Louvre Pyramids

The Louvre Museum (originally Musée du Louvre) is located in the French city of Paris. To the west of the city, it is called the city center, covering more than 60,600 square meters, close to the Sein River. The Louvre, known as the most famous and largest museum in the …

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Sydney Harbor Bridge

The Sydney Harbor Bridge is a world-renowned monument located in Sydney, Australia, one of the Oceania countries. Sydney, which is one of the most important cities in Australia and also in the region, is considered the most popular and touristic city of the country along with Melbourne. Sydney, Australia’s most …

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Victoria Waterfall

I was quite excited when I received the Yellow Humma vaccine at the Johannesburg airport health department and received my international vaccination report card bir I was frightened by a country I had to go to for the first time. The South African private Kulula Airlines team has made this …

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Angkor Wat

In the southern part of Indochina, amidst the tropical forests of Kampucheia, one of the greatest wonders of Asia lies. This is the old, ruined city of Angkor, once the capital of the great Khmer Empire (kak. Campus). Yacovarman I, who founded Angkor in the 9th century AD, built a …

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Pisa

The Leaning Tower is located in the city of Pisa in the Tuscany Region in northern Italy. Known as the Torre Leaning Tower of Pisa Torre (Torre Pendente di Pisa), the Tower of Pisa, one of Italy’s most famous symbols, welcomes thousands of visitors throughout the year as the country’s …

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Luksor(luxor)

Luxor Luxor is the capital of the governorship of Al Uqsur in southern Egypt. The city, which has a population of approximately 200,000, is also known as the world’s largest open museum since it was built on the ruins of the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes. For this reason, thousands …

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Ayasofya

As we descend from the southwest of Sultanahmet Square, we come across a small mosque which gives the name of the neighborhood where the Cankurtaran and Kadırga districts intersect. Contrary to its small and modest appearance, Little Hagia Sophia is a structure that opens a new era with its architecture …

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Uluru

Almost right in the middle of Australia, the barren and flat plain Ayers Rock (Uluru) amazes those who see. This old red rock mass has been eroded by wind-blown sand for millions of years. Indigenous to Australian Aborigines, this rock has become one of the symbols of Australia today. Ayers …

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Colosseum

THE WORLD’S LARGEST DEATH ARENA; Colosseum Selected as one of the 7 wonders of the world in 2007, the Colosseum is one of the most visited historical buildings in the world and is also the most important tourist symbol of Italy’s capital Rome. So, why so many visits to this …

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egyptian pyramid

On the banks of the Nile in Africa, mankind built one of the world’s first great civilizations. His greatest engineering wonder was the pyramid tomb made for the sun god of Egypt. No metal tools, no wheeled tools, only soft copper chisels and saws were used. Towns were built for …

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