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|OMAN, PALM GROVE IN THE MIDDLE OF WADIS (55 photos)|
Only few people can localize Oman on a map. Fortunately, the Oman Sea and the Oman Golf are here to remind us that this place does exist, facing Iran and surrounded by Yemen and the Emirates. Historically, its long coast was the place where eastern companies used to get fresh supplies and refuel their boats between Asia and Africa. Today, Oman is opening its borders to tourists. However, business used to have an other nature. In this country, trading is an old tradition.
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|LOFOTEN ISLAND DISCOVERY (154 photos)|
Surely one of the most beautiful and enchanting destinations in Europe.
Lofoten begin to be, say, "trends" for foreign tourists. As a far alpine enclave, the old Viking archipelago is waking on an eternal twilight Boreal on the black waters of the formidable Norwegian Sea.
Here, time has just stopped.
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|UNESCO - LAVAUX, THE LAND OF VINEYARDS ON TERRACES AND OF THE THREE SUNS... ( Switzerland ) (93 photos)|
Lavaux is a picturesque region telling a long history and many traditions. On this hillside you will find a large variety of grounds and micro-climates that allow winemakers to draw on their know-how to produce a wide range of wines within all the 8 registered designations of origin. Lavaux, men’s land plentiful of tourism infrastructures, calls upon its visitors to discover its beauties throughout viticulture paths and other circuits.
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|EL SALAR DEL UYUNI, THE WHITE GOLD ... (77 photos)|
Salt mounds in Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia. The Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest (12 000 km²) and highest (3 700 m) salt flat, ca. 25 times as large as the Bonneville Salt Flats. It's the remnant of a prehistoric lake surrounded by mountains without drainage outlets. Salt is harvested in the traditional method: the salt is scraped into small mounds for water evaporation and easier transportation, dried over fire, and finally enriched with iodine.
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|OMAN, ARABIA JEWEL (76 photos)|
Reclining in all the perfumes of Arabia, Oman is finally opening up to tourim, and for the better, as it offers the most fascinating landscapes of the Peninsula. Sand from the dunes and the beaches blends to take you to a country where tradition and modernity happily stand together.
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