The lost city of Petra, remains of an ancient, rich civilization that was the centerpiece of 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' is clearly a destination to be explored at least once in this lifetime!

The lost city of Petra, remains of an ancient, rich civilization that was the centerpiece of 'Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade' is clearly a destination to be explored at least once in this lifetime!

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The Palace of the Lost City, Sun City, South Africa ..amazing resort..same architects that designed Atlantis in the Bahamas

The Palace of the Lost City, Sun City, South Africa ..amazing resort..same architects that designed Atlantis in the Bahamas

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Go Siem Reap visit Angkor Wat and stay with Angkor Orchid Central Hotel. http://www.angkororchid.com

Go Siem Reap visit Angkor Wat and stay with Angkor Orchid Central Hotel. http://www.angkororchid.com

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2.- Quechua in Bolivia. Tupi, in Brazil, Inuit in Canada, Mapuche in Chile, Chibcha in Colombia, Chorotega in Costa Rica, Taini/Arawak in Cuba.

2.- Quechua in Bolivia. Tupi, in Brazil, Inuit in Canada, Mapuche in Chile, Chibcha in Colombia, Chorotega in Costa Rica, Taini/Arawak in Cuba.

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sunken cities discovered around the globe | The Tales And Treasures Of The World's Lost Cities » Sabotage Times

sunken cities discovered around the globe | The Tales And Treasures Of The World's Lost Cities » Sabotage Times

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Santa Marta, Colombia -- La Ciudad Perdida (The Lost City). Hidden (literally) in the crevices of northern Colombia’s Santa Marta Sierra Nevada mountain range, La Ciudad Perdida was built by the Tayrona people around 800 AD. Although built approximately 600 years before Machu Picchu, it was “discovered” by looters on the hunt for treasure in 1975 (60 years after Machu Picchu’s “discovery”).

Santa Marta, Colombia -- La Ciudad Perdida (The Lost City). Hidden (literally) in the crevices of northern Colombia’s Santa Marta Sierra Nevada mountain range, La Ciudad Perdida was built by the Tayrona people around 800 AD. Although built approximately 600 years before Machu Picchu, it was “discovered” by looters on the hunt for treasure in 1975 (60 years after Machu Picchu’s “discovery”).

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