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Craco, Italy is a commune and medieval village located in the Region of Basilicata and the Province of Matera, about 25 miles inland from the Gulf of Taranto at the instep of the “boot” of Italy.
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Sacré-Coeur-  One of the most incredible landmarks in Paris is the striking white-domed basilica of the Sacre-Coeur. The Sacré-Coeur Basilica is built of Château-Landon (Seine-et-Marne) stone, a frost-resistant travertine that bleaches with age to a gleaming white. Situated at the city’s highest point on Montmartre hill, this stunning basilica draws many tourists every year to see its marble architecture and gorgeous interior. 
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ABOUT MYANMAR
The Land
 Myanmar, known as the Golden land in the olden days for its fertile land and rich natural resources is the largest country in South-east Asia Peninsula sharing borders with Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand. With a total land area of 676,577 sq km, it is about the size of Texas and the size of United Kingdom and France combined. This land stretches over 2090 km from north to south and over 925 km east to west. It has a 2832 km long coastline on the Indian Ocean. Over 50 percent of the total land area is covered with forests.

 Historical Background
Early civilization in Myanmar dates back to the 1st century with archaeological evidences of the Phu Kingdoms of Thayekhittaya (Sriksetra), Beikthano (Vishnu) and Hanlin. The first Myanmar Empire was founded in early 11th century by King Anawrahta. The Second Myanmar Empire with its capital in Bago (Pegu) was founded in mid 16th century by King Bayintnaung. The third and the last Myanmar Empire were founded by King Alaungpaya in 1752. In the 19th century, during the peak period of colonialism Myanmar was annexed in three stages by the British after three Anglo Myanmar Wars in 1825, 1852, 1885. During the Second World War, Myanmar was occupied by the Japanese for nearly three years until the Allied Forces reoccupation in 1945. Myanmar became a sovereign independent state on January 4, 1948.

MYANMAR PEOPLE
Myanmar is a union of 135 ethnic groups with their own languages and dialects. The major races are Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin,  Mon, Bamar, Rakhine, and Shan. The name Myanmar embraces all the ethnic groups.Population is estimated to be over 56 million.Composition of the Different Ethnic Groups under the 8 Major National Ethnic Races in Myanmar.Kachin comprises 12 different ethnic groups, Kayah comprises 9 different ethnic groups, Kayin comprises 11 different ethnic groups, Chin comprises 53 different ethnic groups, Bamar comprises 9 ethnic groups, Mon comprises 1 ethnic groups, Rakhine comprises 7 ethnic groups and Shan comprises 33 ethnic groups.
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A Beautiful Place To Visit If You Wish To Meet Yourself

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Tiger Temple which is also known as  Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua is a Buddhist temple in Thailand. It was founded in year 1994 as a forest temple and sanctuary for wild animals. The most of them are tigers, the majority of which are indochinese tigers.The Tiger Temple’s success is based on that here tigers were rescued from poachers and live and move freely and peacefully amongst the temple’s monks, who are actively engaged in conservation and rescue work.
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Pučiśća, Croatia
The buses and cruises that stop along Croatia’s sunny Dalmatian coast unleash tourists eager to experience the charms of Dubrovnik and the ancient island village of Hvar. Fewer visitors find their way to Pučiśća on the island of Brač. The reward is a seaside village with outsize appeal: white-stone villas with terracotta roofs, narrow cobblestoned alleys, and a stone-paved square. Bask in its relative solitude and the many prime spots for swimming in the turquoise Adriatic Sea.
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#Hallstatt, Austria
The storybook town of Hallstatt in central Austria enjoys a gorgeous setting on the bank of the Hallstätter See, between the pristine lake and a lush mountain that rises dramatically from the water’s edge. A history of salt mining dating back thousands of years has translated into enduring prosperity for the town, which is most evident in the beautiful square ringed with ivy-covered buildings.
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#Manarola is a small town, a frazione of the comune (municipality) of Riomaggiore, in the province of La Spezia, Liguria, northern Italy. It is the second smallest of the famous Cinque Terre towns frequented by tourists.
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