Civita di Bagnoregio: Ancient Endangered Hill Town in Italy


Civita di Bagnoregio, Province of Viterbo, Italy. Initially Civita was the first settlement established by Etruscans over 2 500 years ago, whereas Bagnoregio was its suburb. Only recently tourists rediscovered the sister towns, that mesmerize with impressive nature and panoramic views, as well as historic architecture, balancing on a fragile cliff.

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27 Places In The U.S. That Foreigners Are Crazy About


What most of us living in the U.S. don’t know is that this country is actually a great place to travel around. It offers all sorts of stunning scenery. From the low plains all the way up to the mighty mountains, the U.S. has a little bit of everything to see.

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The Largest Buddhist Settlement In The World: Home To Over 40,000 Monks And Nuns


Among the green rolling hills in the Larung Gar Valley in China, the last thing you would expect to see in the countryside are thousands of red wooden huts that have been built in a massive cluster. Houses for monks and nuns sprawl all over the valley and up the surrounding mountains. The houses are all built in a wood style that is traditionally found in this region, and built so close together that they appear almost on top of each other.

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Namibia From Above

Theo Allofs taking his paraglider engine apart after flight over the desert, in October, 2014, in the Namib Desert, Namibia. A photographer has captured a bird’s eye view of the stunning Namib Desert from a paraglider. Theo Allofs travels the world taking stunning pictures of untouched landscapes from a unique perspective. Soaring 300 metres above ground, Theo shot the yellow sand dunes, dry red river beds and remote townships in Namibia. His use of a paraglider, which can soar to 1400m above ground, also allowed him to follow a flock of ostriches and a herd of zebras. Theo’s unusual method of transport meant he could explore the far reaches of the desert and minimise the disruption to wildlife. (Photo by Theo Allofs/Barcroft Media)

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The Design Hotels Book 2015


The updated edition for 2015 shows design hotels from the most attractive destinations across the globe, along with exclusive information from this international network of hoteliers. Discerning travelers who thrive on unique experiences can choose from the world’s most inspring hotels through this book.

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Recluse From Chusmuy

Francisca Gomez poses for a photograph inside her home, a cave where she has been living for the past 50 years, in the mountains on the outskirts of Chusmuy, Honduras April 21, 2015. The 75-year old widow receives help from neighbors and friends and she makes a little money by selling wood she collects, according to a local newspaper. (Photo by Jorge Cabrera/Reuters)

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Japan’s Rural School

Students in Aone’s elementary school during break in between the class on April 9, 2015. The school has only six students, two of whom are from the same family. Similarly small schools can be found throughout Japan. (Photo by Ko Sasaki/The Washington Post)

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Guatemalan Grave Cleaners

A grave cleaner sits on a coffin next to a mummified body during the exhumation work at the General Cemetery in Guatemala City, April 15, 2015. If a lease on a grave has expired or not been paid, grave cleaners will break open the crypts to remove and rebury the bodies. Any remains that have not been claimed are packed into plastic bags, labeled and stored in mass graves. Bodies that have been stored in the upper crypt are exposed to dry and sunny conditions which means they do not decompose and instead become mummified. (Photo by Jorge Dan Lopez/Reuters)

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Clayoquot Wilderness Resort


Clayoquot Wilderness Resort offers remote Canadian wilderness vacations, but behind the five-star cuisine, the spa and the great white tents with their fluffy duvets and antiques, there is a deep and meaningful commitment to restoring the land.

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Lifestyle & Travel Photographer Brooke Duthie


Brooke Duthie is a commercial and travel photographer from California. Works with Amazon Advertising, BBDO, Cisco, Facebook, Google, New York Times, Rolling Stone HTC, Levis and many others.

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Deep blue Lazuli and Afghan flavors

Deep blue Lapis Lazuli and Afghan flavors Kutchi Deli Parwana by Studio Gram - HomeWorldDesign (1)
Kutchi Deli Parwana project, an Afghan restaurant is the achievement of the designers from Studio Gram from Adelaide, Australia. The owners have migrated from Afghanistan to Adelaide, developing later the Parwan restaurant to share the richness of Afghan flavors.

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Monaci delle Terre Nere / boutique hotel

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Monaci delle Terre Nere is a boutique hotel situated on the slopes of Mount Etna, the highest volcano from Europe, in Sicily, at an altitude of 500 meters. Villa Monaci dates from 1800 and it has belonged to the monks of Saint Anna’s order.

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27 Reasons Why You Must Visit Norway in 2015


Wondering why you should visit Norway? Norway is a once in a lifetime destination and probably one of the most stunning landscapes in the world, truly spectacular nature with mountains plunging into the sea from hundreds of metres, fjords, tall mountain peaks, northern lights and midnight sun. So we’re putting Norway on our travel-list for 2015..

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Tokyo Makes Godzilla Tourism Ambassador

A real-scale head of Godzilla is displayed at the balcony of the newly-built commercial complex as a new Tokyo landmark during its unveiling at Kabukicho shopping and amusement district in Tokyo April 9, 2015. The skyscraper complex includes a hotel, movie theatres and restaurants will be open this month in the central Tokyo. (Photo by Issei Kato/Reuters)

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Villa O


Villa O is a luxury rental villa with stunning views, located in the Colla Blanche area of St. Jean Cap Ferrat, southeastern of France.

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