No doubt, you might heard about ancient worlds wonders of the world. The Pyramids of Giza is one of them. It was listed in UNESCO World Heritage list in 1979. Read More
Kinkaku-Ji is the Zen Buddist temple located in Kinkaku-Ji, Kitaku, Northern Kyoto, Japan. The official name of this temple Rokuon-ji. The temple was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site Read More
Easter Island also is known as the indigenous name of “Rapa Nui” is a small island that is located in the southern pacific ocean approximately 3500 Km from the west Read More
Japan Itsukushima Shrine is one of the most famous iconic sights in Japan. You will be definitely familiar with a dramatic red Torii Gate that is standing over the sea Read More
Galle Fort is a World Heritage site that attracts the attention of local and foreign tourists. The Galle Fort an archaeological preservation monument in1971. Galle Fort was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. Galle is a beautiful city of historical as well as natural beauty.
Sigiriya fortress known as Lion Rock is the 8th world wonder of the world has built up in the late 15 century and located at around 15 Km northeast of Dambulla, Sri Lanka. This ancient place attracts more than thousands of tourists every year. This rock fortress is surrounded by an amazing water garden, a vast garden, and an extensive network of fortifications, canals, alleys, and fountains. Earlier this place was a Buddhist monastery and later King Kashapa restored it as a palace. After the death of his, this place again became a Buddhist monastery 14 century when it was abandoned.
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