Wherever you are in Scotland, you can see the unicorn, the symbol of purity, wisdom and power. In a corner of Edinburgh capital, the Holyroodhouse palace appears with "witch hat" towers and fortresses. Outside, Kenny Hanley, a 74-year-old tour guide, still turned her gaze to an icon located on the south gate of the building.
The Buddha answered Ananda that there are four places to visit and to worship, which is where he was born, enlightened, first turned into dharma and entered nirvana. Today, these 4 places are Lumbini, Bodh Gaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar. These holy places have visited millions of faiths over many decades. It is also the most popular tourist attraction in India and Nepal.
If you put a 5 yen coin in your wallet, you won't have to worry about money and the British brides put 6 coins down on the shoes at the ceremony, the marriage will be well off. 10 strange styles to welcome the new year in the world Beauty in the early customs of the year in Hue Not only Vietnamese people have a New Year lucky money, many other Western countries in the world are also very popular with the New Year celebration. Each place has a different currency and most of them are coins with unique engravings as shown below.
One-dollar coin with an octagonal design is considered lucky money, bringing prosperity and prosperity of the Lion Island nation. The story of the lucky coins in the world It has been more than 30 years since Singapore completed the modern MRT system, but the anecdotes surrounding the difficult construction process still exist. Many believe that an octagonal Singapore dollar coin issued under Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew was a feng shui charm that helped eradicate bad luck in the construction of the subway.
Bangkok is famous as an attractive tourist destination, with modern facilities and busy streets. However, not everyone knows it is just the abbreviation of the Thai capital. Bangkok's full name consists of 169 letters and if you want to read, you will have to take a deep breath: Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit.
Locals believe that Yanar Bula stream in Azerbaijan has the ability to cure illnesses, so they often come here to get drinking water. Yanar Bulag (literally the fiery stream) is located in the village of Archivan near the city of Astara, southern Azerbaijan, where the phenomenon of strange phenomenon between fire and water occurs. At first glance, the stream looks nothing out of the ordinary, with cold water gushing out of a vertical metal pipe placed in a domed building. But with a touch of fire, the water will ignite in about 5 to 10 seconds.
Any aircraft departing or landing on the northern runway of Leipzig / Halle airport must cross a bridge that crosses a railway line and the A14 motorway. This highway connects the port city of Wismar with the town of Nossen in the state of Saxony, Germany.
Traditionally, every Spaniard has two surnames, his father's last name is given after his / her first and last names. When it comes to Spain, many people think of a tomato throwing festival, flamenco dance and bullfighting. However, the country also has many interesting things about culture, history and natural landscapes.
INDIA Built as a memorial to the late king in the 11th century, Rani Ki Vav is also a place to store water and avoid heat of the people. Rani Ki Vav is a lift well originating from the 11th century, in the town of Patan, Gujurat state, on the banks of the Saraswati River. This monument was built by Queen Udayamati as a memorial to her late husband, King Bhimdev I (1022-1063). Bhimdev I is the son of Mularaja, the founder of the Solaki dynasty in Patan city.
MADAGASCAR Many unique ecosystems form beneath rugged cliffs, some places where no footprints have ever been found. Tsingy Rock Forest or Tsingy de Bemaraha Nature Reserve is made up of many sharp limestone towers, including 70 meters high. About 200 million years ago, these were limestone blocks submerged in the sea. Geological fluctuations pushed them out of the water, accompanied by the erosion of tropical rains that make up today's sharp stone towers. The name of the forest means "where people cannot walk barefoot."