UNESCO selects places of “outstanding universal value to humanity” in order to protect them for future generations to appreciate and enjoy. Here are the best of Scandinavia’s World Heritage sites.
London is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in the world. Touted as one of the biggest cities in the UK, the country has a lot to offer to its travelers. From museums, cuisines, theatres, and of course restaurants, there are many places to visit in the city. Another highlight of this gorgeous destination is it’s very well developed transportation.
Albania: This secretly built Cold War era tunnel is a major tourist spot now; Riya Baibhawi; Republic World
A covert tunnel, constructed during the cold war era in Albania has now turned into a major tourist hub. The 1,500-meter long tunnel was built in the year 1960s
The Great Dolomites Road is a scenic mountain road that runs through the Dolomites.
Vietnam has many must-see destinations for domestic and foreign tourists. On the “S-shaped strip of land”, whether on the coast or in the mountains, there is a unique beauty that few countries can match. While beautiful mountain sites are must-see destinations for lovers of the great outdoors and adventure, the coastal provinces are ideal for quiet family vacations.
Ben Böhmer on 3,000-Foot High Hot Air Balloon Performance: “I’m a Bit Afraid of Heights”; Saad Masood; EDM
With live events at a standstill, what better way to connect with fans than livestreaming in a hot-air balloon above a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
Romania’s remote region of Maramureș has a unique architectural style, where tall, tower-like wooden churches dot the landscape.
Titled ‘Residents of Göbeklitepe,’ a documentary film depicts the rituals of the historical area of Göbeklitepe, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The documentary will feature at the Istanbul Film Festival in October…
A city walk to discover the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long will be held by the Friends of Vietnam Heritage (FVH) on Saturday.
Barcelona can best be described at the city of Antoni Gaudi (1852 – 1926), the visionary artist who designed some of Barcelona’s most spectacular architectural treasures.
Source: Sagrada Familia, Barcelona
125 Square Kilometers Of Mauritius Lagoons Off-Limits Due To Oil Spill Pollution In Fish; Nishan Degnarain; Forbes
In the ongoing clean up of the major oil spill on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, new results reveal the ecological impact is much worse than initially disclosed. Large areas of the South East coast of Mauritius are now off-limits amid a secretive cleanup operation and nationwide protests.
Breathtaking video released showcasing unique rugged beauty of Skellig Michael; Rachael O’Connor; The Irish Post
September may mark the end of the latest efforts to protect the Chaco Culture National Historical Park against encroaching oil and gas production. A draft resource management plan for the area, which was released by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) earlier this year, fails to guarantee a 10-mile protective zone in lands bordering the park.
Lions’ Cpurtyard, Alhambra (Granada, Spain)…
Japan consist of islands stretched across north and south. And thanks to such geographical trait and difference in climate, each prefecture has its own unique features. Tsunagu Japan has selected one must-see tourist attraction for each and every prefecture.
Famously known as ‘The Smoke that Thunders’, Victoria Falls is one of the most spectacular waterfalls on the planet.
The deteriorating facade of the iconic 6th century Jvari Monastery, which stands perched atop a hill outside the ancient Georgian capital of Mtskheta, will undergo conservation and reinforcement work supported by the Ambassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation at the United States Embassy in Tbilisi.
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