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    Historical Facts about Australia

    Posted in Australia | May 22, 2012
    Australia is a lovely continent in the southern hemisphere of the world. With the six stages that it has it is a lovely paradise which has to be experienced and a heavenly tours in this part of the world. Five of these states are on the mainland. The five mainland states are Queensland, South Australia, New South Wales, Western Australia and Victoria. Tasmania is the island state. Australia has two territories – The Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory. Many islands on the Australian coast are found here and these are Christmas, Ashmore, Cartier, Coral Sea, Cocos (Keeling), McDonald, Heard, Macquarie Islands and Norfolk. Australia is the sixth largest country in the entire world. The country also has many mountain ranges. The  [...]
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    Interesting facts about Africa

    Posted in Africa | May 19, 2012
    Africa is a lovely continent and has the best travel attractions and tour pleasures in this part of the world. It is the second largest continent in the world and has a great interest in the eyes of the tourist and also the person who wants to do something different. There are lot of interesting facts about Africa. Let us know about them. This is the largest continent in the world and has an area that makes up around 5.7% of the entire surface of the earth and around 20% of the total planet surface. Africa with its rich geography and the most interesting history has a great biodiversity with a fantastic travel sight. There are around 53 African countries and some undisputed areas. Sudan is the largest African country and Cairo the Egyptian  [...]
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    Historical facts about Spain

    Posted in History Around The World | May 15, 2012
    It is not that all people in Spain are speakers of Spanish or Castilian. There are four languages here which are the Basque, Castilian, Catalan and Galician. Then you have the other regional languages like Asturian, Aranese and Aragonese which are spoken here. Then did you know that Spain is a religious country with Roman Catholicism. Today however only 76% are recognized as Spaniards and out of these only 20% are churchgoers. Spain is very famous for the vibrant festivals that so form a part of their culture. Amongst these the Tomatina in Bunol, the San Fermin in Pamplona, the Fallas in Valencia, and the Moros I Cristians in Valencia and the Mystery Play of Elx are very famous. Spain is also a region where the newest styles of dance have been  [...]
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    Intriguing Tales from Austria in Europe Travels

    Posted in History Around The World | May 8, 2012
    Know some information that you did not know about Austria the lovely country in the central part of Europe with a magnitude of landscapes and the most fascinating Alpine terrain in this part of the Pannonian plains in the eastern side. Austria has the countries of Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Italy, Slovenia, Switzerland and Liechenstein as the neighbouring countries. It is thus a landlocked region and has not opening to the sea. The River Danube is the river that flows through this beautiful country. The winters are cold here in Austria and the summers are normally warm and moderate. January and February are the coldest months. July and August are the warmest months. Vienna is the biggest Austrian city and the others are Salzburg,  [...]
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    Enthralling tours in the Montezuma Monument

    Posted in North America | May 1, 2012
    The Montezuma Monument is a  fascinating attraction in North America and provides the best pleasures of a fantastic travel locale. Come here and enjoy the sights and the journey down the past here. The Montezuma Monument does not have any lodging facilities and there are many motels and hotels that are found in and around the Sedona and Camp Verde. This is surely one of the best preserved and the most enchanting structure in this part of the world. See get to see this limestone recess that lies high above a flood plain along the Beaver Creek in the valley of Verde here in North America. This is a five storey cliff with 20 rooms that used to be a high rise apartment building once. The early Sinagua Indians used to live here more than around  [...]
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    All about the Intriguing Guaranis

    Posted in Africa | April 24, 2012
    The Guarani are the people who are considered to be the original inhabitants of Paraguay. Around 95% of the people in Paraguay speak the Guarani language. There are many important Guarani handicrafts that are seen in tours to Paraguay and these include the hammocks, embroidery, lace, and the aho poi which are finely woven linen. Catholicism that is observed in Paraguay is an amalgamation of the traditional Guarani beliefs, rituals and the Catholic faith. Believed to have inhabited most of the parts of South eastern parts of South America, like the present day Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay and also Brazil, the Guaranis were a semi nomadic Indian tribe which was known greatly for their traditions of being warriors. The word Guarani means warrior.  [...]
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    Nou Camp, a place worth visiting when you travel around Barcelona

    Posted in Europe | April 17, 2012
    A visit to the Nou Camp needs no sales pitch or advertising – it’s an essential pilgrimage for any football fan.  Many travellers will have already visited the Nou Camp on a visit to Barcelona. Tourist boards and travel guides generally rate it alongside the likes of the Sagrada Familia and the Ramblas as a vital part of any journey. The reason the Nou Camp is integral to a full Barcelona experience is because it represents an insight into Catalan culture. Sport is often an arena where rivalries are played out and local populations view it as a way of gaining recognition. Catalan culture is fiercely individual and the Barcelona FC is where they assert their political will. During the Franco regime, membership at FC Barcelona was a  [...]
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    Interesting historical facts about Andorra

    Posted in Europe | March 27, 2012
    Andorra in Europe is one place which has to be explored to get the best travel pleasures and the most memorable memories. There are so many facts in Andorra which deserve a special mention and it is interesting to know about them. For example did you know that there is no income tax in Andorra? It is in fact viewed as a paradise for people as regards tax. Andorra thus attracts a lot of tourists which is the main revenue source for the country. There was a treaty of peace that was signed by Spain and France and this actually was the main result of the independence in Andorra. This treaty called the Pareage was a mainstay of the peace that existed between the countries later. This made the king of Aragon to call for a treaty and this treaty required  [...]
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    Fun Facts about Australia

    Posted in Australia | March 20, 2012
    There are lot of fun facts about Australia that are very interesting to note and intriguing for the mind. For example Australia is said to be the place which has the maximum degrees of urban living in the entire world. Australia has an average of about three people per square kilometre which makes it the place with the lowest population densities in the entire world. Australia has the Parliament in Canberra and is in fact one of the largest buildings in this part of the southern hemisphere and is over 3000,000 cubic metres. It is said that an average person from Australia would have around 165,000 in a lifetime. The motto that Melbourne city has is Vires acquirit eundo which means we gather strength as we grow. Melbourne horse race is held  [...]
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    Ten Trivial Facts about Europe

    Posted in Europe | March 13, 2012
    Europe is the second smallest continent in the seven continents in the world. This is also the third most populous continent. Isn’t that very interesting to know? This and many more facts would interest you further and give you a reason to kindle your grey cells. There are so many facts about the world that we sometimes fail to notice. But these are the smallest drops that make up the ocean of knowledge about the world in general. Let us get to know such and more facts about the continent of Europe. As said before, Europe is the second continent in the entire world and is also the third most populated continent. It has a great cultural diversity and has the best collection of culture in this part of the world. This is also the place where  [...]
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