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      Cover Image Credit: Maxpixel Arizona is a southwestern state of the United States of America and is the fourth largest and the 14th most populous state of the country. Arizona national parks are home to many natural wonders and are popular throughout the world. Read more

      The third-largest city in Israel, Haifa is a major regional centre of northern Israel. Haifa has great cultural significance from the point of view of the Baha'i Faith. In fact, it is the second holiest city in the Baha'i Faith. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pexels Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain and one of the leading economic, cultural, trade fair and tourist centres of the world. As of 2011, Barcelona is the world’s 20th most-visited city and Europe’s fifth most-visited city.The cruises in Barcelona usually travel to places both in and out of Spain. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikimedia The fourth largest and the 14th most populous state of the United States of America, Arizona is located in the southwestern part of the country. Arizona is a hiker’s paradise and a nature lover’s haven. There are many national parks in Arizona, the most popular of which is the Grand Canyon National Park. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia Being the largest seaport and the second largest city of South Korea, Busan is famous for its nature reserves, hot springs, beaches and the international film festival held every year. Busan provides a contrast to Seoul, the capital of South Korea, in the sense that it has a more laid-back atmosphere. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia Being the third largest city in Israel, Haifa is famous for places of cultural and historical importance, museums and galleries, its 17 kilometre-long shoreline, mountainous terrain, shopping venues, etc. People from all over the world flock in large numbers to Haifa every year to experience the charm of these tourist attractions in the city. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia South Korea is a country in East Asia where people from all over the world flock in large numbers every year. The country has great military power and shares world’s one of the most heavily militarized borders with North Korea. Read more

      A country in Southeast Asia, South Korea is famous for its green hills, ancient Buddhist temples, sub-tropical islands, fishing villages, and high-tech cities. South Korea is a military giant and shares world’s one of the most heavily militarized borders with North Korea.

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      Cover Image Credit: Wikimedia More often than not, Odisha’s tourism scene is majorly associated with religion, culture, and cuisine. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Wikipedia While exploring Karnataka in summers, one can get overwhelmed by the high temperatures that form the weather conditions in these months. Read more

      Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, is a relatively new city and an emerging tourist destination. The best thing about Bishkek is that it has something to offer to every person. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pexels Udupi has always been a major tourist attraction of Karnataka. It has been stealing people’s attention through its rich culture and cuisine. Read more