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Ha Long Bay and Sung Sot Cave – Day 2

In the morning, while we come on deck, the first supply ships are already on its way. Ferrocement ships bring fresh water or dispose the waste water. For a short time, the sun also shows itself a little timid so that we can at least see the blue sky.
by Travel Video Blog on Apr 7, 2016

Ha Long Bay Day 1 – Vietnam

General Information The Ha Long Bay covers an area of 1553 square kilometers, including about 2000 islets, mainly of limestone. Numerous caves can be found on the islands. Ha Long Bay is also a biotope and home to many animals and plants. Birds, deer...
by Travel Video Blog on Apr 5, 2016

La Fiesta de los Patios de Cordoba

A Patio is the inner courtyard of a city house, that is typically paved. You enter the Patio through an inconspicuous passageway from the street. Immediately you feel in another world, an oasis of peace, away from the bustle of the city. Most of the...
by Travel Video Blog on Mar 22, 2016

Northern Ireland – 2: Coastal drive to the Giant’s Causeway

 Overview: Visit to the UK is incomplete without visiting Northern Ireland. A country which has cultural links with both Republic of Ireland and the UK, is a tourist's delight.We started our morning with a scenic drive from Belfast along the coa...
by Payana: Explore India on Mar 22, 2016

Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos – Cordoba

Rarely so much history has been written in one place, as in the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Royal Palace of Cordoba. Already the Romans had built a fortification here. Later the Visigoths built a fortress at this point. In Moorish times the...
by Travel Video Blog on Mar 20, 2016

Mezquita – Catedral de Cordoba

The Mezquita in Cordoba is a worldwide unique architectural monument. The word Mezquita comes from the Arabian and means mosque. It was built 784 by Abd ar-Rahman I, the first Umayyad Emir of Cordoba. It had repeatedly been extended, first by Abd ar-...
by Travel Video Blog on Mar 18, 2016

Exploring the city center of Seville and the old town

Seville is the capital of Andalusia. With 700,000 inhabitants, it is the fourth largest city in Spain. 4k UHD video -> Seville – City Walk in the Center and Old Town We have chosen a simple but good hotel in the Calle de la Alhóndiga in th...
by Travel Video Blog on Jan 14, 2016

Alcazar of Seville

The Alcazar of Seville, the Royal Palace, is located at the end of the old town of Seville, directly opposite the cathedral. Originally it was built as a fortified palace by Abd-al-Rahman III, Emir and Caliph of Córdoba, in 913. In the 11th century,...
by Travel Video Blog on Jan 12, 2016

A Guide to Naples Italy

Naples is the capital city of the province in which it is located and is also called as province of Naples. The city is mostly famous for its historical heritage, culture and natural beauty of the city. The city is mostly known for its history as Nap...
by eTravelTrips on Jan 7, 2016

Temple of Literature – Hanoi

The Temple of Literature is an oasis of peace away from the heavy traffic which is ubiquitous in Hanoi. Thánh Tông, the third emperor of the Lý dynasty (Lý Nhật Tôn), built it in 1070 as the first educational institution for the sons of the ma...
by Travel Video Blog on Jan 2, 2016

Dubai Creek and Spice Market

Along the Dubai Creek is the historic Dubai. One of the biggest construction project which is now implemented in Dubai, is the creation of another access to the sea in the south of of the city. Therefore, the Dubai Creek is redirected around the Burj...
by Travel Video Blog on Dec 17, 2015

Meet your next favourite holidays – Travel to Fiji Islands

Pic Credit: kiwicollection.com  Tourism for many countries plays a vital role in stabilizing the economy of the country. Fiji (sometimes called the Fiji Islands), is a Melanesian country in the South Pacific Ocean. Fiji became independent in 1970 a...
by Journal Edge on Dec 17, 2015

Photos: Al Diwan at Madain Saleh

Categories: Saudi Arabia Tags: Middle EastUNESCO World Heritage SiteUNESCO Cultural HeritageSaudi ArabiaMadain SalehAl Diwan Photos I’m supposed to post these photos of Al Diwan at Madain Saleh but I got so busy at work and all the research I...
by The Sojourner on Dec 11, 2015

The Great Mosque in Djenne, Mali is made of mud

the Djenne Mali masjid (Great Mosque of Djenné) to show his country’s beautiful legacy. The mosque in the city of Djenne is known as the world’s biggest mud-built structure and “the greatest achievement of the Sudano-Sahelian architecture.”...

Qasr Al Saneh – A Nabatean Architectural Wonder

Categories: Saudi Arabia Tags: Middle EastUNESCOUNESCO World Heritage SiteSaudi ArabiaMadain Saleh When visiting Madain Saleh (in Saudi Arabia’s Tabuk Province), Qasr Al Saneh would be a good place to start to learn about the Nabatean archit...
by The Sojourner on Nov 15, 2015

Mumbai Lens: Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus

The grand and Gothic-inspired building of the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai is awe-inspiring at any time of the day. But when this UNESCO-listed world heritage site and the headquarters of Central Railway is lit up, it is simply stunning. &#...
by My Favourite Things on Oct 26, 2015

Winter Vacation In The Campania Region of Italy

The Campania region of southwestern Italy is quite a mixed bag. You have relatively poor areas and resorts priced for the jet set. Don't expect hot weather in the winter. The third Sunday of every month except August its capital Naples holds a really...
by eTravelTrips on Oct 19, 2015

10 reasons to visit Edinburgh

Edinburgh, the historic capital of Scotland, is a city famous for its Scottish warriors, enchanting castles, scotch whiskey and the vibrant nightlife. Prior to our visit to Edinburgh, we had this distinct picture of dark grey clouds covering the sky...
by Tales of Traveling Sisters on Sep 10, 2015

Viking River Cruise on the Danube Day 3 Part 1: Regensburg, Germany

After the foodie fest we enjoyed on Day 2, we travelled overnight and it was smooth sailing all the way. We enjoyed peaceful sleep that even if there were locks along the way, we were not disturbed at all! We woke up early that chilly, Wednesday morn...
by Traveller Soul on Aug 26, 2015

Getting to know Guanajuato, Mexico…

The Happy Nomad Guanajuato is located in the central part of Mexico, to the northwest of Mexico City and is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city is known for its beautiful colonial-era architecture, well-preserved... by At...
by The Happy Nomad on Aug 1, 2015


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