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London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is an extremely contemporary city with a history dating back to ancient Rome. In its center stands the impressive Parliament Building, the iconic clock tower known as Big Ben and the abbey of Westminster, where the coronations of the British monarchs take place. On the other side of the Thames, the London Eye Ferris wheel offers spectacular views of the South Bank's cultural district and the entire city.
(📷: @bemorephotos 📍London, United Kingdom)
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London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, is an extremely contemporary city with a history dating back to ancient Rome. In its center stands the impressive Parliament Building, the iconic clock tower known as Big Ben and the abbey of Westminster, where the coronations of the British monarchs take place. On the other side of the Thames, the London Eye Ferris wheel offers spectacular views of the South Bank's cultural district and the entire city. (📷: @bemorephotos 📍London, United Kingdom) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Would you like to dive off a rope? 🐒🌳 (📷: @daniellemuntain 📍: Siargao Island )
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Would you like to dive off a rope? 🐒🌳 (📷: @daniellemuntain 📍: Siargao Island ) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
A fairy Castle ✨🏰
(📷: @_andre.diaz 📍Schloss Neuschwanstein, Germany)
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A fairy Castle ✨🏰 (📷: @_andre.diaz 📍Schloss Neuschwanstein, Germany) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
A surreal place that Vancouver can offer! This place can ONLY be reached by helicopter! ❄️🛶🚁
(🎥: @joelschat 📍:Beautiful British Columbia, Canada)
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A surreal place that Vancouver can offer! This place can ONLY be reached by helicopter! ❄️🛶🚁 (🎥: @joelschat 📍:Beautiful British Columbia, Canada) Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Wadi Rum, also called Valley of the Moon, is a valley carved over millennia by the flow of a river in the sandy soil and granite rock of southern Jordan, about 60 km east of Aqaba. It is the largest wadi of Jordan. The name Rum probably comes from the Aramaic root which means "high" or "high". To reproduce its local dialectal pronunciation, Wadi Ramm transcription is also used. The highest point of Wadi Rum is Mount Jebel Rum 1754 m high, while a little further south of Wadi Rum, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is Mount Jebel Umm al- Dāmī , about 1830 m., The highest mountain in Jordan according to the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). In 2011 it was included among the naturalistic heritage protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
(📷: @jordhammond 📍Wadi Rum, Jordan)
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Wadi Rum, also called Valley of the Moon, is a valley carved over millennia by the flow of a river in the sandy soil and granite rock of southern Jordan, about 60 km east of Aqaba. It is the largest wadi of Jordan. The name Rum probably comes from the Aramaic root which means "high" or "high". To reproduce its local dialectal pronunciation, Wadi Ramm transcription is also used. The highest point of Wadi Rum is Mount Jebel Rum 1754 m high, while a little further south of Wadi Rum, on the border with Saudi Arabia, is Mount Jebel Umm al- Dāmī , about 1830 m., The highest mountain in Jordan according to the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM). In 2011 it was included among the naturalistic heritage protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. (📷: @jordhammond 📍Wadi Rum, Jordan) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Do you recognize this song? 🎶
(🎥: @karlvibes 📍:Montreal, Quebec)
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Do you recognize this song? 🎶 (🎥: @karlvibes 📍:Montreal, Quebec) Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Agra is a city in Uttar Pradesh, a state in northern India. Here is the famous Taj Mahal, the mausoleum that the sovereign Moghul Shah Jahan had built in honor of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631 during the birth. The imposing central building, finely sculpted and decorated with precious stones, is dominated by a large dome. The entire building is reflected in the waters of a pool within a garden defined by four minarets.
(📷: @arjsun 📍Agra, Uttar Pradesh )
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Agra is a city in Uttar Pradesh, a state in northern India. Here is the famous Taj Mahal, the mausoleum that the sovereign Moghul Shah Jahan had built in honor of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, who died in 1631 during the birth. The imposing central building, finely sculpted and decorated with precious stones, is dominated by a large dome. The entire building is reflected in the waters of a pool within a garden defined by four minarets. (📷: @arjsun 📍Agra, Uttar Pradesh ) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
The region now included in Alberta was already inhabited by indigenous populations a long time before the arrival of Europeans. The natives were distributed in different tribes including Assiniboine, Piedi Neri and Cree.

In 1670 the Hudson Bay Company obtained permission for the commercial exploitation of the hides and hunting in the region of present-day Alberta, which at the time was part of the immense territory called Terra di Rupert.

However, much of the region remained totally unexplored, with the exception of small communities located in the Northwest, founded with the arrival of the French approximately from 1731, such as Lac La Biche and Bonnyville or Fort La Jonquière in 1752 where today Calgary stands.

We must wait 1754 to have a timid penetration into the territory, when the Hudson Bay Company sent Antony Henday with the aim of weaving the first commercial relations with the natives of the region. A rival company, the Compagnia del Nord-Ovest, built some forts and commercial stations in 1778, but left the area less than 50 years later, in 1821. Among the first explorers of these lands, Peter Pond was mentioned for the region of Athabasca who founded Fort Athabasca again in 1778.

Edmonton founded in 1795 was among the first settlements that became permanent. An important part in the exploration of the region must be ascribed to Catholic missionaries who tried to penetrate from 1840 onwards. Among the first Robert Rundle between 1840 and 1848. In 1843 a mission was founded in Lac Claire.
A further contribution to exploration and colonization was given by Roderick Mackenzie who founded Fort Chipewyan in 1888, and especially to his cousin Sir Alexander Mackenzie who discovered part of the North Saskatchewan River and reached Lake Athabasca. From here he discovered the sources of the river Peace, in an attempt to open a road to the Pacific Ocean.
(🎥: @matiasderada @storyofsage @cory.s.martin 📍: Alberta, Canada)
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The region now included in Alberta was already inhabited by indigenous populations a long time before the arrival of Europeans. The natives were distributed in different tribes including Assiniboine, Piedi Neri and Cree. In 1670 the Hudson Bay Company obtained permission for the commercial exploitation of the hides and hunting in the region of present-day Alberta, which at the time was part of the immense territory called Terra di Rupert. However, much of the region remained totally unexplored, with the exception of small communities located in the Northwest, founded with the arrival of the French approximately from 1731, such as Lac La Biche and Bonnyville or Fort La Jonquière in 1752 where today Calgary stands. We must wait 1754 to have a timid penetration into the territory, when the Hudson Bay Company sent Antony Henday with the aim of weaving the first commercial relations with the natives of the region. A rival company, the Compagnia del Nord-Ovest, built some forts and commercial stations in 1778, but left the area less than 50 years later, in 1821. Among the first explorers of these lands, Peter Pond was mentioned for the region of Athabasca who founded Fort Athabasca again in 1778. Edmonton founded in 1795 was among the first settlements that became permanent. An important part in the exploration of the region must be ascribed to Catholic missionaries who tried to penetrate from 1840 onwards. Among the first Robert Rundle between 1840 and 1848. In 1843 a mission was founded in Lac Claire. A further contribution to exploration and colonization was given by Roderick Mackenzie who founded Fort Chipewyan in 1888, and especially to his cousin Sir Alexander Mackenzie who discovered part of the North Saskatchewan River and reached Lake Athabasca. From here he discovered the sources of the river Peace, in an attempt to open a road to the Pacific Ocean. (🎥: @matiasderada @storyofsage @cory.s.martin 📍: Alberta, Canada) Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
The Cyclades, named for their circular arrangement around Delos, are a group of Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, located south of Attica and Evia.
(📷: @christinatouloumtzidou 📍Thira, Kikladhes, Greece)
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The Cyclades, named for their circular arrangement around Delos, are a group of Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, located south of Attica and Evia. (📷: @christinatouloumtzidou 📍Thira, Kikladhes, Greece) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
There’s no better place for a marriage proposal 💍🏞
(🎥: @dogadabiryolcu 📍:Norway)
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There’s no better place for a marriage proposal 💍🏞 (🎥: @dogadabiryolcu 📍:Norway) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Strasbourg under snow ❄️🌨
(📷: @takemyhearteverywhere 📍Strasbourg, France)
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Strasbourg under snow ❄️🌨 (📷: @takemyhearteverywhere 📍Strasbourg, France) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Rome, capital of Italy, is a large cosmopolitan city with an artistic, architectural and cultural history that has influenced the whole world and dates back to almost 3000 years ago. The ancient ruins such as the Forum and the Colosseum testify to the power of the ancient Roman Empire. In the Vatican City, home to the Catholic Church, are St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as the Sistine Chapel frescoed by Michelangelo.
(🎥: @oliverhl 📍:Rome, Italy)
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Rome, capital of Italy, is a large cosmopolitan city with an artistic, architectural and cultural history that has influenced the whole world and dates back to almost 3000 years ago. The ancient ruins such as the Forum and the Colosseum testify to the power of the ancient Roman Empire. In the Vatican City, home to the Catholic Church, are St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums, which house masterpieces such as the Sistine Chapel frescoed by Michelangelo. (🎥: @oliverhl 📍:Rome, Italy) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
A Sky full of Stars ✨🌟
(📷: @travel_inhershoes 📍Chiang Mai, Thailand)
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A Sky full of Stars ✨🌟 (📷: @travel_inhershoes 📍Chiang Mai, Thailand) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Havana is the capital of Cuba. Among the examples of Spanish colonial architecture in the center of Old Havana, which dates back to the 16th century, is the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, which serves as both a fortress and a maritime museum. The Campidoglio is an important monument dating back to the twenties. Old Havana is also home to the Baroque-style San Cristóbal Cathedral and the Old Square, whose buildings reflect the city's vibrant mix of architectural styles.
(🎥: @armanmitchell 📍:Havana, Cuba)
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Havana is the capital of Cuba. Among the examples of Spanish colonial architecture in the center of Old Havana, which dates back to the 16th century, is the Castillo de la Real Fuerza, which serves as both a fortress and a maritime museum. The Campidoglio is an important monument dating back to the twenties. Old Havana is also home to the Baroque-style San Cristóbal Cathedral and the Old Square, whose buildings reflect the city's vibrant mix of architectural styles. (🎥: @armanmitchell 📍:Havana, Cuba) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Ahh l’amour 💕
(📷: @explorerssaurus_ 📍Paris, France)
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Ahh l’amour 💕 (📷: @explorerssaurus_ 📍Paris, France) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Ortakoy is a district of the city of Istanbul famous for its magnificent neo-Gothic style mosque. It is the most multiethnic area of ​​the Turkish capital: Armenians, Greeks and Jews live alongside, of course, the Turks.
It is also a very popular district among tourists that can find a large number of bars, restaurants and night clubs; it is located in the European part of the Bosphorus Strait (the Ortakoy bridge connects Europe with Asia).
(🎥: @ilhan1077 📍:Ortaköy, Istanbul)
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Ortakoy is a district of the city of Istanbul famous for its magnificent neo-Gothic style mosque. It is the most multiethnic area of ​​the Turkish capital: Armenians, Greeks and Jews live alongside, of course, the Turks. It is also a very popular district among tourists that can find a large number of bars, restaurants and night clubs; it is located in the European part of the Bosphorus Strait (the Ortakoy bridge connects Europe with Asia). (🎥: @ilhan1077 📍:Ortaköy, Istanbul) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
Burano is a population of 2 373 inhabitants, located on four islands of the northern Venice lagoon. It is part of the municipality of Venice and in particular of the Venice-Murano-Burano municipality. It is connected by a bridge to the island of Mazzorbo, which has become a sort of appendix.
(📷: @squalo60 📍Burano, Italy)
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Burano is a population of 2 373 inhabitants, located on four islands of the northern Venice lagoon. It is part of the municipality of Venice and in particular of the Venice-Murano-Burano municipality. It is connected by a bridge to the island of Mazzorbo, which has become a sort of appendix. (📷: @squalo60 📍Burano, Italy) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus 
The lighthouse of the Jument, located on the island of Ouessant in Brittany (France), was erected between 1904 and 1911 in a stretch of sea with the presence of very strong currents (it is considered one of the most dangerous places on the coast) that was often the scene of tragedies of the sea, one of which in 1896 caused the shipwreck of the British boat Drummond Castle cost the lives of 250 people. The construction began as a result of a donation of about FF 400,000 by Charles Eugène Potron, who escaped from a shipwreck in that area.
Jument Lighthouse seen from the tip of Nividic
Like the headlights of Nividic and Kéreon it is not located on the mainland, but rather off the southwestern tip of the island of Ouessant, on a rock that in Breton was called Ar Gazek-Coz (La Vecchia Giumenta in French). (N.B. there are two other lighthouses on the island: Créac'h and Stiff, but they are on the mainland.
It was originally inhabited by three guardians and a cook (some of them refused to go there because the structure has a construction defect that makes it tremble), but on July 26, 1991 it was permanently abandoned as fully automated and placed under computer control of the Créac'h lighthouse.
(📷: @mathieurivrin_photographies 🎥: @javografo 📍: Ouessant, France)
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The lighthouse of the Jument, located on the island of Ouessant in Brittany (France), was erected between 1904 and 1911 in a stretch of sea with the presence of very strong currents (it is considered one of the most dangerous places on the coast) that was often the scene of tragedies of the sea, one of which in 1896 caused the shipwreck of the British boat Drummond Castle cost the lives of 250 people. The construction began as a result of a donation of about FF 400,000 by Charles Eugène Potron, who escaped from a shipwreck in that area. Jument Lighthouse seen from the tip of Nividic Like the headlights of Nividic and Kéreon it is not located on the mainland, but rather off the southwestern tip of the island of Ouessant, on a rock that in Breton was called Ar Gazek-Coz (La Vecchia Giumenta in French). (N.B. there are two other lighthouses on the island: Créac'h and Stiff, but they are on the mainland. It was originally inhabited by three guardians and a cook (some of them refused to go there because the structure has a construction defect that makes it tremble), but on July 26, 1991 it was permanently abandoned as fully automated and placed under computer control of the Créac'h lighthouse. (📷: @mathieurivrin_photographies 🎥: @javografo 📍: Ouessant, France) ◉ Tag your best travel photos and videos with #ontravelwithus