Morocco, Chefchaouen: the blue pearl

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Have you ever dreamt of visiting a city completely blue? If you think that’s not possible you are completely wrong! Nestled in the scenery of the Rif Mountains in the northern Morocco, just 4 hours drive from the more famous […]

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Yemen, Shibam: Manhattan of the desert

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Memories of a trip through an amazing country  In the late 2005 my trip through Yemen led me in the Hadramawt Governorate. In the central-western part of this huge and old region there is a town famous for its mudbrick-made […]

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China, Beijing: how to visit Badaling Great Wall

A tour around China is not completed if you don’t visit the Great Wall. This  majestic defensive structure winds up and down  like a huge snake across mountains, deserts, grasslands, stretching for almost 21.000 km from east to west of […]

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Yemen, Shaharah: the highest village of the country

About 160 km from Sanaa, proceeding towards the city of Sadaa,  it is located the most beautiful and fascinating mountain village in all of  Yemen: Shaharah. Situated at 2600 meters on the top  of the magnificent mountain Jabal Shaharah, the village […]

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China, Shaoshan: the heart of the ‘’Red Tourism’’

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Hunan Province – Shaoshan is a small town located 100 km from Changsha (the capital of Hunan Province) where Mao Zedong, the founder of the Peoples Republic of China was born and lived during a part of his life, therefore […]

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China, Beijing: Juyongguan Great Wall

Juyongguan Pass is one of the three most famous passes along the Great Wall of China, the other two are Jiayuguan Pass and Shanhaiguan Pass.  Enlisted in the World Heritage site in 1987, it was considered in ancient times one […]

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Myanmar, what to see in Yangon

Yangon is the largest city in Myanmar and has a mix of colonial architecture, modern high-rises and Buddhist pagodas defined its skylines. The city is plenty of religious sites, natural lakes, markets selling a variety of traditional products, museums and […]

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