countries. Before immigration, people usually consider which city to settle in, except Toronto, vancouver and oakville. In fact, Ottawa is also a very good choice. Ottawa may […]

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How Many Famous Stone Carvings Do You Know From All Over The World?

By Janet / December 29, 2019

1. Kailatha temple, India The entire structure of the kailatha temple, carved from a single rock in the elora grottoes in the Indian state of maharashtra, is an architectural marvel. The walls of the temple are intricately carved, depicting the lives of the gods ramayana, mahabharata and Krishna. 2. Bayon temple, Cambodia The bayon temple […]

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Ski Resorts And Penguins Have Been Affected By A Lack Of Snow In Hokkaido, Japan

By Janet / December 28, 2019

Japan’s meteorological agency issued a forecast for january-march 2020, saying the cold air is weak and there is a risk of insufficient snow. Hokkaido already has a snow deficit in 2019, with less snow than usual. Operations at winter ski resorts, penguin shows and more have been affected. “It depends on the weather. Only prayer.” […]

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Venice Floods Hit Tourism Industry, Canceling 45 Percent Of Hotel Orders

By Janet / December 27, 2019

In November, Venice, the world’s most famous water city, was hit by severe flooding. After the flood there was a slump in Venice’s tourist industry. The Venice hotel association says hotel occupancy in Venice has fallen nearly 50 percent since the start of December. Venice, Italy, is reported to have suffered its worst flooding in […]

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Hungary, The Train Capital, Is Using Old Trains For Tourism

By Janet / December 25, 2019

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is one of the most important transportation centers in Europe. It was once the route of the famed Orient express, with its famous locally built model 424 steam locomotive. Budapest’s east railway station, designed and built by the Eiffel company, is one of Hungary’s landmarks. In the 1970s, with the […]

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List Of The World’s Most Famous Ski Resorts

By Janet / December 24, 2019

Zermatt ski resort, Switzerland, is considered the best ski resort in Switzerland and even the best in the world. Zermatt ski resort, located at the foot of the matterion peak, is the world’s top ski resort, with a total length of 250 km, the world’s second largest vertical drop (up and down by elevator), elevation […]

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New Islands Open In Maldives!

By Janet / December 23, 2019

Among the archipelagic nations of the Indian Ocean, you know the maldives as a paradise on earth. It has 26 natural atolls and 1,192 coral islands spread over an area of 90,000 square kilometers. The archipelago is stunning, with water as clear as blue. About 200 of the islands in the archipelago are inhabited by […]

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