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Dazu Rock Carvings

China, the most populous country of our planet with more than 1 billion 300 million people; it is divided into “provinces” that are very populous, too.

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Walking in Concepcion de Ataco

Somewhere in El Salvador there is a town called Concepcion de Ataco, which is completely covered in murals! This is our topic of the day. This beautiful small

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The “Artistic Lights” in Salerno

Salerno, a pretty town of the Italian region named Campania. This town is facing over the homonymous beautiful bay bathed by the Tyrrhenian Sea. This territory includes

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Christmas nativity cribs on the Adriatic coast

Italy is the Country of the Christmas nativity cribs… from north to south and the islands; families, craftsmen, private and public organizations;  all are committed to create

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The Painted Churches of Cyprus

Cyprus, the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea after the Italian islands of Sicily and Sardinia; due to the geographical location, straddling East and West it

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The charming Hoot Owls

Rome, the Italian capital, in recent centuries this ancient city has been the cradle of noble families that inherited their houses improperly called “Villa”, such as Villa

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Les Baux de Provence, history and art

France is one of European countries best organized to promote tourism. From the famous Mont Saint Michel to the French Riviera, from castles of the Loire Valley

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Las Pozas de Xilitla, Mexico unknown

Today the journey of The Golden Scope continues in Mexico, in the minds of many of us this country evokes the mysterious and fascinating Mayan civilization ….

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The amazing Guell Park

There are many forms of art, it is the art itself that manifest in many countless ways: painting, sculpture, photography, music and much more.
Today The Golden

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Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

Philadelphia is one of the oldest cities in the United States, this rich in history city was founded in 1682 by the Quaker William Penn and in

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Djerbahood open-air museum

Photos by Aline Deschamps – Galerie Itinerrance
When we read about Djerbahood, the first thought that came through our minds was writing about it to show it to