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Kourion, Limassol
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Kourion, Limassol

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Kourion (or Latin: Curium) was an ancient city on the southwestern coast of Cyprus, located atop a limestone headland at approximately one hundred meters above sea level along the coast of Episkopi Bay in Limassol district. Being an important city kingdom, Kourion comprises many ancient monuments most of which date back from the Roman period. The Greek Roman Curium Theatre is perhaps the most impressive site of all, with remarkable acoustics and breathtaking views. The Theatre has been fully restored and is now used for musical and theatrical performances.

Memi Mine, Troodos
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Memi Mine, Troodos

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Northwest of Xyliatos village, up on Troodos Mountains in the Nicosia district and less than 1000 m / 0.62 mi from the village center, lies a huge circular crater; a remnant of the mine that was once there from 1954 to 1990. The crater is located right where the ore export point used to be. Following an initiative of the local Community Council, the mine has been filled with rainwater. The result is phenomenal. A peculiar lake dominates now the surrounding mountains.

Messinia, Peloponnese
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Messinia, Peloponnese

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Messinia is a stunning and remote corner in Southwestern Peloponnese region in Greece. It’s a place with well-preserved historical monuments, peaceful and hospitable residents and of course, the trademark of whole Greece, beautiful, clean, unspoiled beaches. Few places on earth are blessed with the beauty and riches of Messinia and nowhere else in Greece is the Mediterranean landscape so well presented.

Scuba Diving Liveaboards, Maldives
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Scuba Diving Liveaboards, Maldives

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The island nation of Maldives is found in the Indian Ocean, southwest of India and Sri Lanka in the Laccadive Sea or Lakshadweep Sea. Comprised of more than a thousand islands grouped in 26 atolls, it enjoys a tropical climate with hot and humid days and temperatures around 24-33°C/75-91°F year-round. The southwest Monsoon brings significant rain to the area from April to October, particularly June to August. Don't let the rain deter you from visiting though, as what you can suspect from the coconut palm and the yellow-fin tuna, symbols of this island nation, the Maldives is a paradise on earth synonym to memorable experiences!

Agia Varvara beach, Limassol
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Agia Varvara beach, Limassol

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Limassol is the ultimate town to visit all-year round. The beautiful weather of Cyprus in combination with the never ending vivid spirit of Limassol, make it the best place to visit 365 days a year. Limassol is the second biggest town of the island, next to the capital Nicosia. Located in the South, it combines sandy beaches and beautiful mountains both within close proximity.

Louisville Mega Cavern, Louisville
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Louisville Mega Cavern, Louisville

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Louisville is the 28th most populous city in the United States and the largest city in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It is also since 2003 the nominal and historical seat of Jefferson County. The city of Louisville is gifted with many recreational parks and other places ideal for total entertainment of both locals and foreign visitors.

Mammoth Cave National Park
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Mammoth Cave National Park

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Mammoth Cave National Park is a U.S National Park, located in central Kentucky. The park covers an area of 52830 ac / 213.80 km², located in Edmonson County, Kentucky with small areas in Hart County and Barren County. Mammoth Cave National Park encompasses portions of Mammoth Cave that is the longest cave system known in the world.

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