1. Mexico, traditions, culture and architecture, unforgettable. Civilizations that flourished nearly 4,000 years before the first contact with Europeans. And the mixture of pre-Hispanic civilizations and culture of Spain, passed during the 300 years of colonization by Spain and which today is reflected in the exceptional richness and strength of their culture.
    Mexico ranks first in the American continent in the number of World Heritage by UNESCO, with 31 sites that received this title.
    Filmed in 2011
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    Music: "Romantic Getaway" by Bruce Maginnis"; Conquistadors" by Christophe Goze; "Fria Ciudad" by Terry Devine-King / Adam Drake. All licensed by Audio Network.
    "Mi Mexico de Ayer" (Chava Flores)

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  2. Shangri-La is a fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by British author James Hilton. Hilton describes Shangri-La as a mystical, harmonious valley, gently guided from a lamasery, enclosed in the western end of the Kunlun Mountains. Shangri-La has become synonymous with any earthly paradise but particularly a mythical Himalayan utopia — a permanently happy land, isolated from the outside world. In the novel Lost Horizon, the people who live at Shangri-La are almost immortal, living years beyond the normal lifespan and only very slowly aging in appearance.
    The word also evokes the imagery of exoticism of the Orient.
    Filmed in Tibet in August 2010

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  3. "Machu Picchu is a trip to the serenity of the soul, to the eternal fusion with the cosmos; where we feel our fragility. It is one of the greatest marvels of South America. A resting place of butterflies in the epicentre of the great circle of life. One more miracle." - Pablo Neruda
    But the way to the holy city of Makchu Pichu is a fascinating experience, whatever way it is done. We climbed to a height of 2100 meters following the banks of the Urubamba River to the mountain and seeing the rainforest gorges and canyons and the majesty of the valleys appear before us.
    The most beautiful City, the City of Power or simply one of the most important cultural sites in Latin America.
    A short film of this journey.
    Peru as a passion.
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    Music: "Balance of Power" by Paul Mottram. Licensed by Audio Network.

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  4. An exciting and delightful journey in time.
    The Inca trail that spans six Andean countries.
    The Lake Titicaca the "Sacred Lake" due to the great importance it had in ancient cultures, like the Inca and Tiwanaku.
    UROS, THE PEOPLE OF THE FLOATING LAKE TITICACA
    Machu Picchu, the legendary lost city of the Incas. See every early morning in wonderful Machu Picchu.
    The Mystery of the Nazca Lines, one of the greatest archaeological riddles of humanity. Who made them? And why?
    And Pacha Mama is like coming back to the taste of the as Mother Earth.
    This is Peru. Go there. Is indispensable and unforgettable.
    And is a passion.
    These are pictures from my summer vacation in 2009.
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    Music: “Epic Dramatic Trailer” from Victor Khlyustov (D_Cooper).
    LICENCE CERTIFICATE by Envato Marketplace-.net

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  5. Every year there are more than 50,000 forest fires in Europe. Between 1989 and 1993, only in the Mediterranean from the mainland, 2.6 million hectares of forest were destroyed by fire.
    The Natural Park of Arrábida is an area where there are more than 1,000 species of marine animals and plants. The entire territory is classified as "Site of Special Interest to Nature Conservation-CORINE Biotope ", contains the "Site of Community Importance "Arrábida - Espichel" and a Special Protection Area (SPA) for the Birds "Cabo Espichel", both integrated in the Natura 2000 Network. Several animals endangered and protected species, are present.
    Was proposed for inclusion in Indicative List of World Heritage and proposal the World Heritage, in 2011.
    If fires makes Arrábida disappear, what we lost?
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    Music: “Towers of Glass” by Matt Hill; “Solar Eclipse”, Jupiter Rising, by Terry Devine-King; “Navajo Horizon by Barrie Gledden/Simeon Wood; “The Human Cost of War” by Luke Richards.
    All licensed by Audio Network.

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