Paris travel blog — Visiting Paris to hear the most famous...

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Paris embraces what is most quintessential of Europe. If you have experienced to France and come to Paris, you would have been fascinated by...

29+ hand-colored photos revealed scenes of Meiji period in Japan

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Photography was first introduced to Japan not long after its invention, when in the 1850s the nation was opened to Western trade and visitors...

Explore 5 things to do in Shirakawa-go — One of the...

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Located in a valley which is surrounded by many mountains, the Ogimachi Shirakawa-go village (荻 町 白 川 郷) is truly a paradise for...

Visiting 3 attractive Mekong Delta ancient houses

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Huynh Thuy Le ancient house, the mansion of “Dark Dude”, Binh Thuy ancient house... are the top tourist attractions in the West - Mekong Delta. 1....

10+ rare color hanoi old photos in 1970s, can you recognize?

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The photos of Hanoi dating back 40 years ago make a lot of people fret with obsessive memories of the past, their old days and...

Mustang blog — A land of ancient cultures & stunning scenery...

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Mustang means "fertile plain", which is located on the Himalayas and extends northward to the Tibetan plateau, a land of ancient cultures and stunning...

Pietà — The Michelangelo’s sculpture masterpiece

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Pietà (Pieta sculpture in English) is a masterpiece which depicts the image of Mary carrying Jesus' body in her arms, but unlike other works...

Ancient Greece travel — A road trip on the trail of...

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Travel photographer and former archeologist Genevieve Hathaway traces ancient history on a road trip in Greece. Written by Genevieve Hathaway Stretching from Greece through the Middle...

Ayutthaya temples — Top 6 most famous & beautiful temples in...

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Ayutthaya, Thailand is the capital of temples, statues, and many historical sites. If you do not know how to start your journey to Ayutthaya,...

5 Taj Mahal secrets you probably didn’t know

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The Taj Mahal, in Agra, India, is revered the world over as the ultimate symbol of love and passion. After all, it took the Mughal...