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Bir yolda yürüyorsun;
Yolun yarısı birilerinin seni dağıtmasıyla,
diğer yarısı da kendini toparlamakla geçiyor...
. #onunbirsevdiğivar 🎶
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Salineras is among the most spectacular sights in the whole Cuzco area, with thousands of salt pans, each belonging to a local family, that have been used for salt extraction since Inca times. It’s one of the most beautiful and surreal spots in the Andes.
We witnessed this sema (whirling dervish ceremony) in the Turkish part of Cyprus. A constellation of dancers performs this trance-like ritual with spiritual energy. It was mindblowing when we saw this in the Selimiye Mosque in North Nicosia.
This scene is a ceremony in the church in the exquisitely preserved colonial center of Paraty. The town's pedestrianized streets are lined with elegant white buildings adorned with fanciful multihued borders and latticed windows that blend harmoniously with the natural beauty that envelops the town – it's a joy to explore, despite the ankle-twisting irregular cobblestones!
The dome of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem lets sunlight illuminate the site where many Christians believe that it’s built over the biblical Golgotha, where Jesus was nailed to the cross, died and rose from the dead. For the past 16 centuries, pilgrims have travelled far to worship here. Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the holiest place in the world for many Christians.
Built astride a huge gash in the mountains carved out by the Rio Guadalevin, Ronda is a brawny town with a dramatic history littered with outlaws, bandits, guerrilla warriors and rebels. During the Spanish cyvil war the chamber above the central arch of the Puente Nuevo was used as a torture prison where captured opponents were killed by throwing them from the windows to the rocks at the bottom of the El Tajo gorge.