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Konark - The Sun Temple
Konark Sun Temple is a 13th century Sun Temple (also known as the Black Pagoda), at Konark, in Orissa. It was constructed from oxidized and weathered ferruginous sandstone by King Narasimhadeva I (1238-1250 CE) of the Eastern Ganga Dynasty. The temple is an example of Orissan architecture of Ganga dynasty . The temple is one of the most renowned temples in India and is a World Heritage Site
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Seoraksan National Park. This park is one of the most beautiful and iconic on the entire Korean Peninsula. Designated by Unesco as a Biosphere Protection site, it boasts oddly shaped rock formations, dense forests, abundant wildlife, hot springs and ancient Shilla-era temples. Seorak-san (Snowy Crags Mountain) is the third-highest mountain in South Korea, with its highest peak, Daecheong-bong, standing at 1708m. Set against this landscape are two stately temples, Sinheung-sa and Baekdam-sa.
I would love to travel to Angkor Wat in Cambodia. It looks like a gorgeous place, and many of the travel bloggers I read have named it as a favorite destination. I would also like to learn more about the history, culture, religion, and mythology of the site. As a photographer, I also think it would be a great place to capture some great photographs. I'd like to start traveling long-term, and I think Southeast Asia is a good place to start. And Angkor Wat is definitely at the top of my list...
Ellora Caves: Cave temples of India In the Indian state of Maharashtra is the village of Ellora with 34 amazing caves, carved into the mountain Charanandri vertical surface. Ellora – the official World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The caves consist of 12 Buddhist, 17 Hindu and 5 Jain temples and monasteries built during the period from VI to X vek.Eti cave – a sign of religious harmony that prevailed in India during this period. Ellora Caves.
Fushimi Inari taisha toriis & nature, Kyoto, Japan / Japón
Kyoto, Japan Inari Taisha Shrine Statues of menacing kitsune (foxes), said to have the magic power to take possession of human spirits, alternate with torii gates. The sanctuary is composed of several buildings, including the Sakura-mon Gate (桜門) and Go-Honden Shrine (御本殿), followed by a 4km tunnel made of thousands of red torii gates making their way through the woods.