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Unexplored places in Turkey.

  1.Bursa Bursa, Turkey’s fourth-largest city, is located in Anatolia at the foot of Mount Uludag, which is shrouded in mystery and legends. Bursa was the first capital of the Ottoman Empire from 1326 to 1363. It is a large city in northwest Turkey, lying in the foothills of roughly 2,500m-high Mount Uludag near the Sea of Marmara. The city is known for its mosques and historical sites from the early Ottoman Empire. It's nicknamed "Yeşil Bursa" (Green Bursa), owing to its many parks and trees, as well as its dramatic mountain backdrop.  Bursa is famous for its silk market and gorgeous silk products. Add to this the Green Mosque, the origin of Turkey’s shadow theater, the original Iskender Kebab, and plenty of parks and green spaces which also gave Bursa the name Green Bursa, and you’ll see why this is one of my favorite places in Turkey to visit, and why you should go, too. 2.Amasya Amasya  is one of the provinces in Central Anatolia of Turkey which is distinct both with
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Unexplored places in Mexico.

1.Palenque Located in the foothills of the Chiapas altiplano of modern Mexico, Palenque was an important Maya City which flourished between c. 600 and 750 CE. The name Palenque derives from the Spanish, meaning 'fortified place', but the original Maya name, we now know, was Lakamha. Situated where the highland and coastal plains join, the site prospered as an inland trade center which allowed Palenque to control a large territory and form beneficial alliances with other powerful cities such as Tikal, Pomona, and Tortuguero. Palenque is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The list of Palenque kings begins with K'uk' Bahlam I, who reigned from 431 to 435 CE, but the most famous monarch is Kinich Janaab Pacal I (meaning great sunflower shield), also known as Pakal the Great, who reigned from 615 CE until his death in 683 CE, aged 80. Pakal created a dynasty which, over four generations, saw the city reach its greatest period of prosperity. Pakal's sons, K'an

Unexplored Places in Vietnam.

  1.Quy Nhon In Vietnam, there is one place that deserves to be visited by more people: Quy Nhon. Even though it is not considered as a tourist destination, this medium-sized town is bordered by stunning beaches and the countryside that surrounds it is also breathtaking. Quy Nhon is a developing port city with a population of more than 260,000 people with plans to build infrastructure that would encourage more tourists to visit. Naturally, fishing is the main industry in Quy Nhon, making it a great source of exceptional seafood. This destination is highly recommended for all seafood lovers. Quy Nhon has a couple of attractions worth seeing and one of them is the Binh Dinh Museum.  The Thap Doi Cham Towers is another Quy Nhon attraction. It is unique because of the number of towers as well as its location.  Long Khanh, which is Quy Nhon's main pagoda, is also worth the trip. Built in the 18th century, this attraction is notable because of its 17-metre high Buddha. Other remarkable a

Hidden gems attraction in Uganda.

  1.Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Bwindi Impenetrable National Park lies in southern Uganda on the edge of the Rift Valley, Its mist-covered hillsides are blanketed by one of Uganda's oldest and most biologically diverse rainforests, which dates back over 25,000 years and contains almost 400 species of plants. More famously, this "impentrable forest" also protects an estimated 400 mountain gorillas-roughly half of the world population, including several habituated groups, which can be tracked. The biologically diverse region also provides shelter to a further 120 mammals, including several primates species such as baboons and chimpanzees, as well as elephants and antelopes. there are around 340 species of birds hosted in this forest. 2.The Sipi falls Eastern Uganda's Sipi Falls is a pretty phenomenal place — not because it’s the highest falls, or the widest falls, or because it’s the Nile, or any other superlative either. Sipi Falls is just simply a fantastically majesti

Hidden gems in Poland.

1. Kolobrzeg On the south coast of the Baltic Sea lies Kolobrzeg, a rare combination of beachy atmosphere and medieval architecture. Founded during the Middle Ages, the city survived the Thirty Years’ War and an invasion by Napoleon, but was devastated by WWII. Today, it’s a seaside spa destination that is also popular with outdoor adventurists, particularly for biking the European Route of Brick Gothic. Visit the lighthouse overlooking the River Parseta, stroll the promenade along Kolobrzeg Pier, or visit one of the area’s many wellness centers. 2. Lublin Lublin   is one the premier cities in Eastern Poland and the Lubelskie Province. As the largest city east of the Vistula River and just 100 miles away from Poland’s capital, it is known as the “gate to the East” and is an important educational and scientific center. The city’s iconic Krakow Gate   has been standing since the 14th century and its gate clock has been there since the 16th century. It is here where a trumpeter plays each

Hidden gems in the USA that are worth visiting in 2021

SEDONA, ARIZONA Regarded by Native Americans as sacred, Sedona continues to be recognized as a place of healing and spiritual renewal," Visit Sedona said. "Many come to experience the vortex energy centers of Sedona." No matter what, you are bound to get some rest and relaxation there. What Makes Sedona So Special? The majestic red rock scenery and evergreen vegetation are two reasons for the unique energy of Sedona and its tangible regenerative and inspirational effects. Sedona is also internationally known for the uplifting power of its Vortex meditation sites. HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, HAWAII Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park protects some of the most unique geological, biological, and cultural landscapes in the world. Extending from sea level to 13,677 feet, the park encompasses the summits of two of the world's most active volcanoes - Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.The newest and ongoing eruption of the Kilauea volcano started in the Halemaʻumaʻu crater on Decemb

Secret places in Brazil.

1. Petropolis Located 68 km from the city of Rio de Janeiro, at the top of the Serra da Estrela, is one of the favorite refuges spots of cariocas (cariocas is the name given to those who are born in Rio): Petrópolis. D. Pedro II loved the mild climate of Petrópolis. So much that he ordered a palace to be built there as the summer residence of the imperial family. Hence the name given to the city, the words Petro (Peter) and Polis (City). Since then, the region gained notoriety and went on to develop infrastructure to receive heads of State, Ministers and nobles. Considered a must-see tourist attraction in the city, the Imperial Palace was transformed into the rich Museu Imperial.  2.Chapada dos Veadeiros It is 66 thousand hectares, it is home to beautiful waterfalls, natural pools and rock formations (some with more than a billion years). It is the brightest point seen from Earth’s orbit, according to Nasa, because of its quartz crystals. Birds are always present: parakeets, toucans, m