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Short Visual Travel Stories
Short Visual Travel Stories

Short Visual Travel Stories

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Camel Beauty Contest - Abu Dhabi

29 Sep 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Julius Yls

  The Al Dhafra camel beauty contests involve tens of thousands of camels from across the Arabian Peninsula and focus on the purebred camels from the Asayel and Majaheem lineages. A celebration of this most beloved of Bedouin animals are multi-milli...

ROMANIA

23 Sep 2021 1 minute read 5 comments Julius Yls

  Located in Transylvanian Plateau, Romania also means the "Citizen of the Roman empire" and with a language that is 1,700 years old. As described by Rosa Goldschmidt Waldeck, the country went through so many unfortunate events in its history and th...

PALM OIL PLANTATION

20 Sep 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Julius Yls

PALM OIL PLANTATIONMALAYSIA The first commercial palm oil cultivation in Malaysia was done in 1917. Today, the country owns about 4.2 million hectares of oil palm plantation, which is less than 13% of the total land area. Witnessing how this palm oi...

SASI DI MATERA - SOUTHERN ITALY

9 Sep 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Julius Yls

SASI DI MATERAITALY This mind-blowing village has been inhabited by cave dwellers since the Paleolithic time, and even there is an evidence that people were living here as early as 7000 BC!. According to the English Fodor's guide: "Matera is the onl...

COTE D'AZUR (FRENCH RIVIERA)

31 Aug 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Julius Yls

  CÔTE D'AZUR FRENCH RIVIERA This 75 miles of romantic coastline in southern French is also known as Côte d'Azur or "Coast of Blue." It began as a winter health resort for the British upper class at the end of the 18th century, today is the destinat...

ANNECY - FRANCE

25 Aug 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Julius Yls

    ANNECY FRANCE   Located between the alps and perching at the tip of beautiful Lake Annecy, the town has remarkable sight as it looks over snow-capped mountains. Raoul Blanchard nicknamed this place the "Pearl of French Alps".  I saw many vintage...

CIVITA DI BAGNOREGIO

19 Aug 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Julius Yls

  CIVITA DI BAGNOREGIO ITALY   Founded two and half millennia ago by the Etruscans, this beautifully strange village is located on the top of an eroded hill. Civita is also known as "the dying village" due to progressive erosion that can cause the v...

SAILING in MUSANDAM, OMAN

16 Aug 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Julius Yls

SAILING in MUSANDAM, OMAN Musandam is on the northern peninsula part of Oman. It is an interesting place where you can find the Arabian fjords meeting with the pristine clear blue water. Many people visiting this part of Oman to take an overnight dh...

ROME

10 Aug 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Julius Yls

  ROME (ITALY)   ROME history is bold and heavy! The city has been occupied for more than two millenniums, making it the oldest continuously occupied city in Europe!   Roaming the city of Rome gives me the impression of walking inside a tornado, whe...

BERLIN

5 Aug 2021 1 minute read 2 comments Julius Yls

  BERLIN (GERMANY) Berlin as the capital of Germany is far from formal. I felt that this city is vibrant and full of the youngster with a wide range of enthusiasm. The only thing that reminds me that this city is the capital is those historical gove...