Chichen Itza -- World Heritage Site -- National Geographic
Get facts, photos, and travel tips for Chichen Itza, a World Heritage site in Mexico, from National Geographic.
World's Most-Visited Sacred Sites
Tokyo’s Harajuku neighborhood is famous for its loud street fashion (embraced by singer Gwen Stefani, among others), but it’s most popular attraction is hardly a household name. The tranquil Meiji Shrine attracts roughly 30 million annually, as does the Sensoji Temple, making them the world’s most-visited sacred sites.These Japanese sites no doubt benefit from their location in Tokyo, a major metropolitan area and significant tourist destination. Most of the local population adheres to…
The Mid-Atlantic Ridge in Iceland
The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is a submarine ridge located along the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, that wraps around the globe for more than 65,000 ...
Iceland's Phallological Museum: For Peen Lovers Only | Adventurous Kate
Wow. You’re still here. Thanks for sticking around. After arriving in Reykjavik, I had a few hours to kill before I could check into my room. And while I had a Reykjavik city pass and access to the city’s most famous landmarks, there was one museum that I wanted to hit up right away: The … Iceland’s Phallological Museum: For Peen Lovers Only Read More »
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China opens exhibition to mark the war victory over Japan
BEIJING (AP) — China opened an exhibition of guns and photos of massacres to commemorate the World War II victory over Japan, part of a propaganda push to stir up nationalism by o