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Places to Visit in Montenegro

Ostrog Monastery Arranged high up in the substantial rock of Ostroska Greda, the Ostrog Monastery is the nation’s most unusual architectural site and a noteworthy Christian journey destination. The entire monastery was carved out of a cave in a nearly vertical mountain cliff with only the whitewashed façade left visible. Worked in the seventeenth century Continue Reading

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A must-not-miss Beautiful Italian Cities and Town

You can proceed and on regarding this stunning country and still at the end words can let down otherwise you can miss out on something, such is that the grandeur and glory of Italy. Amongst the foremost famous European countries, Italy boasts of some sensational and astonishing city and places like Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples. Therefore, while you plan to check out these terrific Italian cities, we have a tendency to introduce you to few other equally famous, artistic and appealing cities of Italy Continue Reading

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Best Attractions in Melaka

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple Dating from 1646, the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple is the most seasoned working sanctuary in Malaysia. It hones the three conventional Chinese doctrines of Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism. The sanctuary is situated along Harmony road, home to numerous different mosques and sanctuaries, and welcomes guests with a luxurious entryway festooned with Continue Reading

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Top Things to Do in Ushuaia

Situated on Isla Grande at the southernmost tip of Argentina, Ushuaia is the perfect base for adventures in the locale known as the End of the World. Wedged between the southern Andes and the frigid waters of the Beagle Channel, the provincial capital of Tierra del Fuego has long served as a jumping-off point for Continue Reading

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Step into Vientiane

Wat Si Saket Wat Si Saket may be a Vientiane temple that’s illustrious for a wall that contains many seated Buddhists sitting before thousands of small pictures in soft triangular formed openings within the wall. The 6,800 pictures are made up of wood, stone and bronze. This superb assortment of Buddhist art dates from the Continue Reading

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