Another day of great places and stories around the globe to read about! This time we have great stories from Colombia, The Philippines, Turkey, Portugal, Venezuela, The UK, Bangladesh, Italy, Malaysia, The Philippines and Taiwan - So a little bit of everything! - Enjoy ;)
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🥇 Scaling the Majestic and Breathtaking Peak of MT. KAPAYAS , Cebu, Philippines!⛰️ by @callmesmile
After months of dreaming, planning, and preparing, I am more than thrilled to share that my dream of conquering the majestic Mt. Kapayas has finally become a reality! The exhilaration, the challenges, and the breathtaking views all came together to create an unforgettable journey that left me feeling on top of the world. So in this blog, join me as I conquered the Mt. Kapayas of Catmon, Cebu, and together let us be left in awe!
🥈 A walk through the museum and coffee of Guatavita, cundinamarca Colombia. by @paoberroeta12
I hope you are very well, Blessings. Visit the museum and coffee in guatavita, a cozy and charming place to rest a little after the walks through this beautiful region. The museum and coffee of guativa is very nice with a Colombian and colonial structure, tile roofs, streets some of stones and all the houses are white and green, it's like living in the snow literally😍.
I have been several days in guatavita and it is a very nice experience that I am living, I have known many places that have left me enchanted by so much beauty as the lagoon of Guatavita or others for crazy as the crazy house😅 we have traveled trails, mountains and arrollos in this beautiful region of guatavita in cundinamarca Colombia. Museum and coffee guatavita is a particular jewel that is a little hidden but it is rewarding to be able to walk these streets, each house, store and squares, the cathedrals are a work of art.
🥉 Beyşehir Historical Eşrefoğlu Mosque🏚️🕌Beyşehir Tarihi Eşrefoğlu Camii by @bilginhilal
I'm here with another one of my 'One history, one me' articles. I continue with the historical buildings of the Beyşehir series. In my previous article, I told you about our first irrigation canal project, the Stone Bridge. Today I would like to tell you about the historical Eşrefoğlu Mosque. The brochure states that this place was built between 1296 and 1299. It was exciting to visit a building that is approximately 720 years old. Eşrefoğlu Mosque was built by Seyfettin Süleyman Bey, the founder of Eşrefoğlu Principality. The exterior of the mosque is made entirely of stone and the interior is entirely made of wood. It is truly astonishing that although the entire interior is made of wood, it has not rotted for 720 years. I think this is the product of a great architectural genius. The mosque is still used as a place of worship today. Since there was no prayer time during our visit, we freely explored the interior. 🕌
- Convent of Alpendurada e Matos, Portugal by @theycallmedre
- MY first visit to long island, puerto cabello, Venezuela by @marnaza
- Westminster Abbey, London, The UK by @lxsxl
- A Journey To an Ancient Place, Kantanagar Temple, Bangladesh by @jishan5
- Exploring Renaissance Art and Tranquil Lakeside Bliss, Cortona, Italy by @silviared945
- Sunny Movie Magic at SkyWorlds Theme Park!, Genting Highlands, Malaysia by @taco.cat
- I traveled and strolled around the Grand Canal Venice, Taguig, The Philippines by @lhes
- Hike for the sunrise view from Hehuanshan North Peak, Taiwan by @krios003
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