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Reed Flute Cave in China

Reed Flute Cave na China

| May 10, 2014 | 0 Comentários

The cave of Reed Flute, located in the region of Guanxi, China. Also known by the inhabitants as “The natural art Palace”, the caves of Reed Flute, in China, they look like a marvel of another planet. Color, lighting and the exotic rock formations of limestone, give the feeling of being in a sort of […]

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The Pisa tower in Italy

A torre de Pisa em Itália

| November 12, 2013 | 0 Comentários

The leaning tower of Pisa is the Bell Tower of the Cathedral of Pisa. The Tower leans towards the South at an angle of 5.5 ° spreading 4.5 m. vertical. It reaches a height of 56 m and his weight is estimated at about 14,700 tons. The Tower has 8 levels, a basis of blind […]

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Pushkar in India

Pushkar, na Índia

| October 23, 2013 | 0 Comentários

Pushkar is considered one of the most ancient cities of the India. On the banks of Pushkar Lake, the pilgrims take baths in Holy waters, while not far away, vendors and craftsmen await patients when selling. Pushkar is located in the State of Rajasthan, about 14 km to the Northwest of Ajmer. This village is […]

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The Shrine of Ellora, in India

O Santuário de Ellora, na Índia

| September 17, 2013 | 0 Comentários

In western India, in the state of Maharashtra, there is a place tucked away amidst mountains Charanandri: Ellora, one of the most unique sanctuaries Asia. Perched among waterfalls and streams, rises a set of 34 caves temple, carved into the rock over a thousand years ago. Among them Kailasanatha temple, the king lost jewel Krishna […]

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Sigiriya in Sri Lanka.

Sigiriya no Sri Lanka.

| August 5, 2013 | 0 Comentários

In the midst of a great plain stands the imposing rock of the lion, his strange monolithic form is the result of an extinct volcano that was eroded over thousands of years to expose its core solidified magma of 370 m. Although the first settlements date back to the prehistoric era, it was not until […]

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The Great Mosque of Djenne in Mali.

A Grande Mesquita de Djenne no Mali.

| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comentários

The Great Mosque of Djenne is located in the Sahel region in Djenne, Mali. Considered the largest adobe structure in the world, presents a traditional construction in the area, including Arabic influences. The date of its construction is unknown, but is believed to date from the year 1200 or 1330, judging by the early writings […]

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Baikal Lake in Russia.

Lago Baikal na Rússia.

| July 22, 2013 | 1 Comment

Baikal Lake is a lake of superlatives. It is the deepest in the world and seventh in size. Only surpassed by volume of water by the Caspian Sea. If the water is distributed evenly over the planet, this would be covered by 20 cm of water. With more than 25 million years, Lake Baikal is […]

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The Ermitage Winter Palace in Russia.

O Palácio de inverno ermitage na Rússia.

| July 17, 2013 | 0 Comentários

The Ermitage Winter Palace is a masterpiece of Rococo design. St. Petersburg, architect, Rastrelli 1754 to 1762. With the Rococo usually reserved for the furniture, the remarkable sixteenth-century architect Rastrelli created what is surely the most famous building of imperial St. Petersburg: the Hermitage Winter Palace. Built between 1754 and 1762 for the Empress Elisabeth […]

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Cappadocia in Turkey.

Capadócia na Turquia.

| July 9, 2013 | 0 Comentários

Cappadocia, which was once the Roman Empire province, is now a sprawling area in central Turkey, located between Aksaray in the west, Kayseri in the east and Nigde in the south. Modern Cappadocia is an amazing place, crossed by valleys and dotted with dramatic rock formations. Whatever your expectations will not go home disappointed. Agencies […]

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Milford Sound in New Zealand

Milford Sound em Nova Zelândia

| July 4, 2013 | 0 Comentários

Milford Sound is one of the most famous tourist sites in New Zealand. The sea, internal land within an area southwest of the South Island, and does so in a landscape of rugged coastline with rocks and chasms that rise sharply up to 1200 meters, and countless waterfalls cascading to the sea. Situated within Fiordland […]

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