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The “Blue Train” In Paris — A Symbol Of Paris

By Janet / November 12, 2019

Le Train Bleu has a total space of over 500 square meters and a ceiling of about 8 meters high. From the wall to the roof, huge murals are set among the complicated golden sculptures, and a series of magnificent chandeliers shine the charming light. The starched tablecloth on the table, the silver cutlery and […]

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The Customs Of Cochin, India

By Janet / November 8, 2019

Cochin is located on the Indian Ocean. It is one of India’s important ports on the Arabian sea. In the coastal sea, occasionally a modern steam turbine and ancient traditional wooden boat crissccross, but it seems natural and harmonious. In fact, cochin is kerala’s largest city and one of the most important ports, and also […]

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Mystery Of The Easter Island Statues In Chile

By Janet / October 18, 2019

In this beautiful country of Chile, there is a place called Easter island, which has been studied by scholars and visited by tourists because of its thousands of mysterious giant stone statues. The stone statue on Easter island is called moai. Most moai are made of a single intact stone. All of them have only […]

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Madagascar’s Wonder Of Life: The Baobab Tree

By Janet / October 9, 2019

Madagascar, a remote African island isolated from the African continent, is one of the least developed countries in the world, with desolate mountains and exotic species. Most incredible of all, Madagascar is home to some of the most unique species on earth, from the incredible “baobab boulevard” to the fascinating lemur kingdom to the fragrant […]

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Manarola Is A Cliff Town, One Of The Ten Most Beautiful Towns In The World

By Janet / October 6, 2019

Manarola is one of the “five fishing villages” in the coastal region of la spezia province in liguria, Italy. The canines of the ligurian coastline, where the five fishing villages are located, contain five castles, or ancient fishing villages: montrosso, weinaza, Cornelia, riomaggiore and manarola on the sea. In 1997, the village was listed as […]

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Would You Like To Experience Venice’s Romantic Underwater Bookstore´╝č

By Janet / September 3, 2019

Venice Libreria Acqua Alta is a bookstore located in the waterside city of Venice. It’s more a cross between a flea market and a library than a bookstore. Being near the water gives the still bookstore a touch of inspiration. LibreriaAcqua Alta bookstore may be the only bookstore in the world that’s underwater. The store, […]

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Go To France To Visit The Home Of The Famous Painter Monet

By Janet / August 26, 2019

Monet garden, the former residence of the famous French painter monet, is located in givini town, 70 kilometers west of Paris, France. It is a very beautiful place. Gardens, lakes, blue sky and white clouds are the only places to enjoy the beautiful scenery of France. Monet garden is the former residence of the famous […]

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The World’s Most Expensive Building Costing $700 Billion: Grand Mosque

By Janet / August 25, 2019

Which is the most expensive building in the world? The grand mosque of mecca, in Saudi Arabia, is one of the richest places in the Middle East. The mosque is located in “mecca”, the first holiest site in Islam, and the grand mosque is now the first holiest temple in Islam. This century-old building has […]

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