• 10 Best Places To Visit In Israel | 2018
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    10 Best Places To Visit In Israel | 2018

    10 Best Places To Visit In Israel. Israel offers a whole lot more than amazing age-old ruins and a swathe of biblical sites – here you can also take a dip in the Dead Sea or a boat trip on the Sea of Galilee or for time out, Tel Aviv’s beautiful beaches are sure to impress. Here’s our selection of Israel’s top 10 destinations to get you started. 1: Jerusalem. The capital city of Israel is one of the oldest cities in the world. With a history spanning thousands of years, Jerusalem is a city of unique neighbourhoods each with its own distinct religious and ethnic composition. Jerusalem is home…

  • TOP 10 best places to visit in MYANMAR
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    TOP 10 best places to visit in MYANMAR

    In this video I will share my top 10 favorite places to visit in Myanmar, officially known as the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, or Burma. It is one of the magical and mostly undiscovered destinations in the world. Be amazed by the land of golden pagodas. The ancient temples of Bagan are a must see when you are in Myanmar. The archeological site consists of thousands of temples. The views are best at sunrise or sunset and it is easy to get around by bike or scooter. Lake Inle is famous for the floating villages, gardens and local fisherman. The local people have based their lives completely on…

  • 10 Best Places to Visit in France
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    10 Best Places to Visit in France

    10 Best Places to Visit in France. For more than two decades, France has reigned as the world’s most popular tourist destination, receiving 82 million foreign tourists annual. People from all over the world are drawn to France’s sophisticated culture, dazzling landmarks, exquisite cuisine, fine wines, romantic chateaux and picturesque countryside. An overview of the best places to visit in France. 10: Marseille. One of Europe’s oldest cities and France’s second largest city, Marseille is a major Mediterranean seaport located off the southeast coast of France. Boasting an idyllic climate, Roman ruins, medieval architecture and distinguished cultural venues, Marseille is also a working city with several universities and industries. At…

  • AGRA FORT | Full Tour Part 2
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    AGRA FORT | Full Tour Part 2

    Now you can see Taj Mahal well you can’t see that good on my camera but hopefully we can show you at a later stage this is Agra Fort 2 moat system Outside water, water moat with aligator and crocodiles middle wall used, soldier like the gunmen and near jungle, like tiger lion and elephant. Lots of things to protect the fort sound protection now you can see this area Yamuna River this is river So that’s where the tigers were Outside area only Yamuna River. River name Yamuna River hope you guys can see that Ok, next part moon childs Shah Jahan bedroom This is Agra Fort master palace,…

  • Kyushu, Japan: Misumi Ports, UNESCO World Heritage Site | still travelling #04 + Google map POI list
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    Kyushu, Japan: Misumi Ports, UNESCO World Heritage Site | still travelling #04 + Google map POI list

    Historic Drainage Canal (Misumi West Port) View of Kami-Amakusa (Misumi West Port) JR Misumi Line (Embark from Kumamoto Station) JR Misumi Station Misumi East Port Misumi East Port Plaza Umi no Pyramid (Pyramid of Sea) View of Kami-Amakusa (Misumi West Port) Misumi bussan-kan (Misumi West Port) Urashimaya (Misumi West Port) Former Takada Shipping Store (Misumi West Port) View of Kami-Amakusa (Misumi West Port) Misumi West Port West Port Meijikan (Former Misumi Shipping Warehouse) Misumi West Port Historic Drainage Canal (Misumi West Port) Misumi West Port Old Misumi Summary Court Misumi West Port JR Misumi Line (To Kumamoto) JR Higo-Nagahama Station Higo-Nagahama surroundings Ripple Marks at Higo-Nagahama Shore Misumi West Port

  • Konya, Turkey: Home of Mevlana and Dervishes
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    Konya, Turkey: Home of Mevlana and Dervishes

    This is Konya, one of the most conservative and religious towns in western Turkey. For many Turks, this town’s a bit too orthodox, but I’m looking for all sides of Turkey and Konya is a fascinating stop. This city of a million people is one of the oldest in the world, with known settlements dating back 8,000 years. The city has an illustrious history. Back in the first century, when Konya was called Iconium, the apostle Paul visited several times, and during its heyday in the 13th century, Konya was the capital of the Muslim Seljuk empire. Strolling the streets, you experience the contrasts of the old and the new.…