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UNESCO World Heritage Sites — Spain 2

UNESCO, an arm of the United Nations, has established a list of the World Heritage Sites, the Earth’s most significant places, based on historical, cultural, and aesthetic considerations. These places should be preserved so that all mankind can appreciate their … Continue reading

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites — Spain 1

UNESCO, an arm of the United Nations, has established a list of the World Heritage Sites, the Earth’s most significant places, based on historical, cultural, and aesthetic considerations. These places should be preserved so that all mankind can appreciate their … Continue reading

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites — United Kingdom 2

UNESCO, an arm of the United Nations, has established a list of the World Heritage Sites, the Earth’s most significant places, based on historical, cultural, and aesthetic considerations. These places should be preserved so that all mankind can appreciate their … Continue reading

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites — United Kingdom 1

UNESCO, an arm of the United Nations, has established a list of the World Heritage Sites, the Earth’s most significant places, based on historical, cultural, and aesthetic considerations. These places should be preserved so that all mankind can appreciate their … Continue reading

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites — France

UNESCO, an arm of the United Nations, has established a list of the World Heritage Sites, the Earth’s most significant places, based on historical, cultural, and aesthetic considerations. These places should be preserved so that all mankind can appreciate their … Continue reading

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Hidden Travel Gems of California

Beyond the typical┬átourist haunts of San Francisco, San Diego, and Los Angeles, along with its major national parks, such as, Yosemite and Redwood,┬áthere are many locations in this state worthy of the traveler’s attention and time. From north to south … Continue reading

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Hidden Travel Gems of Maine

Maine is a lovely state, but it doesn’t have a large number of well-known travel destinations. Except for Acadia National Park, its single national claim-to-fame, there are no major tourist spots. Yet, the state is rich in opportunities for the … Continue reading

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Hidden Travel Gems of Connecticut

Although the state of Connecticut has little in the way of major tourist attractions, there are a few well-known sights. On the other hand, there are many small villages and homes with special charm and ambience here, “hidden travel gems” … Continue reading

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Hidden Travel Gems of Rome

Rome is replete with major tourist attractions, but even here there are several places which are often overlooked by the traveler. These “hidden gems” are just as satisfying as some of the more famous sights but they are less crowded … Continue reading

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Hidden Travel Gems of Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s most spectacular attraction is the view from Victoria Peak, the mountain above the city. The view encompasses the city skyline and its beautiful harbor. However, there are other places in Hong Kong which are a delight to tourists, … Continue reading

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