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San Marco, Venice, Italy
2 years ago
Starting off, we have the city’s tourist capital: Piazza San Marco. The square brings together Venice’s most resplendent sights, such as the Basilica di San Marco, the Palazzo Ducale, and the Venetian Lagoon. Pigeons flutter among the crowds; cafés set up chairs outside for patrons—it truly is the epitome of picture-perfect. Come first thing in the morning to catch the sunrise and beat crowds to Piazza San Marco’s attractions. Even in fog or high waters, the square makes for a captivating subject for any photo; there’s an abundance of people, architecture, and opportunities for every sort of photographer.
a month ago
It only makes sense to anchor the sanctuary of the Greek gods to none other than New York’s most famous landmark. For those who are deemed worthy of a visit, Olympus can be found in an exclusive 600th floor, hidden to mortals. Olympian gods and goddesses meet here twice a year for winter and summer solstices. You’ll need magical proof for the guard to allow your entry. In the first book, Percy’s paraphernalia was Zeus’ stolen master bolt.
2 months ago
Enjoy strolling on the old street filling your eyes with cute souvenirs, food and ofcourse the lanterns. 😊
2 months ago
Mancala is one of the most widespread games played in the world. The simple game involves two players taking turns capturing pits by dropping their pieces, usually represented by seeds or beans. The first archaeological evidence of the game was found in Petra, Jordan.
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