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by @mysjuntosxelmundo

Camboya es mucho más que Angkor, es naturaleza, es gente amable, pero también con una masacre reciente en su historia. Los jemeres rojos con Pol Pot a la cabeza, cometieron uno de los mayores genocidios de la historia. Vimos una muestra de éstos en Choeung Ek, uno de los campos de exterminio que utilizaron.
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Choeung Ek
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by @saltoalmundoblog

Porque este lugar siempre lo recordaremos. Por nosotros y por nuestro gran viaje de esta vida juntos que hemos comenzado, no tenemos miedo si estamos juntos.
Estos playmobil nos lo personalizó @carype_jc ya lleva con nosotros dos años y algunos viajes.
#saltoalmundo #honeymoon #sinfiltro #iphone7 #viajar #viajes #travel #travelblogger #playmobil #playmobilviajero #instatravel #travel #viajeros

Miyajima
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by @piti3

When it’s quiet at work or I can’t sleep in the evenings I love thinking about the places I’ve been and the ones yet to discover....! Next stop? The big 🍎!!
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Cuando la oficina está tranquila y tengo poco trabajo, o cuando no puedo dormir, me encanta recordar viajes pasados y pensar en los que me quedan por hacer!
Próximo destino? La gran manzana 🍏!!! .
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La Taverna Dei Quaranta - Ristorante al Colosseo
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by @smile_travelers

Surrealismo en Kaunas

Kaunas
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by @welovecantabria

El #verano se fue, pero las playas están todo el año 🌊☀️

Suances, Cantabria, Spain
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by @welovecantabria

El #verano se fue, pero las playas están todo el año 🌊☀️

Playa De Cuchia
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by @welovecantabria

El #verano se fue, pero las playas están todo el año 🌊☀️

Playa De Cuchia
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by @woojithegreat

Immediately the tragedy of the Great War each nation had to go about collectively processing such an immense catastrophe. One of the major consequences of the war was a new sense of distinction among Great Britain’s Anglo colonies. While countries like Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa had control over their domestic affairs, their status in the Empire gave them no control over their foreign policy. So when Britain declared war in Germany, places like Canada and Australia, thousand of miles from the German enemy, where automatically at war as well. The colonies in particular embraced this and sent proportionally huge contingents to Europe. Canada and Australia sent upwards of 7% of their populations to Europe under arms. The Canadians serving for the first time as one cohesive army were assigned what the French and even Germans had assumed was an impossible task, the storming of Vimy Ridge, which overlooked the industrial city of Lens. The French had suffered hundreds of thousand of casualties attempting to take the ridge and the entire Canadian army numbered less than 600,000. The first day of the assault the Canadians suffered thousands of casualties in what is still the bloodiest day in their history with 3500 killed. In spite of their losses within four days the Canadians took the impregnable ridge. In many ways it would serve as a defining moment for the nation. It created a sense of pride and purpose that Canada could hold its own and renewed a drive for great control of its affairs. Shortly after the war Britain released Canada to run its own foreign and military affairs. Although the loss of so many young men was particularly painful to what was then a small rural country, the Battle of Vimy Ridge would be collectively remembered as one of Canada’s most important historical moments.

Canadian National Vimy Memorial
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