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'Lowa, a Nenet boy with his lasso.' By @leekearnsphoto

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'🚃 Lisboa! 🇵🇹' by @iamdocgelo Tag your pics with #WorldNomads for your chance to be featured next.

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'The barely visible Tian Tan Buddha seen from Ngong Ping Village due to heavy fog. The statue is 34 metres tall, weighs over 250 metric tons, and was constructed from 202 bronze pieces.' By @craigansibin

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'An ancient rock fortress, at almost 200m high this rock dominates the skyline.' By @caminnissphoto

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'Day Four: Early start today, 3:45am to catch a train from #Agra to #Jaipur. Exploring the Pink City, and all the small streets and markets.' By @spikeypumpkin

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'Have you ever experienced being in a place where you only see it in guide books but now you can actually see it just right in front of you? Like a dream, but it is now a reality... Yes! That is what I felt when I arrived in Turkey. 🇹🇷 We arrived in Turkey at 6 in the morning, as soon as we reached our accommodation, we dropped off our bag, without changing our clothes (after almost 24 hours of flights with a stopover in Hong Kong), we rushed to the plaza and just took in the beauty of this wonderful country. We had planned this trip long way back when 2018 has just started and here we are staring 2019 in Turkey. After long research, planning and saving money, the photos we admire through the guide books and websites, are finally just in front of our eyes. Istanbul is a major city in Turkey that straddles Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait. Its Old City reflects cultural influences of the many empires that once ruled here.' By @mycameraandbackpack

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'The magic of the Andes. 🌄 This was taken on day 3 of the Inca Trail and I never get tired of looking at it.' By @wandering.rox

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'Did you know that #Sukhothai in Northern Thailand literally means 'the dawn of happiness'? What a wonderful fact! It is considered the birthplace of Thai art and language, and the ancient kingdom enjoyed a long reign of peace and prosperity during the 13th century. The Sukhothai Historical Park is far less busy than the more popular #Ayutthaya, so it is perfect for admiring some beautiful Thai ruins without the huge crowds! Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are so widely visited, but there is so much else to see in the North! I spent 4 months there and this place was one of my favourites. ❤' By @emilysatlas

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'The Australian outback is the gateway to those dusty, rust coloured plains that are unique in the Australian landscape.' By @cesaref

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'Everyday I am planning a new trip now. Where to go? What to see?' By @ola_terrible_ontour

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'Nasir-al-Molk Mosque, also known as the Pink Mosque in Iran. The seven colored tile work and the five bowled celling of this Mosque are considered a masterpiece of Iranian architecture.' By @unusualtraveler

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'Those climbers. Braving every step to conquer adventure.' By @katjavier

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