Turaida Castle – Lativia (Europe)

Apr 20, 2014 No Comments by

Castles have always been a mark of glory in any time. A lot can be known by looking at the architecture and design of a castle i.e. its history and the people of that particular time zone. The Turaida Castle located in the Gauja valley of Lativia has been standing there from past 8 centuries. […]

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The World Tallest Fountain – (Jeddah) Saudia Arabia

Apr 18, 2014 No Comments by

Man-made marvels have always been the center of attraction, one such example of human brain is The King Fahd Fountain. The foundation of King Fahd Fountain was laid in 1985 in the regime of King Fahd. The King Fahd Fountain is running continuously and is declared as the highest Fountain. The second highest fountain is […]

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The Ancient Ankara –Turkey

Apr 18, 2014 No Comments by

Ankara Ankara (Ancyra and Angora) is an old city with historical and archaeological importance. Ankara pocesses Hittite, Phrygia, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman archaeological sites. It is the capital and second largest (after Istanbul) city of turkey. Ankara with its metropolitan municipality is the center of the Turkish Government, and houses all foreign embassies. Ankara […]

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The Mystic Nilan Bhotu – Pakistan

Apr 17, 2014 No Comments by

Nilan Bhotu/Nelan Bhotu is a mystical place in the premises of Margalla Hills (KPK) roughly 27 kilometers (17 mi) North-East of Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan. Nilan Bhotu is an unique place in its origin. The milestones in journey from Islamabad include Damen-e-Koh, Pir Sohawa, Sangada village and finally the astonishing Nilan Bhotu valley. […]

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Wah Cantt (Jalal Sar) – Pakistan

Apr 15, 2014 No Comments by

Wah Cantt originally called jalal sar is a beautiful small town (valley) surrounded by mountains. The city is located in the premises of district Rawalpindi soon to be connected to new Islamabad zone. The cant area is confined within five secured barriers. The literacy rate in Wah Cantt is 100 percent. The name “Wah” was […]

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The Bewildering Nasir al Mulk Mosque – Iran

Apr 04, 2014 No Comments by

Spirituality leads to wonders and self-revelation needs a spot where you can connect to God, your quest ends when u see a wonder built in Qajar era situated in Shiraz, Iran specifically located in Goad-e-Araban place. This mosque is still in use under protection by Nasir al Mulk’s Endowment Foundation. The designers of this spectacular […]

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Sundarbans Mangrove Forest of Bangladesh and India

Apr 03, 2014 No Comments by

Sundarbans is an exceptional and very large forest and it bears the proud title of the largest mangrove forest on the planet Earth. This forest is so large that cannot fit in a single country. It is divided between Bangladesh (six thousand square kilometers) and India (four thousand square kilometers). Sundarbans The forest has been declared […]

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The Pacifying Shogran – Pakistan

Mar 16, 2014 No Comments by

The Beautiful Shogran village situated on a green plateau of Kaghan Valley in northern Pakistan at a height of 7,749 feet or 2,362 meters above sea level. The beauty of shogran is beyond the explanation of words with surrounding peaks and forests. The flowing Kunhar River at the east adds a calming effect to the […]

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