Category Archives: Monuments

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Batu Caves

The engine of the Proton minibus is humming gently, Viyaj drives at a relaxed pace. We will leave Kuala Lumpur shortly. We travel directly to the Batu Caves, the sanctuary of the Hindus living in […]

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Chullpas de Silustani

Chullpas de Sillustani i.e. the Sillustani Towers are known as ancient burial places, but this theory seems to have some defects. They were built in the pre-Inca period. The enormous stones were manufactured and put […]

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Chauchilla – On the land of mummies

We left Nazca and continued our journey on the Pan-American Highway. 30 minutes later we left the highway and took a few kilometres on a dirt road to reach the prehispanic Chauchilla Cemetery, famous for […]

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Dilwara Jain temples

It’s not only the nice climate and hiking that made us come to Mount Abu, but also the five temples of Dilwara. These significant buildings of the Jain religion were built in the 11th-12th century. […]

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Gaitore in Jaipur

You have to understand that in India things may happen unexpectedly, not as you wanted. If you stick to the plan, you may become upset very easily. Calmness, determination and a pinch of acceptance are […]