India’s impressive World Heritage Sites; Stars Insider

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Visiting India is to discover a vast land rich in culture and tradition. A sumptuous mix of spiritual beliefs and architecture, plus some of the most important wildlife hotspots on the planet, has led UNESCO to designate no less than 40 World Heritage Sites within India’s borders. These must-see destinations include magnificent palaces, decorative monuments, and evocative temples. Also listed is an entire mountain range and a state capital! So, are you ready to start ticking off India’s most significant tourist attractions? Click through and delve into the country’s cultural, historic, scientific, and natural world.

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Savor the beauty of Europe’s Rhine River on this award-winning cruise; Joanne & Tony DiBona; 10Best

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It’s not surprising that AmaWaterways is a consistent winner of the 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards in the category of Best River Cruise Line, thanks to the rich cultural tours offered in its ports of call, renowned cuisine and active daily wellness programs on board.

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Odisha’s Konark Sun Temple & 4 Other UNESCO Sites To Host G20 ‘Culture Track’ Meetings!; Odisha Bytes

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Sun Temple in Odisha’s Konark is likely to host one of five key meetings, focusing on the “culture track”, during India’s G20 Presidency. India is expected to host over 200 meetings across the country  after assuming the Presidency of the G20 for one year from December 1, 2022, to November 30, 2023. Besides Konark, which is 65 km from Bhubaneswar, the other four proposed well-known monuments and UNESCO World Heritage Sites are Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh), Hampi (Karnataka) and Agra Fort and Taj Mahal (Agra), the Indian Express reported.

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