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Market Day in Chichicastenango

...largest in Central America. The town’s census population is about 45,000, but the day before each market day many people stream in from the surrounding area to set up shop. Many of the vendors, often whole families, flock into town the evening before with their wares and bed down in...
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La Recoleta Cemetery

...could easily qualify as mini-temples. Gleaming glass and marble enclosures. Ornate wrought-iron gates open to small stairwells leading underground. Marble statues of angels and saints guard the entrances. Recoleta sits on top of a hill in Buenos Aires next to Our Lady of Pilar Basilica on ground that...
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Nuruosmaniye Mosque

...When it opened it was given the name Nur-u Osmanh, meaning ‘divine light of the Ottoman.’ The brothers were both interred nearby in Valide Sultan’s Tomb, next to the New Mosque and Spice Bazaar. Photos of Nuruosmaniye Mosque The courtard of Nuruosmaniye Mosque. Photo © David...
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The Musical Instruments Museum of Brussels

...all sorts of keyboards that were once played in the great halls of Europe and, with their impossibly ornate inlay, served as decoration in between recitals. There’s even a mockup of a piano building workshop. But the real strength of the collection lies in the instruments you never knew existed....
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Australian Parliament House, Canberra

...going to compete with the sparkly gems of Sydney, Melbourne, the Blue Mountains, the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, or the Top End when it comes to tourism, I was pleasantly surprised on a recent trip back. It doesn’t take long after arriving to see why Canberra has a poor reputation...
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Narita-San Temple

...both impressive and useful: remover of anxieties, banisher of evil, and savior from oppression. An image of Fudomyoo occupies pride of place in the center of the Great Pagoda of Peace, a 58m pagoda towering on top of the mountain. The ornately and brightly painted Three Storied Pagoda, off to...
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The View from Ancon Hill

...you can spot it from just about anywhere in the city, but because of what you can spot from on top of the hill. These days, that means tourist lookouts with great views. But historically it meant that it was an ideal spot to put the administration of the Panama...
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The Waterfront of Punta Arenas

...Magellan and those bankrolling his expedition, it promised a faster route between Europe and the Spice Islands. And that competitive advantage meant more spices could be imported to sell to Europe’s booming appetite for spices. Magellan stands atop the column in the central town square, and...
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9/11 Commission Final Report

...Washington, D.C. Thomas H. Kean, Chair of the Commission, and Lee H. Hamilton, Vice Chair, presented the report at a live, televised event at 11:30 a.m. on July 22. Opening remarks by the Chairs were followed by a press conference with all ten Commissioners. More information is available here....
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Towamba River Valley, a Beautiful Spot in the Australian Outback

...it was established as a stop on the track between the shipping interests and farmlands on the Monaro plateau of local entrepreneur and land magnate Ben Boyd who managed to leave his fingerprints, progeny, and the occasional self-commissioned shrine throughout the region. Photos of Towamba Time-Lapse...
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The Teak Monastery of Bagaya Kyaung in Burma's Old Royal Capital at Amarapura

...been subsumed as part of Mandalay City. But it’s still quite rural, with what were once opulent stone pagodas and palaces destroyed by earthquakes and now overgrown. The palace grounds are now mostly gone, but besides being surrounded by rice paddies now, Bagaya Monastery is still in full working...
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A Caribbean Island 100 Miles from the Sea

...very limited in food and drink options there. You also won’t find long lines at security. Only a few airlines go there–TACA being one of the main ones. There’s a shopping mall with a new Pizza Hut across the highway (with a pedestrian overbridge) if you’re looking to kill time...
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Panama City's Casco Viejo

...something of a ghost town feel. A fancy new nightclub or hotel will probably share a wall with an abandoned shell of a building. On weekends, the areas new rooftop bars are the places to be, and traffic pours in and clogs the roads. Some hotels, like the American Trade...
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Galata Bridge

...The Galata Bridge has multiple personalities. It spans the Golden Horn from Eminonu to Karakoy and provides both a real and symbolic link between two key parts of the city. On the top level, a constant stream of road and tram traffic makes the bridge bounce as the cars,...
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Yuri Gagarin Monument in Moscow

...open market or in the nearby shops. When I returned home from the Central Telegraph Office after filing a story on the epic space event, I walked up eight flights of stairs to our apartment because yet once again the elevator was not working.[^fn2] [license topic=”Yuri Gagarin Statue”]...
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The Mural of the Biblioteca Miguel Lerdo de Tejada

...© David Coleman / HaveCameraWillTravel.com Photo © David Coleman / HaveCameraWillTravel.com What to Know Before You Go It’s a working library operated by the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit of Mexico. Government security guards are stationed just inside the entrance. To get into...
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Kronborg Castle's Chapel

...castle gates, you’ll also walk by the Maritime Museum of Denmark, which is immediately adjacent to the castle in a repurposed drydock. Food & Drink. There are some cafes inside the castle defenses, outside the moat. There are many more options a short stroll away in the town. Map...
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Dhammayazika Pagoda

...The gold stupa of the Dhammayazika Pagoda certainly stands out, especially at sunrise and sunset. But it wasn’t always this opulent. Until the 1990s when it was restored, it was basically deserted. The renovations included a gleaming gold finish for the massive stupa. They also destroyed some...
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Kayaking in Antarctica

...direction and the ice carved just so, you might just be able to hear the icebergs sing. Kayaking isn’t an option on every Antarctic cruise expedition, and it’s not going to be for everyone, but it is an wonderful and peaceful way to experience the stunning landscape and wildlife of...
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