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Unesco World Heritage sites are specific sites of historical and architectural value or ancient remains that have significant cultural, historic and national importance to an individual country that preserves its unique features and important role of a heritage site.

Visiting Panama City's Unesco site Casco Viejo
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Visiting Panama City’s Unesco site Casco Viejo

Visiting Panama City’s Unesco site Casco Viejo   Panama City’s historic district called Casco Viejo juts out into a Peninsula in Panama bay with stunning views of the city skyline and coastal landscape.  This fascinating area was on the verge of decline and destruction in the early 90s when it was saved and certified with Unesco to […]

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Grand Canyon National Park and Unesco Heritage Site
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Grand Canyon National Park and Unesco Heritage Site

Grand Canyon National Park and Unesco Heritage Site The Grand Canyon is one of the most popular national parks in the United States, but did you know that it is also designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site?  Established as a world heritage site in 1979, the Grand Canyon is also considered one of the seven natural wonders of the world. […]

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Loei temple 15 top places to visit in Northern Thailand
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15 top places to visit in Northern Thailand

15 top places to visit in Northern Thailand There are so many amazing places to visit in Thailand, but the northern provinces have some of the most unusual and authentic locations worth exploring and are not as touristy compared to different regions of Thailand. But if you are interested in a slower pace and a genuine Thai […]

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Exploring the palaces and gardens of Potsdam
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Exploring the palaces and gardens of Potsdam

Exploring the palaces and gardens of Potsdam Spring time in Potsdam is the ideal time frame to visit the royal palaces and gardens around Potsdam in Brandenburg, Germany. Home to the Prussian Kings of Germany and their magnificent royal residences, Potsdam became their showpiece close to the city of Berlin and the German equivalent to Versailles. The […]

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Exploring Senso-Ji in Asakusa
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Exploring Senso-Ji in Asakusa

Exploring Senso-Ji in Asakusa Senso-Ji in Asakusa is Tokyo’s largest and most popular Buddhist temple with over 30 million visitors coming to visit this temple annually. Also known as the Asakusa Kannon temple, it’s the biggest tourist destination in Tokyo and worth visiting because of its history, the complex of colorful temples, shops, gardens and public buildings that give […]

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