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Town Beilstein called the “Sleeping Beauty of the Moselle” - Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Town Beilstein called the “Sleeping Beauty of the Moselle” - Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Civil War Cemetery - Sarajevo, Bosniak-Croat "These people just go on killing. MURDERS! I pity them for being so very, very stupid, so servile for humiliating themselves, so much in front of certain people. Terrible!!!" 06/22/1992

Civil War Cemetery - Sarajevo, Bosniak-Croat "These people just go on killing. MURDERS! I pity them for being so very, very stupid, so servile for humiliating themselves, so much in front of certain people. Terrible!!!" 06/22/1992

Piva Canyon, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Piva Canyon, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Caves of the Ardennes (Belgium). 'You don’t need to be a daring speleologist  to explore some of northern Europe’s  most awesome cave systems, hollowed  out beneath the rolling countryside of the  Belgian Ardennes. The best known at Hansur-  Lesse even starts with a train ride, while  at Remouchamps you float part of the way on  an underground river.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/belgium/wallonia/liege

Caves of the Ardennes (Belgium). 'You don’t need to be a daring speleologist to explore some of northern Europe’s most awesome cave systems, hollowed out beneath the rolling countryside of the Belgian Ardennes. The best known at Hansur- Lesse even starts with a train ride, while at Remouchamps you float part of the way on an underground river.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/belgium/wallonia/liege

Built in 1818 to help guide ships (and sailors) safely to shore, the lighthouse—voted one of the most beautiful in the world—remains on its rocky outcrop between Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay. It has 79 steps, sits approximately 120 feet above sea level, and is considered an essential stop on the Wild Atlantic Way. For good reason: The rugged stretch of coastline is regularly visited by whales, porpoises, and dolphins, and its northerly location means little light pollution (and lots of stars)…

Built in 1818 to help guide ships (and sailors) safely to shore, the lighthouse—voted one of the most beautiful in the world—remains on its rocky outcrop between Lough Swilly and Mulroy Bay. It has 79 steps, sits approximately 120 feet above sea level, and is considered an essential stop on the Wild Atlantic Way. For good reason: The rugged stretch of coastline is regularly visited by whales, porpoises, and dolphins, and its northerly location means little light pollution (and lots of stars)…

10 Reasons Slovenia Is The Greatest Place You've Never Visited | The Huffington Post

10 Reasons Slovenia Is The Greatest Place You've Never Visited | The Huffington Post

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