Wishlisted by Carmela Ledesma
Has always been on my must-visit list. It definitely looks like something out of a fairytale 💛
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Mont Saint-Michel, France
a year ago
Mont Saint-Michel’s accessibility depends on tidal waters. This island commune in Normandy, France plays hard-to-get, but it will astonish you once you’re able to get there. Its elusive charm and undeniable pulchritude inspired the Kingdom of Corona in Tangled. Although not a castle per se, the monastery that sits atop the commune exudes magnanimous majesty. Striking and ethereal, Mont Saint-Michel is a thing of wonder worthy of more than just one visit.
a year ago
Mont Saint-Michel was one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in Spain. Mont-Saint Michel was an important pilgrimage of faith during the Middle Ages. The journey to reach the Benedictine abbey was difficult that it became a test of penitence, sacrifice, and commitment to God. This famous location inspired Corona, the Island Kingdom in Tangled.
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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