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Temple of Garni

Temple of Garni is an Iconic pagan temple located in the village of Garni in the country of Armenia. The temple of Garni itself was dedicated to the sun goddess Mythra. Armenians shared Zoroastrian entities with Persia (and by the time of Garni Temple, with the Eastern Roman empire, which had adopted Mythra as a patron goddess), and worshipped fire

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Wet and Wild PhotoFocus Concealer –Review!

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Today I’ll be reviewing an amazing product that I’ve been loving for the past few months! The product is Wet and wild PhotoFocus Concealer. This concealer is literary perfect no doubt, I’m writing this from my own personal experience, and I’ve tried so many eye concealers before but I’ve never been this satisfied with any of

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Friendship of Nations Fountain -дружба народов

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Today’s Architecture is a magical fountain located in Moscow, the capital of Russia, I had visited this beautiful fountain when I was a child and I sill remember it like a dream, all these golden status gathered around in a circle and the splashing sound of the fountain’s water. This fountain is called “дружба народов”

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Clarins Favorites – Review!

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Today’s review is about some of my favorite Clarin’s products, I have been using Clarin’s for quite a while and I’ve always loved their products, Clarins being a French luxury skincare brand, their products are all natural and have less chemicals than any other products you can possibly find, so you’re really just choosing the best thing

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Yerevan Cascade

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Yerevan Cascade is located in the center of  Yerevan, the capital of Armenia. It links the downtown Ketron area of Yerevan with the Monument neighborhood. Yerevan Cascade is made of limestone. I was lucky to visit this great and unique architecture in June, 2018. It’s definitely something you have to see in your lifetime, I personally think this

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