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Haridwar, The Gateway to God

August 27, 2015 |

Haridwar is a city in the state of Uttarakhand, India. Haridwar is one of the Hindu holy places in India and a centre of Hindu religion and mysticism for centuries, it attracts a large number of Hindu pilgrims from all over the world. Haridwar is the site of many religious festivals. The yearly festivals include:Read More

Esquilino and San Giovanni, The Adjacent Neighborhoods in Rome

August 26, 2015 |

Esquilino and San Giovanni are adjacent neighborhoods in Rome. Esquilino is named for the Esquiline hill on which it stands. San Giovanni is named after the Basilica, which is the parish church of Rome. Here are the highlights:Read More

Ein Gedi National Park, The Second Largest Oasis in Israel

August 26, 2015 |

Ein Gedi is an oasis in the Judaean Desert, near the Dead Sea, between Masada and the caves of Qumran. The Ein Gedi National Park is the second largest oasis in Israel. It is one of few places in the Israeli deserts where streams are running all year long. Four springs flow through and water the reserve all year: the David, the Arugot, the Shulamit, and the Ein Gedi springs. Here are the highlights:Read More

Fortaleza, Brazillian Most Popular Domestic Package Tour Destination

August 26, 2015 |

Fortaleza is a major city on Brazil’s northeast coast, and the capital of Ceará state. Fortaleza is one of the largest cities in Brazil and certainly one of the most vibrant. The city is perhaps the most popular domestic package tour destination, and Europeans are following suit. Here are the highlights:Read More

Dnipropetrovsk, A Major Industrial City in Eastern Ukraine

August 26, 2015 |

Dnipropetrovsk is a major industrial city in Eastern Ukraine. As an industrial centre still, it suffers from heavy pollution issues, but is generally well maintained and provides an interesting insight into real working life in Ukraine. Since the independence of Ukraine in 1991 and the economic development that followed, a number of large commercial and business centres have been built in the city’s outskirts. Here are the highlights:Read More

Explore Aventino and Testaccio in Rome

August 26, 2015 |

Aventino and Testaccio are neighborhoods of Rome. Aventino is named for the hill which rises up near the Tiber river and is one of the legendary seven hills of Rome. Testaccio is an area to the southwest of Aventino along the bank of the Tiber and is named for the eighth hill of Rome. Here are the highlights in Aventino and Testaccio:Read More

Burnie and Its Significant Transformation Into an Attractive Coastal City

August 25, 2015 |

Burnie is the fourth largest city in Tasmania, Australia. It is located on the North West Coast of Tasmania. Once renowned as a single-industry town with scant concern for the environment, Burnie has undergone a significant transformation into an attractive coastal city with a diverse economy. Here are the highlights:Read More

Casablanca, The Cosmopolitan, Industrial and Economic Heart of Morocco

August 25, 2015 |

Casablanca may be the cosmopolitan, industrial and economic heart of Morocco, and its largest city, but it is one of the less endearing of the country’s sights. Casablanca is now Morocco’s largest city with a population of almost 4 million and also boasts the world’s largest artificial port but no ferry service of any kind . Casablanca is also the most liberal and progressive of Morocco’s cities. Here are the highlights:Read More

Civitavecchia, The Ancient Town of Rome

August 25, 2015 |

Civitavecchia is a town and comune of the province of Rome in the central Italian region of Lazio. The name Civitavecchia means “ancient town”. The city is the seat of two thermal power stations. The conversion of one of them to coal has raised the population’s protests, as it has been suggested it could create heavy pollution. Here are the highlights:Read More

Devonport, The Gateway to Tasmania

August 25, 2015 |

Devonport is the third largest city in the state of Tasmania, Australia located on the north coast, on the Bass Strait. Often referred to as the gateway to Tasmania, being the arrival port of the daily Bass Strait ferry service from the mainland. Devonport is the closest point of arrival to the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. Here are the highlights:Read More