Tag: History

Brave Men Behind Empire State Building

Brave Men Behind Empire State Building

| December 25, 2009 | 6 Comments

The Empire State Building is an architectural marvel, and one of the most spectacular attractions in New York City. The building itself was constructed in 1930 during the Great Depression and is a living monument to that era. The Empire State Building is located at Fifth and 34th Avenues. For 40 years after it was […]

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Bhawan Palace: The Top Heritage Hotel in India

Bhawan Palace: The Top Heritage Hotel in India

| November 16, 2008 | 8 Comments

Umaid Bhawan Palace at Jodhpur (Rajasthan, India) is one of the largest and grandest private residences in the world. The palace was built by 3000 artisans worked over 14 years. The palace consumed one million square feet of the finest marble. However Umaid Bhawan is best experienced than described. Umaid Bhawan dominates Jodhpur Panorama and […]

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Israel the Illegal Country of Archeological and Historical Sites

Israel the Illegal Country of Archeological and Historical Sites

| November 14, 2008 | 5 Comments

Nobody like Israel. Nobody loves what they did to Palestine. But touring Israel for school or organization programs even just for family holiday is one of great idea. Israel is one the unique destinations in the world with its diverse attractions to travelers due to the desert, Dead Sea which has hyrpersalinated water and the […]

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Cajamarca the Death of a Continent

Cajamarca the Death of a Continent

| October 16, 2008 | 10 Comments

Cajamarca merits a one line entry in a chapter preface in the Rough Guide to South America, an astounding piece of understatement for the city where arguably the most pivotal event in the modern history of the continent occurred. Try reading chapter 3 of Jared Diamond’s “Guns, Germs, and Steel” for an excellent summary (even […]

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