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Asia

Biggest attractions of Lebanon

Lebanon is very interesting country. Paradise with Meditorinian Sea, crystal water, with high mountains, where in winter is many snow, despite the temperature in the lowlands. Also ancient monuments are making this country more interesting. I made the list with best attractions of that beautifull country.

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Asia

The Edge of the World – Great attraction in Saudi Arabia

The Edge of the World is not accidentally named. The huge rock formations rising above the desert are a diversity for the barren Arabian desert.

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Asia

Travel to Quatar – advices

In many ways, Qatar is amazing. High skyscrapers, modern infrastructure, and in addition the fact that it is one of the richest societies in the world. As many as 17% of Qatar’s inhabitants are millionaires!

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Asia

Biggest attractions of Bahrain

Bahrain is known mainly for the fact that bored with a meager amount of attractions in their country, the Saudis are moving to a more liberal Bahrain to spend an interesting weekends. Despite its small size, this country has a lot to offer!

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Asia

Mada’in Salih – ancient tombs in Saudi Arabia

Rooms carved in boulders lying in the desert, a remnant of the Nabataeans. who built, among others famous Petra, and finally one of the most valuable monuments of Saudi Arabia. In recent years, more and more of an archaeological site transforming tourist attractions.

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Africa Recommendations Travel

Churches in rock in Lalibela

In Ethiopia, which adopted Christianity in the 4th century, Lalibela is a place where pilgrims, faithful to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, have been coming to for 800 years.  Lalibela is a place where every Ethiopian Christian wants to make a pilgrimage at least once in life.

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South America Travel

Guairá waterfalls. How human can destroy everything

At the beginning of the 1980s, the massive roar of the cascades of the Guairá waterfall carried within a radius of over 30 kilometers from the place where the Parana River crossed the sandstone mountains of the Sierra de Maracayú.