Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage

Pinnawala, the home of Sri Lankan elephants

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  Pinnawala is the elephant orphanage in the central part of Sri Lanka. It is located on the main road between the cities of Colombo and Kandy. Pinnawala became one of the…
Life is good

Why traveling is good for our body and soul

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  Traveling is an integral part of our lives. Every day we travel from our homes to work, or we plan where to go for a weekend or on a vacation. We are dreaming about the…
Tunnel of Eupalinos, Samoswww.nataniatravel.com

The Eupalinos Tunnel, ancient engineering wonder

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  The Tunnel of Eupalinos is located on Greek Samos island, in the eastern Aegean Sea. It is an ancient engineering wonder, considering that it was built in the 6th century…
Monastery Žičawww,nataniatravel.com

Žiča, the Serbian monastery colored in red

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  Žiča is the Serbian monastery from the beginning of the 13th century. It is one of the most important monasteries and monuments of the Serbian culture and Orthodox church.   But…
Pythagorion, Samoswww.nataniatravel.com

Samos, the island of Pythagoras and Hera goddess

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  Samos Island belongs to the Dodecanese archipelago in the eastern Aegean Sea. The Mycale Strait separates it from the Asian Minor (Anatolian peninsula), which belongs to Turkey…
Jerusalemwww.nataniatravel.com

Israel, the place where the past and present live together

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  The past and present are mixed and merged into a miraculous world in which there are many rules. But one of them stands out: Israel is a Holy land. More precisely, in Israel,…
Colmar Little Venice ntwww.nataniatravel.com

Colmar, the fairy tale town in Alsace valley

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    Colmar is a true small town from a fairy tale.   When you step into its old part, the only thing you want is to get lost among the winding alleyways…
Sahara desertwww.nataniatravel.com

Sahara desert, two days between the sand and sky

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  Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world, located on the African continent. And the name “Sahara” is derived from a dialectal Arabic word “ṣaḥra”, which means…