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Shanghai is a popular tourist destination and China's biggest city and global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. Other highlights are...


Hamburg is a major port city in northern Germany and connected to the North Sea by the Elbe River. It's the 2nd largest town in Germany and the 3rd biggest port of Europe.It also has the highest number of bridges (ca 2500) to cross all its rivers and canals.The city's...


Tallinn’s Old Town is divided into two areas – the lower town and the upper town, once separated by gates. The lower town (all-linn) is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe, also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. There has been a Town Hall in...


A town located in the Southern tip of the Bataan region in the Philippines.Bataan is divided by two Volcanic mountain groups. Climbing Tarak Ridge in Mt. Mariveles will give you a breathtaking view of Bataan, Manila Bay, the Islands of Corregidor, and Cavite.The region has 100 rivers streams, creeks, 10...


The 4 Deserts endurance footrace series covers the Atacama Crossing in Chile, the Gobi March in China, the Sahara Race in Egypt and The Last Desert in Antarctica. Each desert is unique, varying from extreme hot to ultra cold. The 7 day races of max 250 km are self-supported, apart from provided...


Although permanent living on Antarctica is impossible and maybe not attractive either, this ice-covered landmass can be travelled and run.Several expeditions and even races have been organized on the southernmost continent and site of the South Pole.


There are six major indigenous groups in Oceania: Aboriginal Australians, Papuans, Austronesians, Melanesians, Micronesians, and Polynesians, based on the island cluster on which each group lives.Oceania is the smallest continent in the world in terms of land area.


The running culture in Asia is booming and it's amazing how many races are held but also their locations.You can even run on the Great Wall in China. In Japan effort is admired and runners who seem to be trying the hardest are usually the most popular.The Hakone Ekiden that...


Since the 1968 Olympics, men and women from Kenya and Ethiopia have dominated the 26.2-mile marathon. Ethiopia’s iconic runner Haile Gebrselassie said “Anything is possible”. Running indeed paved the road for many African runners to a better life. A combination of a poor childhood, walking many miles to school, lack of...


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