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Panjshir Valley

Baazaarak pronounce (baa-zaa-rak) is the main city in Panjshir valley. It is popular for its shopping mall which runs both sides of the main road. The city is fairly busy at the day time and gets slower as the dark reaches the valley. Baazaarak has variety of stores, restaurants, cafes, and kebab shops. Panjshir Valley […]

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Travel insurance

Travel insurance is short-term insurance available specifically against travel-related emergencies and expenses. International travelers will almost always want to obtain travel insurance because it covers medical expenses, but even other travelers may find it useful depending on their plans. As coping with an emergency during a trip abroad can work out to be very expensive, […]

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Guilin

Guilin (桂林; Guì​lín) and the surrounding region are among the most scenic areas in China and the most popular tourist destinations both for Chinese travellers and the international backpacker set. The main attraction is the karst terrain, limestone mountains eroded into fantastic shapes. Apart from its sheer visual beauty, karst terrain also provides many cliffs […]

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Kanhangad

Kanhangad or Hosdurg is a city in the Kasaragod district of the Malabar region of Kerala, India. Nithyanand Cave Temple Shiva Temple at Bellur . . . Kanhangad . . . Buses are available from Kasaragod, Mangalore and Kannur. There is a railway station at Kanhangad. Map of Kanhangad Extreme traffic congestion can be expected […]

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Kukës

Kukës is a small town in northerneastern Albania, last one to the Kosovo border. . . . Kukës . . . Kukës is the only town in the world that has been nominated for a a Nobel Peace Prize. Kukës received this honor in 2000 for receiving refugees in their hundreds of thousands from the […]

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Sürmene

Sürmene is a town in the eastern portion of the Turkish Black Sea coast, near Trabzon. Not to be confused with the Sümela Monastery. . . . Sürmene . . . Memish Agha Mansion Routes through Sürmene Samsun←Trabzon←  W  E  →Rize→Ardahan This city travel guide to Sürmene is an outline and needs more content. It has […]

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Phrasebooks

This page lists the foreign language phrasebooks currently available on Wikivoyage. For more general information on language and travel, including tips for where few locals speak your language, see Talk. These phrasebooks are not language tutorials, comprehensive grammars, or dictionaries. Their goal is to define just enough of the language so that an English-speaking traveller […]

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Kathmandu/Boudhanath and East Kathmandu

Boudhanath (also known as Boudha, pronounced ‘Bo-da’) is 7 km east/northeast of Kathmandu. It is home to one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the world, built during the 5th century AD. Boudhanath Stupa . . . Kathmandu/Boudhanath and East Kathmandu . . . For centuries, Boudhanath has been an important place of pilgrimage and meditation […]

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Jan Mayen

Jan Mayen is an island between Greenland and Norway in the Arctic Ocean, administered by Norway. The island has 18 inhabitants, employed by the Norwegian Armed Forces or the Norwegian Institute of Meteorology. View of Jan Mayen showing Beerenberg Volcano . . . Jan Mayen . . . Jan Mayen This desolate, mountainous volcanic island […]

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Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary

The Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary is in Palakkad district of Central Kerala in India. . . . Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary . . . Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary The Chulanur Peafowl (Peacocks) Sancturary is located in the districts of Thrissur and Palakkad. The sanctuary headquarters is at Chulanur at about 8 km from Thiruvilwamala. Chulanur Peafowl Sanctuary is […]

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