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The Best Underground Cities in the World

underground cities

This article reveals the underground cities that exist in the world. I’m sure while growing up we were given a full dose of tales about people who lived in caves, holes dug out in the earth, mines or even subway tunnels. I heard interesting and strange stories about cave men, the Hottentots and Khoikhoi tribes of South Africa, not forgetting ...

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Top 5 Most Underrated Countries in the World

This top 5 most underrated countries in the world is dedicated to countries that are known by just a few, yet they have interesting places. There are countries in the world that have been relegated to the background due to circumstances beyond the control of such countries; countries that ordinarily should come into reckoning but for some factors that obscure ...

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Top 5 weirdest nations

Top 5 weirdest nations

This article briefly takes a look at the top 5 weirdest nations in the world and why they are actually being referred to as nations. What makes a country weird? Is it the geographical size of the country, the population, the location, the government or the citizens of such countries? I can’t tell you for sure how these countries made ...

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Africa’s Best World Heritage Sites

World Heritage sites

According to Wiki, World Heritage Sites are places (such as a buildings, cities, complex, deserts, forests, islands, lakes, monuments, or mountains) that is listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as being of special cultural or physical significance Our society is defined not only by what we create but also by what we refuse to destroy. ...

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The Best Wildlife Parks in Nigeria.

wildlife

Nigeria has some of the best tourist attraction sites in Africa but when it comes to wildlife, the east African countries take the lead. Regardless, the most populous nation in Africa has some great wildlife in their natural habitat it can boast of.   The animals in our wildlife parks are unique not just because they made it out of ...

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Worlds Most Welcoming Travel Countries

travel countries

You want to see the world? Are you adventurous? Explore the world’s most welcoming travel countries. Iceland In a report released earlier this month, the World Economic Forum ranked 140 countries in order of their hospitality towards international travellers. Using data compiled from an annual World Economic Forum survey, a numerical value was assigned to each country, with Iceland claiming the ...

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Eid-El-Kabir: Top 10 Arab Nations To Visit This Sallah

Eid-El-Kabir

According to Wiki, Eid-El-Kabir (Sallah) also called the Feast of Sacrifice is the second of two religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide annually. It honors the willingness of Abraham (Ibrahim) to sacrifice his son, as an act of submission to God’s command, before God then intervened, through his angel Jibra’il and informed him that his sacrifice has already been accepted. ...

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Top 10 Most Mysterious Locations on Earth

Top 10 most myterious locations o

There are many mysterious buildings in this world, buildings where only certain category of people can inhabit or visit, most of them historical buildings and monuments. Also, there are some locations in this world that are  under the control of external forces or forces of evil that oppose any contrary being that strays into their dwelling place; places with an ...

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Top 10 Places the living should not visit

WARNING!!! The content of this article is no where close to being pleasant. Readers are strongly advised not to read during or after bedtime. Do you know there are some places in the world that would give you cold feet if you wander there? Places where people and even animals go to meet their end. There is even a place ...

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TOP 5 NEIGHBOURHOODS IN IBADAN

top 5 neighbourhoods in Ibadan

You remember Soka? In March, 2014, a house of horror was discovered in a forest in Ibadan. Some people call it, the place of skull, the evil shrine…others think it’s the valley of dry bones and the killers’ hideouts. Call it any of the aforementioned, it would be a perfect name to describe Soka forest in Ibadan, an isolated bush ...

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