I remember the first time I brought my parents to Paris, our first stop was the neighborhood Montmartre. Its a truly magical part of the city, with its cobblestone streets, rolling hills, quaint restaurants and cafés…you really feel like you’ve stumbled into the past. I love history, so I love this feeling!
Montmartre is a really special part of Paris, and while you should definitely take the time to explore during the day, it should be your go-to for an evening out! Keep reading for my round up of the best places to head to!
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I bet you didn’t know that there are pyramids in Sudan. Don’t worry, we didn’t either. But there are, and while they are smaller than the ones in Egypt, they are still impressive in their own right.
The Pyramids of Meroë are located almost in the center of Sudan and in the middle of a vast desert. This is the largest concentration of pyramids in the world, and the most visited in Sudan. Sadly, they are surrounded by blowing sand and are at threat of someday getting blown away themselves.
You see, when the sand blows, these pyramids are getting scratched and gouged. Over time, they will be scratched away into nothingness.
Not that it truly matters. These pyramids have long ago been ransacked and pillaged, though they once housed the remnants of kings and queens – rulers of vast empires and even kingdoms.
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