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Ensenada de Yapascua es uno de esos pequeños paraísos que se pueden conseguir en Venezuela. En realidad es una entrada del mar que forma un semi círculo que simula una especia de laguna cristalina de profundidad media, ideal para practicar snorkel.  #venezuela #carabobo #puertocabello #playa #ensenada #snorkel #ensenadadeyapascua

Ensenada de Yapascua es uno de esos pequeños paraísos que se pueden conseguir en Venezuela. En realidad es una entrada del mar que forma un semi círculo que simula una especia de laguna cristalina de profundidad media, ideal para practicar snorkel. #venezuela #carabobo #puertocabello #playa #ensenada #snorkel #ensenadadeyapascua

Diocletian Palace. Split. Croatia. Do you know one common fact for the White House, that was built in 1800, and the Palace of Emperor Diocletian in the Croatian Split, grounded in the distant 305? www.victortravelblog.com/2012/10/29/common-facts-about-white-house-diocletian-palace/

Diocletian Palace. Split. Croatia. Do you know one common fact for the White House, that was built in 1800, and the Palace of Emperor Diocletian in the Croatian Split, grounded in the distant 305? www.victortravelblog.com/2012/10/29/common-facts-about-white-house-diocletian-palace/

Our lovely Korcula Town....https://www.facebook.com/SebaDizajn #jewellery #korcula #Croatia #silver

Our lovely Korcula Town....https://www.facebook.com/SebaDizajn #jewellery #korcula #Croatia #silver

Tower at Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland    The entrances are so high so the Vikings couldn't get in

Tower at Glendalough, County Wicklow, Ireland The entrances are so high so the Vikings couldn't get in

GREECE | Knossos, Crete | Plato’s lost continent of Atlantis may have referred to this Bronze Age Minoan city; it was destroyed possibly by the massive explosion of the volcano on the island of Santorini around 1500 B.C. What’s left are restored ruins, including the so-called Palace of Minos, with finely detailed frescoes depicting dolphins, fish, and griffins as well as people walking past flowers.

GREECE | Knossos, Crete | Plato’s lost continent of Atlantis may have referred to this Bronze Age Minoan city; it was destroyed possibly by the massive explosion of the volcano on the island of Santorini around 1500 B.C. What’s left are restored ruins, including the so-called Palace of Minos, with finely detailed frescoes depicting dolphins, fish, and griffins as well as people walking past flowers.