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    Mada'in Saleh (Arabic: مدائن صالح, madāʼin Ṣāliḥ), also called Al-Hijr or Hegra is a pre-Islamic archaeological site located in the Al-Ula sector, within the Al Madinah Region of Saudi Arabia. A majority of the vestiges date from the Nabatean kingdom.
    The delicate details on the entrance portals and the smooth surfaces of its 111 tomb façades reflect t...

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    GIZA ( EGYPT)

    Giza is a plateau which served as the necropolis for the royalty of the Old Kingdom of Egypt. Located about 15 miles southwest of modern Cairo, it is most famous for the pyramids of Khufu, Khafre and Menkaure, and the Great Sphinx, recent excavations on the plateau have revealed numerous private tomb complexes and workers' quarters. The Giza Pyramids, built to endure an eternity, have done...

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    OLLANTAYTAMBO (PERU)

    Ollantaytambo, in Peru, is the only Inca town that is still inhabited. Its stone streets preserve the Inca architecture combined with temples and colonial squares.
    It was the Inca Pachacutec (1438-1471) who ordered the construction of the city. 
    The word Ollantaytambo derives from the Quechua word ‘Ulla-nta-wi’ which means “place to see down”. Accordin...