Meroë Pyramids, مرواه, Sudan

200km North-East of Khartoum, on the east bank of the Nile, the ancient capital of the Kingdom of Kush awaits the visitors with its necropolis and more than 200 stone pyramids, divided in three groups. It takes your breath away.

This archeological site is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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Brisbane, Australia

Last week, Brisbane has been seat of the G20’s Summit. While I was watching on TV the news about such an important event, I could catch a glimpse of the city, a city that, I confess , has surprised me, for its modern and, at the same time, green look. I’ve seen a lot of parks, a lot of wonderful skyscrapers, a generalized well-being, a neat and quiet environment.

I got curious, and so I looked for some of Brisbane’s main attractions and wonderful spots, hoping to fly there as soon as possible! (YEAH, Dreamflight)

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Brisbane’s Skyline

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South Bank Parklands

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

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Mount Coot-tha Lookout 

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Queensland Art Gallery

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Botanic Gardens