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Porque é bom viajar?

Viajar é uma das experiências mais enriquecedoras que podemos ter na vida. Conhecer novos lugares, culturas e pessoas pode ampliar nossa visão de mundo, quebrar a rotina e trazer novas aventuras para nossas vidas. Image
Descubra novas culturas e tradições

Viajar é uma oportunidade única para aprender sobre diferentes culturas e tradições. Cada lugar que visitamos tem sua própria história, culinária, arquitetura e costumes, e explorar tudo isso pode ser uma aventura fascinante.
Em vez de simplesmente ler sobre outras culturas, viajar nos permite experimentá-las em primeira mão, com todos os nossos sentidos, e isso pode ajudar a expandir nossa compreensão e empatia pelo mundo.
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Comenzaremos a descubri el continente Asiático, empezaremos con el pais de Corea de Sur. Image
Antes de empezar con los lugares mas ideales para visitar dicho país voy a comenzar a dar un poco de información sobre Corea.
El país de #CoreadelSur, tiene como lengua oficial el coreano, que es hablando tanto en ambas Coreas 🇰🇷 y 🇰🇵 y en Yanbian ubicado en China Provincia de Jilin, prefectura fronteriza con corea del Norte. Tienen como escritura el Hangul, que fue creado por "Sejong el grande"
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#PuertoRico #Castles #travelphotography #SanJuan: Castillo San Felipe del Morro / El Morro astonishes. It is a massive triangular fortress draped guarding the harbor. It may be the second largest fortress in the entire New World, second only to nearby Castillo San Cristobal. 1/
2/ #UNESCO El Morro five tiers of wedding cake #ramparts must soar up to 100 feet above the #ocean. The Spanish started construction in 1539. To enter, one crosses a splendid multi-acre lawn on the landward approach they deliberately cleared of all obstacles.
3/ El Morro's original pierced windowless guard towers are named "garitas". (I use "margarita" as a mnemonic...). We also saw many 3' long iguanas: one on the giant exterior lawn and at least 10 more in the dry moat. They love eating the weeds/clovers.
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Ancient temples have always been one of the most amazing threads in the tapestry of Indian culture, and Gujarat surely has an spectacular array of temples to consider when charting out your next trip to the state.

The Modhera Sun Temple was made by King Bhima I of the Chalukya
dynasty in the early 11th century.
It is a temple made to honour the Sun God in Modhera village of Mehsana district on the bank of River Pushpavati. The temple complex is divided into three parts – Gudha Mandapa (the shrine hall), Sabha Mandapa (the assembly hall) and
Kunda (the reservoir).

The temple is designed in such a way that during every equinox, the first ray of the rising sun would fall on a diamond placed on the head of the Sun God. This would also light up the shrine with a golden glow.

The Sabha Mandap stands on 52 pillars,
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L’ASSIKO n’est pas une danse traditionnelle des Bassa , elle va devenir une danse moderne que les Bassa ont adoptée..
Traditionnel signifie « fondé sur la tradition », et tradition veut dire « manière habituelle d'agir ou de penser dans une région,
rituel pratiqué depuis des siècles ». Or les BASSA sont composés de multiples clans dont les trois quart n’ont découvert l’ASSIKO que par les médias. Par essence même cette danse n’est pas pratiquée chez les BabimbI, Bikok, Bassa de Douala ou
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#Dehradun is the capital of #Uttarakhand, a state formed in 2000 in the Himalayan region of #India. Historically, it was known as ‘dun’ till the #British referred to it as ‘Doon’. From references to God Shiva, Ram, the #Sikh Guru Har Ram Rai, #Chinese traveller Huien Tsang...
#Afghan ruler DostMohammad sent here in exile by British& freedom fighter #RashBihariBose came here #Dehradun has seen lots of #history of #Indian subcontinent.Did u know delicate Dehradun #rice was introduced by Dost Mohammad?u still get delicious Afghani #cuisine @virsanghvi ImageImageImage
These #photos try to capture beauty of #architecture of the old city.Majestic once but presently dilapidated, they have a lot of stories within them.Exploring these late 19th-early 20th century #havelis or mansions with #designstudents imagining lives of people who lived in them. ImageImageImageImage
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About four or five years ago I traveled on assignment to the Azores, a volcanic archipelago off the coast of Portugal, and purchased a clay cooking pot in San Miguel. I finally decided it’s time to use it, so today I’ll be documenting the process for how to season it.
I’ve never actually seasoned an unglazed clay pot from scratch before and am figuring this out using advice from the internet and @davidleite. The first step is to immerse it in water for several hours. #claypot #cooking #cookware
A correction: this pot is actually from the Azorean island of Terceira. It was made by Olaria de S. Bento who I was told is one of very few people still producing pots like this by hand. #azores #claypot #terceira…
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