Explore the Galapagos through the lens of your camera with famous photographer Jonathan R. Green.
Pirate legends & mysterious wilds. Discover why Columbus named Venezuela "The Land of Grace."
Perhaps more than anywhere else, a tour of South America offers travelers the chance to enjoy a wide array of experiences.From the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu to bustling cities like Buenos Aires, there's something for everyone. If you're looking for a lesser known place to check out, the city of Coro, Venezuela may be one of your best bets.
Located in the northwest region of the country, this thriving port city has played a vital role in Venezuela's history for centuries. As a result, Coro is populated with a number of buildings and monuments that date back to the 1600s and offersome historical perspective during a stop in this quaint, seaside city.
Like many South American cities, Corois home to many places of worship from the colonial era, but if you only visit one, make sure that it's the Church of San Francisco. This was one of the first churches that the Franciscan Order built in Venezuela, and it first opened its doors in 1614. Though it has gone through renovations over the years, the famous building still stands as a perfect exampleof the architecture of the era.
Of course, there are many other buildings that make a visit to Coro worthwhile. Chief among them is the House of Iron Windows and the Church of San Clemente.
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Catch your breath as you feel the ghosts of the past in the incredible maze of ancient tunnels buried deep beneath the streets of Buenos Aires.
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As you hike through the steamy Brazilian rainforest, you’ll reach a point where the dense vegetation parts to reveal gushing Tarza’s waterfall and a pristine swimming hole that beckons weary travelers. Right about now you'll be feeling worlds away from home.
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Discover the breathtaking untouched wilds of the Galapagos Islands through the lens of your camera with world renowned Royal Geographic Society Fellow photographer Jonathan R. Green.
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