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Travel Digest #740

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Hi, @itchyfeetdonica here with another edition of travel digest. Enjoy!

We have been truly impressed by your wonderful entries to our Haveyoubeenhere 2019 Steemitworldmap Travel Contest! It's really hard for us to make choices. So we decide to reward more participants! :) The winners will be announced later this week. Stay tuned and see you soon!


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Travel Digest


#1 A Day in Mantova, UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008 - Discovering Italy with alequandro! by @alequandro

I had never been there, so one Sunday morning I got in the car and after two hours of travel I was in Mantua! As soon as I parked the car and walked for 1 minute I was already immersed in architecture. I was aware that a whole day was just enough to get an idea of ​​the city and see only a few works so I decided to continue towards the main square. Unfortunately the day was cold and gray but at least it wasn't raining! The light that was unfortunately made the photos fairly flat.

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#2 Aimless wandering in Antigua, the jewel of Guatemala by @haydae

In Guatemala, one city attracted all the spotlight. It overshadowed Guatemala City, to the point that some people would skip the capital city entirely to get straight to that place. It had been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was regarded as one of the most beautiful colonial towns in all of Latin America, drawing in more waves of tourists with each passing year. La Antigua was inevitable.

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#3 Tales of the Urban Explorer: Stephenson Group by @slobberchops

Passing through a jungle-like environment which is something you need to get used to when pursuing this hobby, we gained entrance and stared about the place. It is a huge old factory and the company appear to still be trading, just not here anymore! From what I'm reading the company was bought in 2014 and that could have been the end for this particular 'branch'. Six years of neglect does not bode well for buildings, and so we started having a rummage through to see what visual delights a manufacturing chemical company could reveal to us.

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