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The caves served many uses. Each more amazing than the other. Stone quarries. Cisterns. Baths. Purification installations. Olive oil presses. Columbaria. Wells. Storage. Stables. Water tunnels. The site has it all - Bet Guvrin-Maresha Caves Israel.

Bet Guvrin and Maresha caves lie scattered over a large area of 1250 acres in Judean Lowlands. The locals call it the Land of the Caves and Hiding Places (Official Name: Bet Guvrin National Park). There are over 500 caves containing more than 3500 rooms.…
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For starters, besides housing 228 apartments, it also houses 4600 sq. mt. of retail space, 1600 sq. mt. of HORECA (hotels, restaurants, and cafes), and a 4-storeyed underground parking that can accommodate over 1200 cars. - Architectural Marvel Markthal…
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Join me on this photo tour and check out some of the iconic architectural structures of this archeological park that have survived the ravages of time from as early as the 8th century CE. - Champaner-Pavagarh Archeological Park Gujarat India
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Beginning at Mount Carmel’s base, the gardens extend almost one kilometre (0.6 miles) up the side of the mountain. These beautifully-landscaped gardens cover around 200,000 sq mt (or about 2 million sq ft) of land. - The Bahá'í Gardens Haifa Israel
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When it was being built, red bricks were a new construction material. The masons were so fascinated with bricks that they kept the brickwork exposed wherever they could. They essentially used bricks as a decorative material.
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My two brief interactions with the Visa Officer Mihai Secere left me wondering if he was a white supremacist. I also wondered if Romania Embassy has deliberately chosen the current Application Form Submission process just to discourage Indian Tourists…
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There are two recognisable natural tourist spots in Mauritius - Crystal Rock and Le Morne Brabant. While Crystal Rock is just a fossilised coral reef, Le Morne Brabant Mauritius is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for an unfortunate reason. Read on for…
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Radical architecture amidst straight-jacketed NYC financial district neighbourhood - Oculus Transportation Hub NYC - Travelure ©

There is a placard at the Oculus. It states the skylight of the Oculus will open every year on September 11 to allow the sun to fill the entire space.
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Want to know about this 1300-Year old symbol of a kingdom's domination? Head over to Shore Temple Mahabalipuram Tamilnadu

The symbolism of how a kingdom shows its domination hasn't changed over the millennia. Ancient Egypt demonstrated their domination by building pyramids; the Qin Dynasty in China did so by building the Great Wall; and the Pallava kings from South India, by…
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