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The Venetian fortress of Koules/Castello a Mare (1523–1540) guards the inner harbor of Heraklion.

Heraklion, Greece

Greece abounds in blockbuster sights, and Heraklion, the sprawling capital of its largest island, Crete, is gateway to two of them: the Heraklion Archaeological Museum, with its unparalleled collection of ancient Minoan art; and the nearby Palace of Knossos, one of the world’s great archaeological attractions. Most of Heraklion’s iconic landmarks- such as the Koules fortress, Lions Fountain, Venetian Loggia, […]

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Jack's Urban Meeting Place and the JR Simplot World Headquarters (Patrick Rodriguez).

Boise, Idaho, United States

Boise, Idaho, has been called the best place for millennials to live in the US. Boise, is the capital and largest city in Idaho, U.S., and the county seat (1864) of Ada county. It lies along the Boise River in the southwestern part of the state. Because mountains to the north protect it from the Canadian blizzards, Boise has relatively […]

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Madikwe Safari Lodge-Lelapa Lodge at the Lion Sands Game Reserve

Lion Sands Game Reserve – Virtual Safari

Lion Sands Game Reserve – Virtual Safari Join us on a Virtual Safari in the comfort of your own home with Field Guide Francois Rosslee, who managed to spot some elusive residents wildlife. Lion Sands Game Reserve creates highly personalized experiences to bring you closer to Mother Nature, the greatest teacher about the only things in life that really matter. […]

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Colonial Williamsburg Governor's Palace Main Building

Colonial Williamsburg

Colonial Williamsburg has been criticized for neglecting the role of free African-Americans in Colonial life, in addition to those who were slaves.

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Literature Outreach in Nigeria: A History of SIM Literature Work 1901-1980

Literature Outreach in Nigeria: A History of SIM Literature Work 1901-1980

Product details Paperback Publisher: Jim Mason (2009) ISBN-10: 1903689619 ISBN-13: 978-1903689615 Shipping Weight: 1 pounds From its beginning, SIM has been known as the mission where literature holds a prime place. This evidenced itself first when missionaries learned the language of the area; they were soon translating portions of the Scripture, then teaching the people to read, so they could […]

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Vermillion Lakes in Alberta’s National Park. (Image Travel Alberta)

Catch a Glimpse of the Northern Lights if you visit British Columbia this January 2020

January and February have the most reliable snowfall, making it ideal for not just skiing, but also ice-fishing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. You also have a good chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Plan your bucket list vacation with more trip inspiration on Canada Travel website. The aurora borealis has all the characteristics of an ingénue: Elusive, gorgeous, often plays hard […]

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Thanda Safari

Thanda Safari for the Holidays

Thanda Safari, member of The Leading Hotels of the World, is a five-star luxury reserve at the east coast of South Africa in the province KwaZulu-Natal. The sustainable reserve lies on a 34,000-acre large area in the heart of the land of the Zulu and has been voted multiple times at the World Travel Awards to the “World’s Leading Luxury […]

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Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (Kamchatka, Russia)

Exploring Russia’s Far Eastern City of Petropavlovsk – Gateway to the Stunning Kamchatka Peninsula

Petropavlovsk is the cultural center of Kamchatka Krai, Russia with a population of approximately 179,780 Petropavlovsk (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky) is a port city and the capital of Kamchatka oblast. It is located in northern Kazakhstan, far eastern Russia. The city of Petropavlovsk provides access to Kamchatka Peninsula in the south-eastern Russian. It has a small museum with excellent collection of indigenous and […]

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Chapel of the Nativity of Christ, Bethlehem, Israel

Pilgrimage to Bethlehem, Israel to see the Chapel of the Nativity of Jesus Christ

The Four Sacred Caves of Christ In order to discuss pilgrimage sites in the Christian tradition it is important to first make a distinction between those sites outside the ‘Holy Land’ of the Middle East and those inside that general territory. Christian pilgrimage sites outside of the Holy Land are considered sacred because of several reasons including: the presence of […]

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Kardzhali, Bulgaria

Kardzhali, Bulgaria

Kardzhali is a city in the low eastern part of Rhodope Mountains, on both banks of the river Arda between the Kardzhali Reservoir to the west and the Studen Kladenets Reservoir to the east. The town is 260 km (162 mi) southeast of Sofia. It has a crossroad position from Thrace to the Aegean Sea — part of European transportation route 9, via […]

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