Kampung Pelangi, The Colorful village of Indonesia

The village of Kampung Pelangi, is probably one of the most colorful and attractive villages in the Indonesia, Once the Indonesian village of Kampung Wonosari looked very inconspicuously with its gray-white houses and the same brown roofs. However, it was renamed Kampung Pelangi, which literally translates as “Rainbow Village”, because it really has become a by painting all 232 settlement houses in all colors of the rainbow, and supplementing them with bright pictures.

Colorful village in Indonesia, Kampung Pelangi

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Palmanova fortress town, The strategic location of war

Fort in the form of a star – type fortifications, which first appeared in the XV century in Italy. At that time, the medieval fortifications that were built of stone, becoming an easy target for the guns. That is why forts star began to build of brick, earth and other materials that are made to strengthen a much more powerful and have reduced the probability of failure of cannonballs.

Palmanova fortress town, The strategic location of war

City of Palmanova in Northern Italy.

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9 Most Expensive Cities In The World

Each year, the research unit of The Economist publishes two reports – of the most expensive and cheapest cities to live in the world. The first report, which is called the Worldwide Cost of Living, considered factors such as the price of food, fuel and income levels. Due to the strengthening of the US dollar and the devaluation of national currencies of other countries in the rankings this year, one can observe a major change compared with the previous report. Before you – the nine most expensive cities to live in the world.

9. Seoul, South Korea

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Tram in Bilbao – The world’s Best Tram

Some people do not know or do not want to believe that the tram – the world’s best form of public transport. “Trams noisy, slow, and do not know how to go around traffic jams!” they say. a bunch of reasons can cause such people about what modern tramway system solved all of these problems, tell them about the benefits of modern rail transport, that the tram is cute and beautiful. And you can just show them the tram in the Spanish city of Bilbao. Ya many different trams seen in the world, but I think we cant see such type of.

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Bikini Airline of Vietnam

Can you imagine what the test will fall to your share, if you suddenly make up your mind to use the services of airlines “Bikini Airline”? The name already speaks for itself, and if you’re a real dreamer, seeker the opportunity to entertain your inquisitive taste – you here!

I do not think that the aircraft of the airline only men enjoy. This service is for everyone. So fly planes “Bikini Airline”!

Vietnam’s Bikini Airline

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Hundred Islands National Park Philippines

In the province of Pangasinan in northern Philippines one of the national parks in the Philippines and is called the Hundred Islands. Although, in fact, the total number of islands more than a hundred mark, and is 124 selected islands or equal to 123 during the tides in the Lingayen Gulf covering an area of 16.76 square kilometers in the north of the country.

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The Devil’s Pool at Victoria Falls

Zambian side of the Victoria Falls since the end of August until the beginning of January until the water level is so low that this period opens possibilities for tourists dip in the river basin bearing the name of part of the Devil.

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Westbury White Horse

The Westbury White Horse also known as Bratton White Horse, a hill figure on the escarpment of Salisbury Plain, around 2.4 kilometer east of Westbury in England, situated on the edge of Bratton Downs and lying just below an Iron Age hill Fort, 180 feet tall and 170 feet wide and is a symbol for the town of Westbury, several white horses ccarve in wiltshire, but it is the oldest one and restored in 1778.

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Setenil de las Bodegas — Living Under The Rock

The Spaniards in the province of Cadiz (Andalusia) rock canyon ledges, caves were able to apply for the benefit of mankind and to recreate a wonderful city, with narrow streets, different from each other, and houses built right into the rock itself. The basalt boulders of rocks in the form of rooftops remind of greatness nature. 

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Where the Great Wall ends in the ocean, Lao Long Tou, Shanhaiguan, China

The Great Wall is a Chinese fortification is the largest in size and human edifice built gradually in order to protect China from Mongol invasions and Turkish women. Its construction began in the 7th century. BC but the current form is due mainly to the Ming dynasty (late 14th c. to the 17th c. AD). The wall extends to a total length of 8,850 km. (Including the branches reaches 21 196 km.) And not built all at once but rather created by the union of several preexisting walls.

The Great Wall ends in the Ocean
The north end of the Great Wall of China in the East China Sea at dusk in Shanhaiguan, China – a place known as Old Dragon’s Head or Lao Long Tou.

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