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Cristo Redento Statue in Rio de Janeiro

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With wide eyes looking out from a serene art-deco concrete and soapstone face, Cristo Redento stares out across the vast urban sprawl that is Rio de Janeiro.  The statue faces Sugarloaf Mountain and Guanabara Bay while keeping an eye on the golden sands of Copacabana and Ipanema beaches.

The 30 metre tall statue of Christ the Redeemer stands at the [...] Continue Reading…

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Nicaragua Tourism

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Nicaragua is a wonderfully diverse country. Whether it is the flora, food, culture, women’s clothing, languages or people you will get an exciting smorgasbord bursting with colour.

Nicaragua is located on the Central American isthmus – that piece of land that joins the two Americas. The countrNicaragua is a wonderfully diverse country. Whether it is the flora, food, culture, women’s [...] Continue Reading…

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Two New Vatican Tours, Just in Time for the New Pope’s First Easter

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Well, Easter is over and that can only mean one thing for Pope Francis- relief. The newest pontiff conducted his first Easter Mass in front of over 250,000 people in St. Peter’s Square this past Sunday. Already unusual for following the first pope, Benedict XVI, to abdicate his position in over 700 years, the first Latin leader of the [...] Continue Reading…

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Delhi’s Spice Market

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Delhi’s spice market lies in Khari Baoli road in the old city. It is the quintessentially touristy picture of a bustling, crowded, colourful Eastern bazaar. I think it’s probably the original model for all bazaars of the world! Called Khari Baoli, the name has nothing to do with spice.  The place got its name from khari or khara (salty) [...] Continue Reading…

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Fascinating Facts about the Colosseum (Rome)

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Iconic!  Magnificent!  The Symbol of Rome!  The Greatest Roman Architectural Work!

These and many more adjectives and praises have been poured upon the glorious ruins of stone and cement that sit in the heart of modern Rome. It is one of the most visited monuments in the world. Any and every movie that features the city has to have a [...] Continue Reading…

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Top 5 Things To-Do in Finland

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     Hiding in the Northern part of Europe is the beautiful, Nordic country of Finland. Bordered by Sweden to the west, Norway to the North and Russia to the east, Finland has always lied beneath the shadows of its neighboring European countries. Known for it’s snowy climate, excellent education and peaceful economy, Finland is an ideal destination for [...] Continue Reading…

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Skiing in Rossland

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Deep in the heart of the Canadian Rockies sits the little big town of Rossland. Located in the Monashee Mountains, it was a former gold mining town. Rossland is just about 5 miles (8 kms) from the US and south-eastern British Columbia border. It is only a 2.5 hour drive from Spokane.

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Seattle Art Museum- Where Past meets Present

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Welcome to Seattle!  Owing to the long spring season, the Emerald City (Seattle) has been a famous tourist hub among the travelers of all ages. February marks the beginning of beautiful tourist season when rains relent and the shades of narcissus and plum change the hues and scent that would last for months. It is perhaps one of the [...] Continue Reading…

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White Salmon River, Washington

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The very name conjures up shimmering, silvery bodies of fish flashing through the water on their way upstream to spawn. Green trees throng its sides and shrubs lean over the banks of the river as it picturesquely twists and turns it way down canyons. And that is exactly what you get with White Salmon River.

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Munich Attractions

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Munich is the capital of the German state of Bavaria and located on the beautiful and gentle River Isar. Munich is derived from the word munchen (meaning “near the monks place”). It was the Benedictine monks who founded the city in 1158 and thus the monk image on the city’s coat of arms. By many European standards it is [...] Continue Reading…

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