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Here we present the most exciting destinations on earth. The world is bigger than you think! Humans` explorations of earth leads to the most amazing adventures. Neither words, photograps nor films do the world`s places justice - they must been seen, heard and touched.

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Oulu, Finland - Unexplored places and mysteries

For those seeking adventure, the region of Oulu feature several unexplored places and mysteries. Experiencing this is a profound adventure that combines natural beauty, historical intrigue, and personal reflection. 

Perast, Montenegro - Our Lady of the Rocks

Perast, Montenegro - Our Lady of the Rocks

The island’s growth is surrounded by mystery. It is said that the island was initially a small rock in the sea, and over the centuries it has been extended based of shipwrecks filled with stones. What is really the truth about building this island over such a long period?

The walls of Kotor, Montenegro

The walls of Kotor, Montenegro - Amazing Venetian works of defence

Wandering around Kotor Old Town and the mountain behind it, Kotor’s walls have guarded this well-preserved city since the Middle Ages. The construction of the walls began in the 9th century and continued through the Venetian period until the 19th century. They were built to protect the town from invasions and attacks.

Mausoleum on Mount Lovćen, Montenegro

Mausoleum on Mount Lovćen, Montenegro - a final resting place for Njegoš

The mausoleum is not only a final resting place for the prince-bishop, poet, and philosopher Njegoš, but also a symbol of Montenegrin identity and pride. It represents the power and spirit of the Montenegrin people. It also has a historical significance, architectural beauty, and stunning views.

Lipa cave Montenegro

Lipa cave, Montenegro - A journey to another world

Dived into one of the Earth's mysterious depths, the wild Lipa cave. Its combination of stunning formations, narrow passages and vast chambers, with crystal-clear underground pools and walls glistening with moisture, gave me a feeling of entering another world. 

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Dubrovnik, Croatia - Locations where Game of Thrones was filmed

Walked through some of the locations where an episode in this TV series was filmed. Dubrovnik served as a primary filming location for King's Landing. Here the dramatic surroundings were just perfect with stunning architecture, historic landmarks, and breathtaking coastline. 

Newgrange, Ireland - Enduring mystery

Newgrange, Ireland - Enduring mystery

Newgrange's alignment with the winter solstice suggests a deeper purpose than just a tomb, but other mysteries connected to the monument need to been considered to get the whole picture and solving the mystery behind the world`s probably oldest freestanding structure. 


Newgrange is a Neolithic passage tomb in the valley of the River Boyne, County Meath, Ireland. Built by Stone Age farmers about 3200 BCE.

Newgrange, Ireland - Here comes the sun

The ancient monument`s alignment with the winter solstice suggests a deeper purpose than just a tomb. Walked inside through a narrow passage - leaded into a chamber with 3 alcoves. There I got a demonstrated a truly remarkable phenomenon, the Winter Solstice illumination, and got an amazing spectacular experience. 

The Great Pyramid, or the Pyramid of Khufu, is the oldest and the tallest of the three pyramids towering over Giza. Constructed c. 2551–2528 BCE, it originally stood at 481.4 feet (147 meters), or about 45 stories.

Everybody wanted a pyramid

Dated back to 5000 years ago, pyramids started to become popular. Those were the period when almost “everybody” wanted a pyramid. Ancient pyramids can be found several places around the world, each belonging to different cultures and civilizations. Where are they found?

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Machu Picchu, Peru - an amazing engineering achievement of the Incas

Whatever the purpose of "The lost city of the Incas" Machu Picchu, Peru, was, it`s an amazing engineering achievement of the Incas. Especially when you think about how long time ago it was built, it makes the site even more impressing. 

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A deep dive into Ireland's lesser-known ancient secret sites

The feeling of being an adventurer and explorer visiting untouched ancient places is real exciting. Then you should go to Ireland. The country is definitely more than churches, medieval castles, pubs, sheeps and green landscapes. 

Darius the Great's tomb at Naqsh-e Rustam in Iran

Darius the Great's tomb at Naqsh-e Rustam in Iran

It`s carved into a cliff face and is situated higher than the other tombs in the area. In addition to Darius I, the tombs of the kings Xerxes I, Artaxerxes I, and Darius II are also found at this site. Here I explored the various rock reliefs and tombs, gaining insights into the art, architecture, and history of the Achaemenid Empire. 


Mount Teide National Park, Tenerife, Spain

Mount Teide National Park, Tenerife, Spain - High and low in the lunar landscape

High and low in Mount Teide National Park, Tenerife, Spain - a journey through a stunning volcanic landscape and Spain's highest peak, Mount Teide volcano, rising more than 3,700m above sea level.

The Roman theatre of Plovdiv ancient theatres old town

Plovdiv Old Town, Bulgaria - an open-air museum with ancient wonders

As far I see it, the Old Town of Plovdiv on Bulgaria is like an open-air museum, offering a glimpse of architectural wonders and what this city was like in the past. The beautiful Plovdiv is one of the oldest cities in the world with traces of ancient civilizations at almost every corner.

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Tallinn, Estonia - Through blood, sweat, tears, rain and sun!

The 850 years of Tallinn´s architectural history give an impressing overview in various styles and architectural shapes. Since 1997, the Old Town here has been on UNESCOs World Heritage list. It keeps Tallin`s dramatic history alive, and at the same time, it`s built for the eternity.

Meeting the Mudmen
in Papua New Guinea

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