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TEOTIHUACÁN - Mexico Teotihuacan was the most influential city in Mesoamerica, in the Valley of Mexico (Valle de Mexico).

TEOTIHUACÁN - Mexico Teotihuacan was the most influential city in Mesoamerica, in the Valley of Mexico (Valle de Mexico).

Giant's Causeway (Ireland) “It looks like the beginning of the world, somehow: the sea looks older than in other places, the hills and rocks strange, and formed differently from other rocks and hills—as those vast dubious monsters were formed who possessed the earth before man…When the world was moulded and fashioned out of formless chaos, this must have been the bit over—a remnant of chaos! ” - William Makepeace Thackeray

Giant's Causeway (Ireland) “It looks like the beginning of the world, somehow: the sea looks older than in other places, the hills and rocks strange, and formed differently from other rocks and hills—as those vast dubious monsters were formed who possessed the earth before man…When the world was moulded and fashioned out of formless chaos, this must have been the bit over—a remnant of chaos! ” - William Makepeace Thackeray

The relics of Nabataean society extend beyond Petra’s core archaeological site – such as this tomb, in nearby Little Petra. Photo by Mark Read

Petra: secrets of Jordan’s lost city

The relics of Nabataean society extend beyond Petra’s core archaeological site – such as this tomb, in nearby Little Petra. Photo by Mark Read

THE DEAD SEA - Between Israel and Jordan Not only is the dead sea known for its extremely saline water, the salt lake also has the lowest elevation and the lowest body of water on the surface of the earth; it lies 1300 feet (400 metres) below sea level.

THE DEAD SEA - Between Israel and Jordan Not only is the dead sea known for its extremely saline water, the salt lake also has the lowest elevation and the lowest body of water on the surface of the earth; it lies 1300 feet (400 metres) below sea level.

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