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Djémila — Roman city in Algeria

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Djémila — Roman city in North Africa, about 50 killometrah south from the modern city of Setif in Algeria. It was founded in 96 BC under the name Kuikul by Emperor Nerva as a fortified military camp. Originally the city is an almost perfect square, where the two main streets are ...

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Karnak Temple

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In Luxor there are two grand temples: Luxor and Karnak. Karnak Temple is the largest temple complex of ancient Egypt. It brings together a series of buildings, and looks more like a separate city than a temple. The dimensions of the temple are 1.5 km by 700 m. It is ...

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Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi

In fact, there is not only one mausoleum, but architectural complex, which consists of five objects. Mausoleum of the former president of Vietnam is only the center of them. Its construction was started in 1973, after four years of the death of Ho Chi Minh. Construction took two years. Externally, ...

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Halong Bay

Halong

Majestic and mysterious, inspiring and amazing imagination: there are not enough words to describe the beauty of this miracle of nature — Halong Bay. Try to imagine more than three thousand islands rising from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin — and your imagination is just a half ...

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Guinea attractions

Mount Bagana, 1730M, an active volcano on Bougainville spewing sulphurous gases. 
 
This picture was taken on a six-week trip by private sailboat through the seldom-visited islands north of New Guinea, in an area of the South Pacific known as the Solomon Sea.  Most of the islets here have no airport or regularly scheduled boat services, and their way of life is traditional by economic necessity. The region is also one of the most volcanically active in the world.

Mostly, tourists are attracted to Guinea by ​​its wonders, especially the stunning landscapes of the Fouta-Djalon, endless jungles, excellent road network, and an amazing contrast of dry valleys, located in the north, with modern facilities and areas. The complex bank and office buildings are located between in a fairly modern ...

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Guinea

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Guinea is located in the West Africa, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, and has the 300-kilometer indented coastline. It’s area is about 245.836 km2. Until 1958, Guinea was a colony of France, now it is a presidential republic with a population of about 7.4 million people. The official ...

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Grand Erg Oriental

Grand Erg Oriental

What is the erg? In Arabic, the word means a designated tracts of sand in North Africa, they are characterized by the presence of dunes, as well as the completed absence of vegetation. Grand Erg Oriental is a huge sand desert in the northern part of the Sahara with an ...

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Egypt

EGYPT

Egypt – «Pearl of the Orient». The country of ancient civilization, blessed land, where all years brings bright sunshine and the sea is always warm and transparent. Here you can see the ancient pyramids and the Sphinx, golden treasures of Tutankhamen and the majestic temples of Luxor. On this land, ...

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Cyprus

Cyprus

Cyprus — is an island in Mediterranean sea, not far from the Turkey coast. Climate. The climate on the island is subtropical Mediterranean, with hot summers and mild, relatively rainy winters. Rains usually starts from late October and continuous till April. The climate in Cyprus is considered to be the ...

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City of The Dead

City of dead

A small Egyptian city of Luxor can be safely claimed to be one of the most interesting cities in the world. It is a home for many ancient sites, that is why Egypt annually attracts thousands of tourists. The right bank of the Nile, and everything what is located on ...

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