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We all enjoy a little thrill every once in a while. This desire can be accomplished by going on an adventure. Adventures involve exploring risky geographical locations. Adventuring might require a set of special skills and physical fitness to be able to navigate risky spots. Other reasons for adventuring may include to experience physical thrills, to discover new cultures and to connect with mother nature. The desire for adventures has led to the growth of this travel niche. 

Adventurers are characterised by the desire for an adrenaline rush that results from exploring beyond ones’ comfort zone. This comes from culture shocks, activities that are tasking and performing risky stunts that pose a danger to the person. These tasks include mountaineering, trekking, mountain cycling, canoeing, scuba diving, rafting, kayaking, zip-lining, paragliding, hiking, sandboarding, caving, rock climbing and exploring forests. Historical adventures involve various kinds of historic destinations and activities.

Grote Kerk is found in The Hague and is a large church that is built from red brick in Gothic style.

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The Åland Islands (or Åland) are an autonomous archipelago between Sweden and Finland. A predominantly Swedish-speaking province of Finland, Åland is comprised of a few large islands and nearly 10,000 smaller ones

The Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum (長崎原爆資料館, Nagasaki Genbaku Shiryōkan) is in the city of Nagasaki, Japan. The museum is a remembrance to the atomic bombing of Nagasaki by the United States of America 9 August 1945 at 11:02:35 am.

In a stunning location, perched on a peninsula of the River Aare, the Swiss capital of Bern exudes old world charm, and the city's medieval old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



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No matter how much you have read or how many pictures you have seen of Granada's Alhambra palaces, this Moorish pleasure palace will still take your breath away

In central Argentina, a five-hour drive from Buenos Aires, Córdoba is the country's second largest city and is often used as a stopover on trips into the Andes. Most of the city's finest old buildings date back to the early colonial period 16 century

The entire eastern portion of Finland is more sea than land. With literally tens of thousands of lakes, rivers, marshes, and ponds, eastern Finland is a fabulous aquatic playground.

An imposing red-brick fortress stretching along the banks of the Moskva River, the Moscow Kremlin is the grand centerpiece of Moscow and one of Russia’s most recognizable landmarks.