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Turkey's ancient Ephesus a bucket-list destination

Ephesus was a Greek city founded approximately 3,000 years ago in Asia Minor in what is now western Turkey, near a town called Selçuk. A…

Started by Tripatini

0 Sep 9, 2019

Istanbul's two great mosques: Hagia Sophia & the Blue Mosque

The two buildings look across the crowded square at each other. Like Istanbul itself, they both divide and join the citizens and their his…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 27, 2019

Germany celebrates one century of Bauhaus architecture/design

In 1919, in the immediate wake of the devastation wrought by World War I, an architect named Walter Gropius, one of the pioneering maestro…

Started by David Paul Appell

0 Jul 26, 2019

UNESCO sites among the top 10 historical sites to visit in Iran

Iranian architecture reflects the rich history and culture of the country, especially its ornamental tiles and clever engineering masterp…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jul 23, 2019

When in Cape Town, why Robben Island is a must

   A short boat ride out into the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Town, just over five square kilometres (2 sq. miles) in size, sandy Robben Islan…

Started by Iberia Airlines

0 Jun 24, 2019

The inspiring summer solstice at Stonehenge

The longest day of the year is today upon us again, and summer-solstice festivals and celebrations break out in numerous countries across…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jun 21, 2019

Is Split Croatia's most underrated city?

Europe - and the world - tempt with many amazing travel destinations, but Croatia in some ways is in a class by itself. Known for its stu…

Started by Tripatini

0 Jun 17, 2019

Peru's mighty, mysterious Nazca Lines

In the middle of Peru's parched, dusty Nazca Desert, you'll find one of the world's most fascinating archaeological enigmas: the Nazca Lin…

Started by Iberia Airlines

0 Jun 9, 2019

The rugged Causeway coast of Northern Ireland's County Antrim

More than 100 million years ago, the area now occupied by the North Antrim coast was covered by a warm sea. Over countless millennia, the…

Started by Tripatini

0 May 30, 2019

Shiraz, Iran's city of art, history, and gardens

One of Persia's oldest cities, and now one of Iran's most beautiful as well as its fifth larges (pop. 1.7 million), Shiraz in the country'…

Started by Tripatini

0 Apr 11, 2019

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