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Photo of the Week – Prairie Symbolism

Photo of the Week – Prairie Symbolism

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  The Canadian Prairies of Alberta give you some of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring lands in the world. This is often combined with the rustic antiquity of aged homesteads and family farms from years passed. Life as it once was and, despite humanity being in the midst The Digital Revolution, the way it still […]

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Photo of the Week – Holy Men of Kathmandu

Photo of the Week – Holy Men of Kathmandu

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  For many travelers,  Kathmandu’s immediate impact is exhilarating. The sights, smells and sounds of the bustling city overload your senses the minute you set foot out onto the street.  Whether you make your way through the crazy polluted traffic in a taxi or hit the narrow labyrinth-like streets of old town in a rickshaw, […]

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Photo Of The Week – Ugandan Field Of Dreams

Photo Of The Week – Ugandan Field Of Dreams

Uganda‘s favorable soil conditions and climate have contributed to the country’s agricultural success. Most areas of Uganda have usually received plenty of rain and temperatures vary only a few degrees above or below 20°C but are moderated by differences in altitude. Such overall favorable conditions has enabled Uganda to develop some of the world’s best […]

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Photo Of The Week – Negombo Sunset

Photo Of The Week – Negombo Sunset

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Negombo is a town of about 121,933, approximately 37 km north of Colombo, in Sri Lanka. It is located at the mouth of the Negombo lagoon, has a small port, and its economy is mainly based on tourism and a centuries-old fishing industry. Sailing is one of the more popular recrational activities and the city’s beautiful […]

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Photo Of The Week – The Days of Egypt

Photo Of The Week – The Days of Egypt

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With the world’s eyes on Cairo these past three weeks, RELATIVITY Online wanted to send a heartfelt Mabrouk and Congratulations to the Egyptian people for their courage and dedication to doing what is right. The region will never be the same, and Middle Eastern authoritarian regimes will forever think twice about how it is they […]

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Photo of the Week – The Colors of Istanbul

Photo of the Week – The Colors of Istanbul

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Turkey’s largest city of Istanbul, historically known as Byzantine or Constantinople, is one of the most storied places on Earth. At 12.8 million people, it’s also currently the 5th largest proper city in the world. Extended across either side of the Bosphorus River, Istanbul is the only city in the world situated on two continents […]

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Photo Of The Week – Ethiopia Down

Photo Of The Week – Ethiopia Down

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Ethiopia seems to most often bring to mind poverty and famine, but there is much more to one of only two countries in Africa never to be colonized. Ethiopia, an is a very old country beyond all imaginations, that carried with it deep cultural traditions, some as many as 300 years old. There are over […]

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Photo of The Week – Prairie Beauty

Photo of The Week – Prairie Beauty

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The Canadian Prairies are as beautiful as any place on the planet and Alberta may epitomize their essence. Alberta is where the Great Central Plains meet the magnificent Canadian Rockies and contains awe-inspiring mountains, wondrous rolling hills and mystifying flat lands. The altitude provides Alberta with month after month of star-filled skies to wish upon […]

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Photo of the Week – North Korea and The Great Leader

Photo of the Week – North Korea and The Great Leader

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Tourists can only visit North Korea with an organized tour under constant and strict supervision. You are given no chance to mingle with locals and can only visit spots designated by the government, all the while being under armed guard. All phone calls are monitored and you cannot leave your hotel unless accompanied by security. […]

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Photo of the Week – Yesterday’s Thailand

Photo of the Week – Yesterday’s Thailand

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Formerly known as the Siamese Kingdom (1351 to 1767), Ayutthaya is the historical capital of Thailand. By the end of the 1600s,  with a population of a over a million people, Ayutthaya was one of the largest cities in the world, but the entire city was destroyed by the invading Burmese Army in 1767.  Also […]

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