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In the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City lies Christianity’s most sacred and arguably most contested building: the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Adherents to the many denominations of Christianity who lay claim to the ancient structure believe that the church is built over the empty tomb of Jesus Christ... Read More >>

Posted: 7/25/2016 11:57:54 AM by Alexander + Roberts
Wine is undoubtedly one of Argentina’s best international calling cards. From the fruity chardonnay to the bold, award-winning Malbec, the colorful South American country is justifiably proud... Read More >>

Posted: 7/18/2016 4:07:09 PM by Alexander + Roberts
Nestled between Cuzco and the lofty heights of Machu Picchu is Peru’s Sacred Valley, often referred to as the Urubamba Valley, from the name of its primary waterway, the Urubamba river. This stunning valley... Read More >>

Posted: 7/12/2016 3:42:54 PM by Alexander + Roberts
Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park provides an interesting lesson in the history of conservation in Africa, particularly when examining the contrast between pre-colonial and Colonial approaches to land preservation. Read More >>

Posted: 7/8/2016 3:11:36 PM by Alexander + Roberts
The Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II defeated his Hittite foes at a great battle in 1285 BC. To commemorate this great victory, impress his Nubian neighbors, and glorify his own 67-year reign, Ramses ordered the erection of a magnificent... Read More >>

Posted: 7/5/2016 10:36:51 AM by Alexander + Roberts

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