Ready to hit the road? For you the most beautiful places to visit in 2023
The magazine TIME has compiled the World’s Greatest Places 2023, the list of the most beautiful places to visit this year. At last, after many years of downturn, the tourism industry is recovering, with travelers around the world looking for distraction and fun. In addition, the magazine TIME featured the destinations that also offered the most attention to sustainability, a new focus of travelers, as well as exotic destinations and those that are committed to the preservation of their land. In the list we find places and cities of art as well as pristine nature reserves and much more. We would like to propose some of the most beautiful locations presented by the magazine, undoubtedly the most striking and, in any case, special for some reason.
Eight of the world's most colorful cities
Today we take you on a virtual journey to discover some of the most picturesque and amazing cities in the world, characterized by their vibrant colorful facades. These cities are a veritable explosion of color, with buildings and houses painted in bright and bold hues, creating a unique and spectacular backdrop. The photos you will find in this photogallery capture the essence of these cities, capturing the beauty of their streets, their markets, their historic buildings and their architecture, which shine with the colors of their facades. From the canals of Burano, Italy, to the pastel cottages of Willemstad, Curaçao, via the blue houses of Chefchaouen, in Morocco, this photogallery will take you to discover unique places in the world, where color becomes a distinctive element of the city and a symbol of its culture and identity.
Ma-fall sa ganda ng mga waterfall na matatagpuan sa Pilipinas! | Unang Hirit
Aired (March 23, 2023): Friendly reminder mga Kapuso: Bawal ma-fall sa maling tao! Pero, ang ma-fall sa ganda ng iba’t ibang waterfall sa Pilipinas, puwedeng-puwede! Bisitahin natin ang mga naggagandahang waterfall ng ating bansa gaya ng Unlimited Waterfalls sa Atimonan, Quezon. Panoorin ‘yan sa video na ito. Hosted by the country’s top anchors and hosts, 'Unang Hirit' is a weekday morning show that provides its viewers with a daily dose of news and practical feature stories. Watch it from Monday to Friday, 5:30 AM on GMA Network! Subscribe to youtube.com/gmapublicaffairs for our full episodes. Hosts: Arnold Clavio, Suzi Abrera, Lyn Pascual, Ivan Mayrina, Mariz Umali, Lhar Santiago, Susan Enriquez, Connie Sison, Luane Dy, Nathaniel “Mang Tani” Cruz,
Hidden riches: 15 treasures that disappeared from earth
Hidden treasures have plagued humanity for hundreds of years, awakening that spirit of adventure that has gradually been lost with civilization and the creation of modern societies. However, that sense of adventure and discovery has not been lost. Indeed, throughout history, especially in the age of piracy, huge fortunes have been lost at sea, or buried and never found, leaving enormous riches lost, sometimes with maps to find them, sometimes lost forever with the death of their owners. The world still teems with hidden treasures, but which are the most majestic ones we have records of? Find out with us.
Secret about Leonardo da Vinci's mother revealed: the truth in a deed found in Florence
The scholar Carlo Vecce found an original document within the Florence Archives through which it may be possible to rewrite the story of Catherine, mother of Leonardo da Vinci. According to the document found, the mother of Leonardo da Vinci would have been a young woman originally from ancient Circassia, a region of the Caucasus, who came to Florence as a slave and was later freed by a deed written by the notary Piero da Vinci, father of Leonardo, on November 2, 1452. The discovery, and the story that was uncovered, was revealed by Carlo Vecce himself, who from that document prompted both his research and the publication of a book. The hypothesis that Leonardo's mother was a slave had long been known but no document had ever confirmed it.