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Known as the Cidade Maravilhosa, or the Marvelous City, Rio de Janeiro has more than 20 beaches and many dramatic landmarks, including the much-photographed Chris read more
Machu Picchu is a wonder on many levels, from its awe-inspiring natural splendor to its fascinating history. Visitors can do a multi-day trek to reach the site, o read more
There are more sheep than people in the Magallanes Region of Chilean Patagonia.One of many factors that make Torres del Paine National Park so fascinating.
Here read more
There's simply no place else on earth like Iceland. From waterfalls to active volcanoes, from glaciers to hot springs, the Land of Fire and Ice is a study in extr read more
Almost everybody know about Eiffel tower in Paris! The Eiffel Tower was started in 1887 and was finished in 1889.It was a early example of wrought-iron constructi read more
Cities don't get more epic than Rome. The Eternal City, founded in 753 B.C , is one of the oldest occupied cities in Europe and widely regarded as the birthplace read more
Perhaps the most exotic city on the planet, Marrakesh began as a trading post along the ancient caravan routes from Timbuktu.
It remains a shopping mecca, and t read more
The awe-inspiring Taj Mahal is the world's most famous monument in honor of love. The white marble mausoleum was built sometime in the mid-1600s by emperor Shah J read more
World's longest sea beach , Cox's Bazar has yet to become a major tourist destination in Asia.
The name Cox's Bazar/Bazaar originated from the name of a British read more
Shared by Argentina and Chile the deepest lake in South America is famous for its trout and salmon fishing. The waters of General Carrera Lake are beautiful, a gl read more