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Amazing Bookstores From Around The World E-mail
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For me, all bookstores and libraries have a little magic to them, as they open up the door to knowledge. That said, some book stores stand out from the rest and offer an experience like no other. These are all amazing places where anyone can find something they love to read, sit back, and relax as they enjoy a unique atmosphere. So tell me, when was the last time you went out and got a good book?

Librerķa El Ateneo in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Another good idea for a place to turn into a bookstore: a theater. The store is full of stunning architectural details, like Italian ceiling frescoes, rich red curtains, and ornate sculptures. It even has a piano that plays music as you browse your way around each section.

Amazing Bookstores From Around The World

Last Updated ( Friday, 05 December 2014 )
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15 Most Dangerous Vacation Destinations In India E-mail
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India is a melting pot of experiences and cultures, a quality that also bleeds out onto our everyday lives and what we do. Obviously, with all the craziness and fervour in our country, our surroundings had to reflect the people we are. Some of these places are man made, some have been naturally around since time immemorial, but all of them are guaranteed to give you a thrill. Presenting, the most dangerous spots in India.

1. Phugtal Monastery - Built on a cliffside

15 Most Dangerous Vacation Destinations In India

This surreal Monastery, known as the Phugtal Gompa, is situated in Ladakh and is built in the form of a honeycomb cut into the side of the cliffside. A precipitous climb to the spot and very limited options for food make this a place you prepare yorself to go to. The dizzying heights are commonplace for the locals, but anyone else might have a hard time.

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