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Daigoji – Kyōto

The Daigoji complex, a Shingon Buddhist temple in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan holds eighteen national treasures.  It holds one of the most beautiful gardens in all Kyoto. The perfect place to contemplate the colors of fall and the blooms of spring.

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Göreme Open Air Museum

A short and pleasant walk, about 1.5 km, southeast of Göreme town lies the “Open Air Museum”, which is the Turkish region of Cappadocia’s principal attraction; for good reason! The Göreme Open Air Museum is a monastic complex of medieval cave churches, carved out by Orthodox monks, and embellished with Byzantine frescoes dating from 900-1200 AD.

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Sultanahmet Mosque – Istanbul

Commonly, it is known as the Blue Mosque, The Sultanahmet Mosque is on the must see list of any good site-seeing tour of Istanbul. It is a true marvel and a testament to builders of another age. The complexities of its vaults and tiling is a site to behold.
Visible from many spots around Istanbul, the Sultanahmet Mosque dominates the skyline.