Jalliyaanwala Bagh, ...

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Jalliyaanwala Bagh, Amritsar

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This public garden in Amritsar houses a memorial of National importance that marks the unfortunate massacre of peaceful Indian celebrators by British forces in 1919. You can also spot here the bullet marks on the walls of the premises.

Baradari Palace Hote...

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Baradari Palace Hotel, Patiala

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A sprawling garden-palace in the heart of culturally-rich Patiala, this 19th century architectural marvel is a heritage hotel restored by the Neemrana group which exhibits the royal history and architectural galore. The palace has been shown as Kanan’s house in the movie ‘Phillauri’.

Rajinder Kothi, Baradari Gardens, Patiala, Punjab 147002
0175 230 4433

Golden Temple, Amrit...

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Golden Temple, Amritsar

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The holiest Gurudwara in Sikhism, Golden Temple is known to Sikhs as Harmandir Sahib. Beuatifully crafted with gold, the holy shrine is surrounded by water which is said to have mystical healing properties. The entire complex gives a feeling of sublimity and peace, and touches one’s spiritual conscience.

Golden Temple Rd, Atta Mandi, Katra Ahluwalia, Amritsar, Punjab 143006
0183 255 3957

Hotel Esnaf, Alacati

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Hotel Esnaf, Alacati

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  • Esnaf is a charming boutique hotel located in the beaut port town of Alacati, Turkey. The hotel is adorned with appealing wall paintings and offers its guests great facilities along with an on-site lounge and restaurant.

Yeni Mecidiye, Kemalpaşa Cd., 35930 Alaçatı
+90 232 716 94 54

Historic Windmills, ...

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Historic Windmills, Alacati

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Ancient windmills like these date back to the 19th century and have been an indispensable part of energy sources for centuries. Most of the historic windmills in Alacati have been restored and put into services as cafes and restaurants.

Hotel Yekta, Alacati

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Hotel Yekta, Alacati

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This historic boutique hotel features the traditional Alacati architecture. The rooms in Yekta have been decorated with unique handmade ornaments that give it a special feel you wouldn’t want to rush away from.

Ephesus Stadium, Eph...

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Ephesus Stadium, Ephesus

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The archaeological ruins of Ephesus city have always been applauded for their architectural and aesthetical brilliance. The historic amphitheatre here is a sight of biblical significance, and in past was used for the citizen assembly, wild animal fights, gladiator games, etc.

Avare, Alacati

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Avare, Alacati

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Cafes and restaurants in Alacati are drop-dead gorgeous, and Avare is no exception. The hues of purple and turquoise over white walls will make you totally fall for the place, even before tasting the food and drinks they offer..

Yeni Mecidiye Mahallesi, 3049 Sokak, No 135/A, Çeşme, İzmir

Sisarka, Alacati

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Sisarka, Alacati

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If you ever visit Alacati, don’t skip savouring your taste buds with super-delicious Aegean food at Sisarka. The recent makeover of this restaurant has multiplied the beauty of its outdoor seating, which is clearly visible in the vibrant street views shown in the video.

Yeni Mecidiye, Kemal Paşa Cad. No:97, 35930 Alaçatı
+90 232 716 89 02

Library of Celsus, E...

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Library of Celsus, Ephesus

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One of the most popular and eye-catching structures in Ephesus, the Library of Celsus is a monumental tomb built in 117 AD. It was the third richest library in ancient times, with the capacity of accommodating about 12000 scrolls.

Hotel Alba , Alacati

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Hotel Alba , Alacati

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Situated at a 10 minute walking distance from the city center, Hotel Alba along with accommodation facilities comes with a mini bar and a restaurant. The hotel offers a number of services and amenities to its guests with a picturesque façade to take amazing snaps.

Yalı, 35930 Alaçatı, Turkey
+90 232 715 08 14

Guru Nanak Darbar Gu...

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Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara, Gravesend

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Situated in Gravesend, Guru Nanak Darbar is one of the largest Gurdwaras in the United Kingdom. Named after Guru Nanak Saheb, this splendid monument has been ornamented with exquisite wood carvings and stonework, adding to the beauty and grace to the serenity of this holy place.

01474 350611

Nahargarh Ranthambor...

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Nahargarh Ranthambore

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  • The perfect blend of luxury, royalty and natural beauty can be found in this upscale hotel situated in Sawai Madhopur. Nestled at the foothills of Aravali ranges, Nahargarh has been set in a 16th century-style fortress.

Humayun’s Tomb, De...

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Humayun’s Tomb, Delhi

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  • This classic tomb complex is the resting place of many Mughal dignitaries, including Humayun. The Persian-style Char Bagh Garden surrounding the main tomb adds up to the staggering beauty of the monument.

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