Top 10 Best Music Festivals in the World

For decades, music festivals have been popular in different cultures.
Their popularity is increasing over the years as more people realize how magical they can be, and the rush of social adrenaline and memories for their attendees.
If you have a plan to visit one this year, and wondering which one is best among them, to ease your doubt I have listed down best music festivals in the world:

10. Summerfest

Where: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
When: June-July
Genre: Blues, Contemporary, Country, Electronic, Folk, Funk, Gospel, Hard rock, Metal, Hip hop, Indie, Jam band, Jazz, Pop, R&B, Reggae, Rock.
Crowd: 800,000–900,000
We can term “People’s Party” for Summerfest.
As it is, if not one of the best music festivals in the US with a daytime ticket of just $20.
More than 800 events and over 800,000 attendees will be held over 11 days.
Throughout 2016, Paul McCartney led the party, and in 2017 the Red Hot Chili Pepper, Pink, and Bob Dylan celebrated Summerfest’s 50th birthday.

9. EDC Las Vegas

Where: Las Vegas, United States
When: May
Genre: EDM, Dubstep, House music, Techno
Crowd: ~450,000
Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Las Vegas is one of the biggest EDM festivals.
This is the flagship festival of the worldwide EDM group and will celebrate in May 2020 for its 23rd year.
You’ll be under pressure to find a more dance music temptation anywhere else, year after year curating the biggest and brightest star line-up from across the house, techno, Hip Hop, hardstyle and, of course, EDM.
EDC LV features state-of-the-art production, pyrotechnics and everything else that you can imagine making it the most immersive and commemorative memories possible this year since it moved to its home in Las Vegas motor speedway.
Together with EDC 2013: Under the Electric Sky, which was based on the event, the festival grew from the underground in 2014, in Puerto Rico, Mexico, and New York City.
DJs like Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike have been included in the headliners.

8. Donauinselfest

Where: Donauinsel, Austria
When: June
Genre: rock, pop, rap, hip hop, electronic music, swing, folk, and metal
Crowd: 2,000,000 to 3,000,000
Over 2 million festival attendees regularly come to Donauinselfest or the Danube Island Festival.
According to Guinness World Records, visitors during the three days in 2015 exceeded 3.3 million, earning the title of “the biggest music festival in the world.”
Since 1983, the open-air festival is organized. At first, the Donauinselfest aimed at promoting the island’s recreational area to the local people.
Thanks to the extraordinary number of people, though, it was not only an annual festival but also one of the biggest open-air events in Europe.
In contrast to all the music performances, you should know a few basic elements.
Firstly, the Danube Island comprises several stages 11 to be precise. They divide the island into four areas with about 16 different themes.
So, there will be plenty of sounds to please any musical taste!

7. Lollapalooza Chicago

Where: Chicago, United States
When: August
Genre: Alternative rock, heavy metal, punk rock, hip hop, and EDM.
Crowd: ~400,000
Lollapalooza’s story began somewhere in 1991. ⠀
From that time until now, it has developed into one of the best music festivals in the world.
Each Lolla lineup makes hands wave, heads nod, and fans shout for their favorite stars.
With eight stages and 170+ bands from all over the world, Lolla has nice photogenic locations, engaging rooms with gifts and lots of merchandise, enough to complete their marketing needs.
Want more? Even there is a mini-fest for your kids.
Chow Town provides the finest of Windy City’s favorite restaurants for the festival fare, drinks, and sweets.
With an emphasis on new, reasonably priced items from the city of Chicago, they give their patrons far more than the traditional ‘carnival fare.’
One of the greatest things to bring together thousands of people who are passionate and closely related.

6. Rock in Rio

Where: Primiraly Lisbon & Rio de Janeiro (also in Madrid, Las Vegas and Santiago)
When: Sept to Oct
Genre: Rock, Pop music, Indie rock, Heavy metal
Crowd: ~1,000,000 per event
Rock in Rio is a recurring music festival which occurs alternatively in Rio and Lisbon, originating from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
It subsequently branched out in other places like Santiago, Madrid and Las Vegas.
Rock in Rio is one of the world’s largest festivals with 1.5 million attendees for the first event, 700,000 attendees at both the fourth and second, some 1.2 million at the third event, and approximately 350,000 at each of the three Lisbon events.
In 2019, the city of rock was once again filled with world music icons, not only from the rock but also from pop, funk, soul, MPB, electronic music, and so on.

5. Ultra Music Festival

Where: Miami, Florida, United States (+ Worldwide)
When: March
Genre: EDM
Crowd: ~170,000
In 1997, Executive Producer, President, and CEO Russell Faibisch founded ULTRA Live Events, which began with electronic music events that led to introducing the Miami Beach Ultra Music Festival ® in 1999.
Every March, since its start, the international festival celebrated its 20th anniversary on 23-25 March 2018 by bringing over 165,000 music enthusiasts to the sell-out waterfront event in the heart of Miami.
DJ Mag recently voted for the third consecutive year in a world-level #1 Festival.
On 29-31 March 2019, Ultra Music Festival was back in Miami for its 21st annual edition.
Organizers have confirmed the first lineups for the Ultra Music Festival 2020. After months of speculation this year about the venue of the event,
Ultra returns to the Bayfront Park for the 22nd iteration in the coming March.
It has been confirmed that Belgium DJ Amelie Lens as a headline DJ at the event, alongside Adam Beyer, who plays B2B with Cirez D AKA Eric Prydz, Richie Hawtin, and Tale Of Us.

4. Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

Where: Indio, United States
When: April
Genre: Rock, Pop music, Independent music, Hip hop music, Electronic dance music
Crowd: ~100,000 per day
This festival may only be the most prestigious festival of music out there, as somehow one must have heard of it.
Together with the Empire Polo Club, in Indio, California, this big-league event takes place three consecutive weekends every April annually and is always the subject discussions among music enthusiasts.
The lineup is identical all weekends and is covered in a wide range of genres, which offers a single venue to all types of music fans.
After 2003 the organizers allowed spectators to camp, which contributed to the festival is one of the most impressive even after being skyrocketing in numbers.
The festival facilitates associations between music and visual art with various artwork from the best artists’ installations annually.

3. Pol'and'Rock Festival (Woodstock Festival)

Where: Kostrzyn, Poland
When: August
Genre: Rock, punk rock, reggae, rap core, folk music, heavy metal, electronic music
Crowd: ~600,000 to 700,000
Pol’and’Rock was formerly known as the Woodstock Festival Poland.
It is the second biggest music festival in Europe after the Donauinselfest.
Its uniqueness is that this festival promotes having fun in the dusty mud and sleeping in tents while enjoying outdoor music.
Polish Woodstock is a fitting tribute to rock, pop, metal and folk, named and inspired after the famous New York 1969 festival.
The event has a tradition special vibe of huge crowds and different countries, with headliners like The Prodigy performing for over 1 million fans.
Personally speaking, if you are planning a trip to music festivals in august, Woodstock Festival Poland is the best option.

2. Glastonbury Festival

Where: Somerset, United Kingdom
When: June
Genre: Every major genre from rock to minimal house
Crowd: ~200,000
Glastonbury began its long journey to the early 1970s, without surprise emerged as the most popular music festival ever. 
Glastonbury has become a mecca of contemporary music, based largely on the hippie ethic of free art and expression. 
It features many famous artists today, like Kurt Jackson, etc.
In 2011 some 150,000 individuals descended on the Pilton Farm, in Somerset, where they saw headliners Coldplay, U2 and Beyonce’s crowd thrilling performance, while the first-ever event was attended by (free) around 1,500 and headlined by The Kinks (1970). 
Anyway, it’s amazing to see this change in the core theme of the event.
In 2020, the Glastonbury Festival will celebrate its 50th birthday, with one of the biggest and most ambitious next year’s events to date.

1. Tomorrowland

Where: Boom, Belgium
When: July
Genre: EDM
Crowd: ~180,000
Held in Boom, Belgium, Tomorrowland’s extravagance and the impressive line-up have been unsurpassable every year as the world’s most spectacular music festival.
Tomorrowland first took place in 2005 and is now is the best music festival in the world, not just in the EDM genre but overall.
The event is mostly hosted in July, featuring bands and best DJs in the world like The Chainsmokers and David Guetta, most widely praised, at its line-up for about 2 weeks straight.
The festival of electronic dance music virtually sells out in just a few minutes and is a must-visit experience.

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Top 10 Suspense Thriller Movies of Hollywood

Of course, we can say that everyone doesn’t enjoy watching a movie.
But there are limited options, considering Hollywood’s twisted psychological thriller suspense movies.
The feeling that you are left with fantastic suspense is different from any other experience.
It’s pulse-pumping and constant and makes you feel alive. And it’s good to feel alive.
If you are wondering or bored on this weekend to watch something interesting.
Below is the list for my personal favorite 10 best suspense movie of all time:

10. Strangers on a Train (1951)

Plot
The story starts with Walker and Granger meeting on a train from New York to Washington.
Bruno Anthony, a young functional psychopath, encounters Guy Haines on a train, a famous tennis player.
Guy wants to move into a political career. While waiting for a divorce of his wife and has been dating the daughter of a senator (Ann Morton).
Bruno wants to murder his father but realizes that because he has a purpose, cops will arrest him.
He and Guy share victims, Bruno thinks of a crazy scheme to exchange victims.
This is a joke Guy takes, but Bruno takes things seriously and puts things into his own hands.
My review
The plot is very well written and Robert Walker is portrayed with flying colors as a sly, but a noticeable psychopath.
The role is full of delicate undertones and is beautifully performed by Walker.
Farley Granger’s performance as good as he has taken on demonic murdering schemes with his new train-mate
The charm of Ruth Roman brings elegance to the companionship of Granger-loving women.

9. Shutter Island (2010)

Plot
The story follows as two American marshals are sent to an asylum on an island to investigate a patient’s death, which after uncovering they find disturbing mysteries.
Teddy Daniels (Leonardo) interviews patients, staff and head psychiatrist (Ben Kingsley), joined by his new partner (Ruffalo).
The situation soon begins to turn strange. The investigation stuck with a police character himself who falls further into delusional fear.
He is yet to overcome horrific hallucinations of the death of Michelle Williams, his beloved wife, and of the escape from the concentration camp at Dachau at the end of World War II.
The suspicious disappearance of a killer from her prison has indeed been intended to be investigated by Daniels, but also by Andrew Laeddis (Elias Koteas), an imprisoned arsonist that he feels is responsible for his wife’s death (Michelle Phillips).
Daniels suspects in the unethical experiments and a conspiracy to hide the fate of Laeddis, which senior psychologists Cawley (Ben-Kingsley) and Naehring (Max von Sydow) have performed on this island.
My review
The crime story turned into his own as the detective character had a conflicting turnaround.
A result of very gross WWII encounters during the liberation of a concentration camp, and a mismarriage that ended on the shores of what looked like Crystal Lake in Friday the 13th movie–and drugs induced hallucinations.
The main effect of the suspense thriller movie is on the senses. All is mixed into a terrifying foreshadow of awful secrets.
Each scene turns against its succeeding scene and twists characters in such ways, like their minds, that we could not grasp.

8. Gone Girl (2014)

Plot
Bar owner Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) has his home theatrically damaged on the day of his Fifth Wedding Anniversary, his front door opens.
The glass table overturned and shattered and his wife Amy (Rosamund Pike) unaccountably missing.
As Rhonda Boney (Kim Dickens) appears at the location, she feels that not everything has been right.
Proof of financial problems or domestic disputes points the finger toward Nick in doubt, who in the age of social media and rolling television considers uncertain displays of grievance insufficient.
Over the next few days Nick’s “smiling sociopath” has been refocused more than his gone girl-wife, whose own voice is heard on the pages of a blasphemous diary showing an alternate interpretation of their apparently idyllic couple.
My review
This movie is directed by David Fincher (who also made many psychological thrillers) & is based on novel Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.
Direction, Screenplay, backgrounds, environment, and acting are just great.
The whole cast is in top form with the flawless quality of Affleck and Pike.
Speaking about plot, it is intense, strong, creative and mind-bending, with an incredible twist.

7. Prisoners (2013)

Plot
How far will you protect your family?
Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) faces the same question after the worst fear of every parent becomes the reality.
His 6-year-old daughter, Anna, together with her young friend, Joy, is lost, which naturally, like any parent, makes him panic.
The only lead investigators have is a rundown RV, parked on its road earlier.
Detective Loki, the investigator, arrests his driver, Alex Jones, but he is bailed because of a lack of evidence.
When police arrest several drivers with no solid evidence, scared Dover takes matters into his own hands, realizing that his child’s life is at stake.
But how far is that despairing father going to safeguard his family?
My review
In the same psychologic structure, prisoners is an intelligently constructed and well-performed mystery that executes events that converge with time— to save the girls and prove Alex’s guilt and innocence.
On the bottom, all of the unexpected but mildly sensible twists and turns happen, and anyone familiar with the genre can smell a red herring.

6. L.A. Confidential (1997)

Plot
The seedy backdrop to the nuanced noir-ish plot of corruption of the police and Hollywood Sleaze was in Los Angeles in the 1950s.
The officers, who all follow the truth and are in their own fashion, are three very different: Ed Exley the golden boy of police force, eager to do almost anything but sell it out; Bud White, ready to break the law to get justice but not able to keep his boiling anger under check and Jack Vincennes, always looking for celebrity and a quick buck until his conscience drives him to join Exley and White down the one-way path to find the truth behind the dark world of Crime.
My review
The golden rule set by the classic detective movies also is followed this thriller to watch, L.A. Confidential.
Nearly two and a half hours to construct the story confidentially, but the watching time is passed remarkably fast.
In the entire film, there’s hardly a waste of time, and director Hanson keeps close track of every frame.
The last scenes were full of action, backstabbing and entertaining enough, with the three men befriending each other.

5. Mulholland Drive (2001)

Plot
The story is followed in ambiguous plot loops by two characters named Betty and Rita, but we’re not quite certain they’re different characters by the end of the film or, are they?
Rita wonders whether she’s Diane Selwyn, who’s a name from a name tag for the waitress.
My review
The movie is hypnotic; we are drawn as if one thing were another— but nothing leads to a break and re-combine as objects trapped within a kaleidoscope even before the characters are introduced.
“Mulholland Drive” is not like “Memento,” where you can expect to explain the mystery if you follow it carefully enough.
No clarification is available.
Perhaps there is no mystery. It might not be coincidental that BBC Culture’s poll of reviewers listed David Lynch’s mind-bending Mullholland Drive mystery as the best film of the century to date.

4. Taxi Driver (1976)

Plot
Travis Bickle is a longtime veteran of the navy who served in the Vietnam War, lives in New York.
As he is suffering from insomnia, he spends time as a taxi driver, watching porn during the day in seedy theaters, and talking about how the world especially New York, has degraded into a cesspool.
He is a singular person with strong beliefs about what is right and wrong with humanity.
The only highlight of society in New York is Betsy, a volunteer on Senator Charles Palantine’s presidential nomination campaign.
He meets a thirteen-year-old prostitute Iris and gets obsessed with her.
Following an incident with her, he feels he could do anything he feels, to improve the world around him.
One of his goals is to be the Savior of Iris, as he believes she wants to escape out of her career and kill her beloved pimp cum lover, Matthew.
My review
The five-minute epilog, steeped in tragedy, highlights the character’s complexities.
The media turns Travis into a hero when rescues the prostitute.
But he would have been abused as an assassin if he drew his gun a little more quickly on Senator Palantine.
As the movie ends, the misanthropist has been accepted as a model citizen— a person who takes pimps, drug dealers and mobsters to save a small girl.
Taxi Driver doesn’t have much doubt to be painted in an extremely disturbing picture–we appreciate Travis’s reasoning.
This is a skilled film made by Scorsese, moviemaker Michael Chapman and the actors.

3. Rear window (1954)

Plot
The story of a news photographer who thinks he has seen a murder.
Set in a wheelchair following an accident, he spends time watching the residents of nearby houses via a telephoto lens and binoculars to convince himself of the crime that has taken place.
My review
Hitchcock discusses the topic of voyeurism, explicitly in the rear window.
The script is carefully directed, and we can examine it a lot.
The idea is intriguing, but I have not felt my excitement throughout the story but felt curious.
It is one of the suspense thriller movies Hollywood ever made with a small specification but colorful and fascinating.
Hitchcock twists the knife in a humorous sequence that directly targets the viewer, not only by exposing a real crime but by threateningly staring at Jeff through the court.

2. The Prestige (2006)

Plot
In the London 1890s, Robert Angier and Alfred Borden were employed as the shills of a magician led by John Cutter.
After Julia died in a performance by mistake, Robert blames Alfred for his death and ultimately, they became rivals.
Soon, both become legendary competing magicians who try to destroy each other’s success on the stage.
If Alfred performs a good trick, Robert becomes obsessed with the attempt to expose the tragic consequences of his competitor’s secret.
My review
The Prestige is also an important movie in the collection of more serious dramas by Jackman.
Here, he and Bale are strikingly gratified, taking on dual roles that add to the cinema’s credibility–twins will actually promote in the segments of the stage similar to “The Transported Man.”

1. The Sixth Sense (1999)

Plot
Dr. Malcolm Crowe is played by Bruce Willis, a professional therapist.
In the night, a former patient breaks into his house and shoots Dr. Crowe and himself for his work.
Months later, Dr. Crowe still appears shocked. He thinks he can’t talk to his wife.
After recovery, he consults only one client, Cole Sear (Haley Joel Osment), who reminds him of his lost treatment.
Gradually Malcolm wins Cole’s trust, and he confides that he can see “dead people.”
Malcolm believes that this is a sign of profound psychological turmoil at first, but then he assumes that Cole actually sees the spirits of those who were killed and must find a way to make the moment less traumatic for him.
My review
This is one of the rare film delights, a genuinely chilling thinking person’s suspense.
You would be lucky if you see the movie which will make you wonder hours later and this movie perfectly does the work.
The final conclusion is shocking, but unavoidable in retrospect.

Over the years, Hollywood has produced many good suspense thriller movies.
A well-created suspense-packed film will change your life prospects.
Many thrillers choose to pull the safe world around you, flooding you with ideas you hadn’t seen.

Top 10 UNESCO World Heritage Sites by Country list

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From the horrors of the Second World War and to propagate peace, the United Nations Education Science and Culture Organization (UNESCO) emerged.
Some of the most amazing places of ancient times have been lost and isolated from the world for centuries or even thousands, scattered in jungles, deserts and agricultural fields around the globe.
The stories of abandoned towns or the revelations of the ordinary lives of people have contributed to incredible results open to the world.
If you are planning to lush treat to your culturally curious side, we have created a list for top 10 UNESCO world heritage sites:

10. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic

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Benedictines of Český Krumlov were built to surround one of the best-looking castles in the Czech Republic.
The completed castle which began its construction in 1240 AD has architectural features Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque overlays.
For over five decades, this medieval city has kept its architectural history and its riverside views, paved streets, and regular cultural events.
This picturesque small village is on the top lists of many visitors on a wider trip across the Czech Republic.
Cesky Krumlov is also home to friendly local people inside the castle, and it is a great place to meet tourists from all over the world.

Why should you visit-
Visiting this city you may feel its architectural history with eastern European culture.

9. The Nubian Monuments, Egypt

If we consider only ancient culture, Egyptian civilization has stood the test of time to this day.
We know it as one of the oldest and best UNESCO world heritage sites by country ever existed.
Abu Simbel is a small town with a magnificent view of the desert lake, with special fame claim to two enormous temples which were saved from the rising water of Lake Nasser.
Now Abu Simbel’s original location is well underneath the water.
Once, however, the Aswan High Dam was completed in the 1960s and this gem would forever be lost in rising water level.
The Temple of Ramses II contains four over 20 meters high Ramses statues, the Temple of Hathor one of the most preserved in Egypt, and each temple is impressive in its own right.
It was not just important for Egypt that they rescued the Nubian temples of Abu Simbel from the rising Nile, but revolutionized the overall approach to heritage conservation.
In 1968, they cut the Ramses II complex into 2,000 parts in around 1260 BC and moved to higher ground–piece by piece.
It is now the headline of a UNESCO site which included other Nubian monuments, including Philae’s shrine of Isis, and a firm conservation symbol.
The United Nations is committed to preserving and protecting the United Nations World Heritage site for future generations, considering this ongoing crisis.

Why should you visit-
A deeper look into ancient Egyptian civilization & symbol it represents.

8. Cape Floral Region, South Africa

In Cape Town, South Africa there is a park called the Table Mountain National Park.
Most visitors find it a beautiful view. Table Mountain National Park, however, encompasses the Cape Peninsula area of 85 sq. m.
Most of the cape is in the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Cape Floral Protected Areas Region.
More than 20 percent of the whole flora biodiversity of Africa dwells here, despite its small area.
Cape Peninsula to Cape Point is the best way to experience this habitat.

Why should you visit
Flowers everywhere, closest resemblance to paradise.

7. Hampi

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This small town is really a hidden gem in Southern India.
Hampi ruins are protected by the UNESCO because they are thought to give visitors to the temples an insightful experience.
The remains of the final great Hindu kingdom are found in this splendid city.
Temple, entrance gates, forts and more remain over 1,600 pieces, created during the Vijayanagara Empire.
The city has a rocky topography that is ideal for those who love climbing, with a landscape defined by hills, open plains, and the river Tungabhadra.

Why should you visit-
A look into classical ancient Indian architecture and its unique topography.

6. Great Barrier Reef, Australia

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One of Australia’s best-known destinations is this incredible view for marine wildlife.
The Great Barrier Reef has a total length of over 2,300 kilometers and 900 islands!
It is Australia’s top marine attraction and is the biggest coral reef system in the world.
The reef extends for over 2,300 kilometers, from Queensland Northern to Bundaberg coastal town, and is one of the most vibrant ecosystems in the world.
It is the only living ecosystem visible from the space that is so large this network of beaches, coasts, coral cays, seagrass beds, and mangroves.

Why should you visit-
SCUBA diving and snorkeling along the shinning coral reefs, sailing around idyllic islands of the tropics, fishing in designated areas, gazing at the plentiful sea life of a glass-bottomed boat and waking over this splendid natural marvel on a scenic flight are some of the most popular things to do.

5. Acropolis, Greece

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The Acropolis is a proud monument to ancient Greece that stands over the city of Athens from its highest perch.
Built around 5th to the 4th centuries BC, the Parthenon is the most famous structure and symbol of the history of this country. It dominates the site.
The Acropolis is a powerful sight, bright daytime in the Mediterranean sun and lighted up for dramatic effects in the night just steps away from modern Athens.
The city itself is a breathtaking sight for first-time visitors to other parts of Greece, and it sets the stage for travelers.
Distinguished sculptors and architects eventually designed by architects of these monuments for theater, democracy, philosophy, speech, and freedom of expression.
The Acropolis is one of the top UNESCO world heritage sites in Greece and is highlighted by the Parthenon.

Why should you visit-
It’s perfect for history buffs hoping for a closer look at ancient Greek civilization.

4. Kathmandu valley, Nepal

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Central Nepal has several major historical sites that make up a separate UNESCO World Heritage Site list alone in Kathmandu Valley.
Two Buddhist stupas, two Hindu shrines, and three beautiful spots, which are the main cultural locations in Nepal.
One of the two biggest world religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, have the cultural heritages that were built live together, signifying their similarities.
Unfortunately, several sites were severely damaged or destroyed by an earthquake on 25 April 2015, including the Durbar Square in Kathmandu.

Why should you visit-
Ancient Hindu & Buddhist temples with magnificent natural surroundings. 

3. Yellowstone National Park, USA

We know the park for its spectacular landscape, diverse flora and fauna and fascinating wonders of geothermal life.
The world’s first national park sits on a hot spot with volcanic views, fun activities, and sightseeing of wildlife.
It’s easy to see why it is one of the biggest parks in the USA, home to lush forests, hot springs, alpine rivers, geysers, and more.

Why should you visit-
Yellowstone has the highest number of active geysers in the world and offers a glimpse into the mighty forces deep under the earth’s crust, the same forces and the vibrant and spectacular landscapes of that area.
The landscapes range from snaking rivers and lush green valleys to canyons, vast lakes, thundering waterfalls, and lunar scenery.

2. Machu Picchu, Peru

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Without Machu Picchu, a visit to South America is not complete.
This Inca-built fortress is about 8,000 ft above sea level and is a unique experience to reach.
The natural beauty is unmatched in the Andes and Amazon Basin.
You will find a rich landscape and varied flora and fauna when traveling through the clouds.
Make sure that you have a handy camera to capture old buildings, flashy views, and local llamas camels. ⠀
There’s a good cause: it’s stunning totally. Machu Picchu is a kind of amazing place where visitors can rest and catch the feeling.
Everything you see & hear in Machu Picchu is itself, out-of-the-world experience.
No better than to stand on the Hut and Funerary Rock of the Caretaker and take in the view.

Why should you visit-
You’ll find a rich landscape with a diverse flora and fauna

1. Angkor wot,Cambodia

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Angkor Wat in Cambodia is the biggest temple in the world.
This top UNESCO World Heritage Site provides visitors with great insight into the evolution of adventures and how time can change things dramatically.
Angkor City is one of the most significant–and spectacular–archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. 
It was the capital of the prosperous Khmer Empire from the 9th to 15th centuries AD. 
The area is over 100 sq miles surrounded by lush forests and has an almost endless number of temples and monuments.
At sunrise, visit the famed Angkor Wat, dance along with a pool and then go to the Bayon Temple and look at the sculpted sculptures. 
This architectural masterpiece is one of the most visited historic sites in the world and attracts over two million visitors a year.

Why should you visit-
Inside a look into Javan style architecture with beautiful forest around it. 

These sites have such an exceptional natural beauty or cultural importance that they are worthy of humanity’s protection.
It might be a cliché to say that there was never a better time to explore the world’s greatest sites.
There is a list of 1,073 locations and a new lot was added each July, thus protecting their posterity.
It’s a beautiful variety, a lush treat for everyone (naturists to historians).
I hope you agree with my research on the top 10 UNESCO world heritage sites, please share it on Social Media with your friends.

10 Best 7 Star Hotels in World

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It must be a wonderful fantasy for many of us to experience the most excellent luxurious hospitality the world has to offer.
To offer these services, there are many 5-star hotel chains like JW Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton, etc.
The 5-star hotel rating system aims at rating hotels based on their quality and the number of amenities they provide to their guests.
But what if you want more than that?
You must have heard of 7-star hotels that signify opulence and deliver outstanding experiences in hospitality.
Unfortunately, there is no 7-star hotel in the world.
It is a term coined by a journalist who visited the Burj Al Arab opening in Dubai, and who thought the regular five stars did not do justice to its super luxurious hospitality, created the word 7-Star.
What we can learn from the hotels that have seven on the market is that they are a luxurious destination with the sparkling additions you can ever dream.
These hotels listed below are Top 10 most luxurious 7-star hotels in the world:

10. Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur, India

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Lake Palace Taj Lake Udaipur is a luxury hotel located in the center of Lake Pichola, a majestic eighteenth-century whitewashed palace.
The hotel is one of Rajasthan’s highest-ranking 7-star hotels renowned for its elegance and international awards for its unique beauty and architecture.
The Palace was a summer resort for the former ruling King of Udaipur.
Taj Lake palace
The interior has a pleasant view of the hilltop and medieval garden. Bohemian crystals, green lotus leaves, and cuspid arches.
The rooms were spacious, comfortable, and luxurious.
The hotel offers 66 rooms and 17 suites, all of them with Rajasthani royal style interior and a lovely view of the lake.fanciest hotel in the world
A luxurious Spa, three Indian and international restaurants, a small fitness center, a stunning pool deck and a variety of splendid open outdoor areas with lots of seating are also available for your convenience.
Jiva Spa provides massages and beauty treatments of all types.
This is probably the best place to live in the area with its prime location and spacious rooms and facilities.

9. Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris

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This hotel is ideally situated for Paris’ best shopping and overlooks the Eiffel Tower the hotel offers you spectacular views.
In Le Relais Plaza, the European only dior Institut provides exceptional exclusive spa treatments, and limousines for passengers, the Louvre views are also a real treat to visitors at their own ice rink as they present Jazz nights. royal suite
The Suites directly opposite the Eiffel Tower, which are the Crème de la Crème, will certainly love guests at the hotel.
Most requested suites in the hotel are Suit no. 361 and 878.
The 154 rooms and 54 suites, which have an elegant Louis XVI decor, are synonymous with Parisian flamboyance.
Suite no. 878 has contemporary Art Deco style and retro furniture, in browns, beiges and baby blues, 361 features a more classic French-speaking experience.
It comprises a living area, a kitchen, an armchair, and a marble-clad bathroom all of which have a total area of 1400 square feet.
The living room features gray walls and sumptuous moldings to backdrop Louis XIV with rose-pink fabric upholstered chairs, two dark gray sun-drenched sofas, a glass-top cocktail table with details of silver leaves, a black tassel lens and silk curtains.

8. Hotel President Wilson - Geneva, Switzerland

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The hotel is one of Geneva’s most modern locations overlooking the magnificent view of Mont Blanc on Lake Leman.
This magnificent Swiss hotel offers Michelin starred cuisine from the famous Chef Michel Roth, a luxury spa suite with a private Jacuzzi, sauna and Spa La Mer’s signature spa treatments, and a temperature-controlled outdoor swimming pool with spectacular views of the lake.
In fact, the Hotel President Wilson in Geneva is home to the world’s biggest and most expensive suite.most expensive suite
Known as the Royal Penthouse Suite, which takes President Wilson’s top floor.
This Suite costs around $80,000 per night featuring 12 rooms, a huge dining space, executive boardroom, top-quality architecture, private elevator, armored doors, bulletproof window glass, panic room and helipad suitable for a truly iconic celebration while a normal classic room costs $390 a night.
This impressive suite is just like home, and it really deserves the place on this list.
Guests staying in this incredible suite can enjoy other excellent facilities like a grand piano, a billiard table, the world’s largest TV, classical books, works of art and a panoramic view on Lake Geneva.

7. Signiel Seoul, South Korea

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The world’s newest 7-star hotel located in the fifth tallest building in the world, Lotte World Tower makes it, the highest elevated most luxurious hotel in the world.
Being a super luxurious (and costly) hotel in South Korea, Signiel Seoul has quickly established itself a 7-star reputation.
It has Michelin-star chefs for its restaurants and helicopter transportation for its interested visitors.
Even if you don’t have the expense of other hotels mention in this list, here, you’ll get all this experience for an overnight fee of $1,000 in its most luxurious rooms. Luxurious hotel in South Korea
During the visit, guests will have access to Asia’s biggest champagne bar and beautiful views of the cityscape of Seoul.
Besides its extremely comfortable and spacious suites, its fine-dining bar, 342 meters high in the air, its relaxing swimming pool and sauna display the hotel’s finest awesomeness.
Make sure to include this on your next trip to South Korea.

6. Laucala Island Resort, Fiji

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Laucala Island resort is an island is situated in Fiji, which is also the world’s most beautiful private island in the heart of the Pacific Ocean.
We can find this exclusive private island Laucala on 3,500 hectares in the heart of the coconut plantation, sandy beaches, rich green mountains, and amazing, beautiful natural surroundings.
The island is privately owned and transformed into a unique island resort by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschitz.
Laucala also delivers personalized menus, with exotic locations either in the jungle, at a jetty or in the villa, or in private restaurants.
They encourage guests to try one of their traditional Fijian therapies at the spa garden and enjoy a swimming pool next to the huge lagoon. laucala island
The Delana Hilltop Estate Residence may sometimes be offered for $55,000 a night on prior request.
A one-bedroom suite with a private pool and direct access to the beach can cost $6000 per night.
We can find the real distinction of this hotel from the rest from the list in the privacy of resort villas on the northern end of the island. A smooth transition by living unsupervised creates a relaxing and luxurious atmosphere. most luxurious hotels in the world
This could be the nearest 7-star experience for Australians or people through the southern hemisphere.
You can take part in events on the island, including a paddle with a transparent bottom kayak, an underwater submarine ride, or a golf game with a resident specialist.
Amid a fast-running chaotic life, this island is a superluxurious option to relax and experience the Polynesian culture.

5. Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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The hotel recognizes an Arabian fantasy you may have by standing on your own private beach.
Many of the suites by gold furnishings in this hotel are luxurious enough to have the privilege of royal Emirates and global dignitaries.
Private beaches, landscaping pools, 128 specialized kitchens, 114 domes with specialized marble imported from 13 countries and a private marina overlooking the bay which makes the price of a room for $980 per night perfect for a one-lifetime holiday.
The palace ground, which costs over $11,000 per night, is the most expensive option of the Hotel. delux spa
This 7-star Emirati hotel highlights the fascinating heritage of Arabia through its design and architecture.
The hotel with over 394 spacious rooms is big enough to accommodate many guests without compromising service.
It is also surrounded by a beautiful lawn with many ponds covering approximately 85 acres of land.
The luxurious rooms and suites, the superb food, the beautiful pools, and the beaches make for a one-stop holiday. 7 star suites
It looks like a magical realm with the best facilities in the world within your grasp.
The construction of the Emirates Palace is stunningly costly, with a budget of 3 billion US dollars.
The opulence stretches from the floor to the ceilings with twelve computer outdoor fountains, over 1,000 Swarovski crystal chandeliers and a gold-plated coffee vending machine, even if you feel you are short of precious metals.
Gold is not only worn or used in furnishings but also eaten at the Emirates Palace.
From camel burgers to the cappuccino everything is dusted by powdered gold.

4. The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, India

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The fourth best seven-star hotel in the world is Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, and the world’s 8th-winning hotel overall.
This 32-acre luxurious retreat just 20 minutes distance from Jaipur city is a destination for yourself, whether it’s a private villa with a private pool, a wide standard room or a romantic luxury tent with rich wood fittings on grounds which contain hundreds of tranquil sites with many peacocks. Oberoi Hotel
It’s the perfect place to slip into! The accommodations range from luxurious rooms and tents to private villas.
Every teak room with several paintings has a beautiful interior and a traditional exterior Rajasthan theme. designer interior
Best of all, a royal villa with a private swimming pool or villa on the lake is an ideal business meeting point.
The rooms have large windows, complete with sleek interiors and provide beautiful views of the beautiful garden.
Recreated to give a grand fort castle look, the hotel, set in a hilly landscape, also brings a certain beauty and excitement of a different period back to life.
Adorable golden tint colored buildings, orchards, reflection pools, and springs seem to be the tone, while the marble and stone carving fits perfectly into the desert environment of pink city Jaipur.
Standard double rooms are minimalistic, but in the sunken marble bathtubs, which we can gaze at private gardens, are the real standout.

3. Morgan Plaza, Beijing, China

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Morgan Plaza is Beijing’s latest masterpiece is also known as Pangu 7 star hotel and is designed by world-famous Taiwanese architect CY Lee who also designed Taiei-101. 
They inaugurated the five buildings in the year 2008.
This dragon-shaped luxury hotel is at an ideal location for travelers, as it is near one of the world’s largest libraries. 
The reason this hotel is awarded the 7-star title is because of its extremely impressive Sky Courtyard suites. 
There are 12 Sky Courtyards, which are two stories and feature amenities like special pools and retractable glass roofs.
In the Pangu 234 rooms fuse traditional Chinese art with contemporary European glamor according to Feng Shui principles.list of 7 star hotels in world
Standard Rooms have a pretty hand-packed $320 a night (most cost-effective in our 7-star list), but to maximize the most lavish experience, you can book a Sky Courtyard, an outdoor two-story private residence with a rooftop garden, a swimming pool and a glass roof which is Sir David Tang’s artwork.

2. Burj-Al-Arab, Dubai

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As already said above, the concept for a seven-star hotel came to life in Hotel Burj Al Arab.
It’s hard to say exactly what aspect of Burj Al Arab sail-shaped hotel which inspired the term, but it could have had something to do with the comprehensive Rolls-Royce Phantoms available to escort (to receive you from the airport) and 24-Hour butler service.top 10 7 star hotels
In the most popular hotel in Dubai, the décor is as glamorous as its customers, with the space covering over 21,000 square feet in 24K of pure gold leaf.
Helipads, gold-plated bedroom iPads, caviar masks are extravagant as are eight attends for every suite.
Set 280 meters from Jumeirah Beach, this monumental structure is built on a man-made island and the exterior design resembles like sail of a ship.
There are 202 suites the most luxurious of which is the Royal two-bedroom suite, which costs around $27,000 a night. best luxury hotels in the world
This suite has a private elevator, a screening room, a library and an unobtrusive check-in system and Rolls Royce chauffeurs.
Every Suite here has 24-carat gold iPads, designer linen from Egypt, hygiene items, and Whirlpool jacuzzis.
Snookers, stores, cinemas and private elevators are included in the upgraded suites.
Burj Al Arab is the most luxurious hotel in the world with free access to the Wild Wadi water park, a private beach and beautiful panoramic views of the clear turquoise blue Arabian Gulf.

1. Hotel Seven Stars Galleria, Milan

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The Galleria Seven Stars is the only official 7-star hotel in Milan on this list.
The owner hired a company to create a hotel with the highest possible standards according to the European ranking to take the title officially.
It is the most exclusive hotel on this list with only 20 rooms available and you should be very lucky to book a suite.
If you can do it, they can customize the suite to your personal needs as a guest, including bedroom, food, and background music, so that after your long flight to Milan, you can get over Jetlag.7 star hotel in world
For shopaholics, this hotel is an ideal accommodation.
As by a private elevator, you drop straight into the largest and grandest shopping arcade in the world, Italy’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.most luxurious hotels in the world
The rooms and suites both give a magnificent view and make a perfect hideout to relax.
The hotel’s exclusivity is direct access to the world-famous Leonardo da Vinci Museum.
This hotel’s free pet service is exceptional, allowing your pets (if you have) to receive a luxurious treatment with chenille sofas, lunch meats, and teacup sets.

There are many luxury hotel chains who are doing their best to distinguish themselves as 7-stars. 
Name it competition or the essence of luxury, that many 5-star hotels in the world have today have. 
Luxury is top here, facilities and other services are available here in these hotels. 
Entering in their hospitality is like entering into real-life modern heaven. Who knows whether it will inspire and motivate you to complete any task ahead of you? 
Inspiration is always available for you to absorb the work of world-class architectures as it is always said: “art gives birth to another art”.

Top 10 Netflix Series to Binge Watch in 2019

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If you are looking for the Top 10 Netflix series interesting enough to binge-watch this weekend, you are in the right place.
It’s challenging to choose something good to watch, especially from live streaming services like Netflix while going through countless reviews on IMDb.
So, to make your life easier (and hopefully save your time),
I’ve created the list of best Netflix shows for you to choose from and not necessarily released in 2019, some shows in the list are released in 2018 while some in 2017.
My favorite is number 5! What’s yours?
Here are my favorite top 10 Netflix series 2019 list:

10. Maniac

IT’S MULTI-REALITY BRAIN MAGIC SHIT

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Annie Landsberg and Owen Milgrim are one of many participants drawn into the later phases of a secret pharmaceutical experiment. 
Every participant has a different purpose behind taking part in the test — she has depression and is aimless, but focused on broken relationships with her mom and sister. 
While he has been suffering from schizophrenia for a long time.
At early stages, as an essential treatment, experimenters give subjects pills which, the inventor states that it can fix anything about the psyche.
It draws Annie, Owen, and 10 different subjects into a three-day drug trial test and they’re told that it will take care of most their issues, with no complications or symptoms. 
Shockingly, things don’t go as arranged.
My review-
This one of the best drama Netflix series was rather exceptional in bringing on a funny 80s classy fantasy of retro-futurism.
Essentially, the atmosphere made the show.
Every one has been different. There were some special scenes, but some would gradually take you out of the show’s world.
Emma and Jonah performed well in the series. In her hallucinations, Emma easily moves through the different characters she plays.
Released in 2018, but still one of the best Netflix original series holding its position in 2019.

09.Stranger things

show manages to offer great nostalgic entertainment for people who grew up in the early to mid-1980s and love movies like E.T., Poltergeist, and other classics.

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Joyce Byers, who lives in a tiny Indiana town in 1983, inspired by a period when tales of science fiction entertained audiences.
When Joyce’s 12-year-old son, Will, goes missing, she launches an investigation into his disappearance with local police authorities.
They discover a series of uncommon mysteries as they search for answers, involving secret government experiments, unsettling supernatural entities, and a strange little girl.
My review-
Stranger Things has tons of mystery with a blend of 90s nostalgia and horror-humor genre. 
The direction of the plot and it’s playing out a clear and concise narrative with a lot of unanswered questions and then telling all of its pieces, giving us enough clues to make feel satisfied, but holding us back enough to keep the ball rolling. 
Its third season is about to be released soon now released four years ago, but this TV series still holds the ninth position in our list.

08.Peaky Blinders

rich and convincing Netflix TV show of strangely high caliber. A lavish treat for grown-up watchers

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England is a blend of sadness and pleasure in 1919 in the consequence of the First World War. 
Returning soldiers, communists, and groups of hoodlums are battling for survival in a country shaken by financial trouble. 
A standout amongst the most dominant gangs of the time is the Peaky Blinders, kept running by returning war legend Thomas Shelby and his family. 
Thomas has greater goals than running the streets. 
At the point when a case of firearms disappears, 
He perceives a chance to progress in the world since wrongdoings may pay, however authentic business pays better. 
Attempting to free Britain of its criminals is Inspector Chester Campbell, who lands from Belfast to accomplish that aim, and things go bad between two of them.
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Personally, I think this show is best series to watch on Netflix, which was released in 2014 on BBC Two, but still holds the eighth spot in our best TV shows countdown.
Peaky Blinders’ very first scenes, let watchers know they’re in for a feast, as serious-faced Shelby marches through the dull avenues of mid-twentieth century Birmingham on a black horse. 
A thought comes to mind,
Does he want to murder someone? 
Is he looking for a rival or his love? Is he about to wreak havoc on what looks like a rough urban area? 
Nope. He’s doing some superstitious activity, paying to have a spell cast on his horse so he’ll win the horse-race tomorrow. 
Does our protagonist Shelby really believe this spell will make his horse a winner? Nah. He just wants to attract more betting customers towards his horse. 
Peaky Blinders is loaded with scenes like this, which zigs when you expect something and take the drama to a sudden new way. 

07.When they see us

strikes the right chord, portraying the relentlessness of a Not-so-Perfect justice system

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When They See Us is a TV Netflix drama series of how police capture five young men, indicted they arrest them and for raping and, 
nearly pounding the life out of Trisha Meili–“the Central Park jogger”–a young white lady Cops discover her ambushed body that same night these people are busted.
All the underlying signs point to a single attacker having dragged her away from the way into the bushes & there is little evidence against those people.
Yet, when the leader of the DA’s sex wrongdoings unit, Linda Fairstein, hears that they have captured some people somewhere else in the park, a new narrative began to frame.
Police names their night as frenzy, the young men as creatures moving in a pack, hellbent on killing people.
Similarly, as with the early foundation of the young men’s ordinariness, Fairstein and her team are never expressly marked as a racist.
Their preference is basically implanted in each supposition, an inferred understanding among all the white grown-ups that the young men are the undeniable suspects, that they must have done it. 
Fairstein inhales convictions like air and show rotates around it.
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With When They See Us, Director is telling an important story, bringing one of New York City’s most infamous cases of wrongful conviction to life.
The four-episode series of DuVernay is a darkly-filmed story that sometimes feels like a drama in the courtroom and alternates expertly between tense, moving and sometimes lighter-hearted moments.

06.The Umbrella Academy

The story many mysteries and conflict made it highly engaging, with many unexpected turns

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On one day in 1989, 43 newborn children were mysteriously born at random, to unconnected ladies who hinted at no signs of pregnancy before. 
Seven of them are in the foster home of billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreaves, who makes the Umbrella Academy and prepares his “children” to save the world. 
During their adolescent years, however, the family breaks and the group scatters. 
Quick forward to the present, when the six living individuals from the team rejoin upon the news of Hargreaves’ passing. 
They cooperate to tackle a puzzle encompassing their dad’s mysterious death.
But their different personalities and abilities again pull the already estranged family apart, and a global apocalypse is another imminent threat.
The series, based on the collection of comic books made and written by My Chemical Romance lead artist Gerard Way.
My review-
The Umbrella Academy holds the sixth position in our Top 10 Netflix series for a specific reason and that in one word is “Twist”
As someone who likes superhero films, but doesn’t read the comics, this show was (almost) all I hoped for.
Yes, it’s predictable, and yes, it’s comparable to a lot of other superhero TV series playing out there.
However, I will say two twists took me by full surprise for every twist I predicted. It’s been an action-packed, wacky, funny, and mysterious, and, just straight-up weird Netflix show.
Still, I was eagerly awaiting the next episode for answers to the curious questions that after each new episode seemed to pile up. 

05.The Haunting of Hill House

A good dash of traditional horror & mystery

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Dr. James Montague is studying paranormal aspects scientifically. His latest project is researching the bleak Hill House — whose residents have encountered morbid and often untimely deaths over the 80 years since it was built.
He intends to collect individuals who have had psychic experiences for his research;
Two people agree, a young girl who has been taking care of her invalid mom over the past several years, and Theodora, a lively artist.
Luke, the son of Hill House’s present owner, accompanies Dr. Montague and an eccentric and elderly couple — a Mr. and Mrs. Dudley — who serve the house as caretakers.
The group initially has a good enough time for themselves with the food, huge house, and its surrounding woods. But things go catastrophically wrong quickly.
My review-
The only horror genre in our top 10 Netflix TV series list worth mentioning.
It requires only one hour, potentially two, to ping pong between dual timelines — flashback mode and present time — to get a sense of what’s really going on here. 
Speaking of horror, viewers should come for the jump scares and varying bits of creepiness.
Insects crawling out of mouth corpses drastically rising from slabs, spirits ranging from fairly young stuff to ancient crones rotted, suddenly gaping mouths and melting faces — all present and accounted for.

04.Sex Education

light-hearted comedy if you love movies like american pie

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Socially awkward high school student Otis may not have much knowledge in the lovemaking department.
But he gets good guidance on the topic in his personal sex-ed course living with mom Jean, who is a sex therapist.
Being surrounded by manuals, videos and tediously open conversations about sex, Otis becomes an unwilling expert on the subject.
When his classmates learn about his home life, Otis uses his insider knowledge to improve his status at school.
So he teams up with whip-smart bad girl Maeve Wiley to set up a clinic for underground sex therapy to figure out how to deal with the issues of their classmates.
But through his teenage sexuality research, Otis understands he might need some of his treatment.
My review-
I had one big problem with sex education: director did not display a British secondary school as it was supposed to be in sex education. 
It feels more like an American high school, but the plot is set to be in Britain. 
Nevertheless, The mixture of sexual humor and the friendliness of the show reflects the tradition of likewise mixed teen comedies from American Pie to Netflix’s Big Mouth.
Unlike by your expectations, this show is focused foremost, on relationships between parents and children, best friends, older and younger generations, and young individuals who fall in love and out of love.
Overall, good and lighthearted original drama series if you love teen comedy

03.Russian Doll

twisted it into something darker, and at least makes you think that's what you are watching.

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A young lady named Nadia is on a visit to be a guest at a party.
But she is caught in a strange time loop because she repeatedly attends the same event and dies every time at night — only to wake up uninjured the next day as if nothing had happened.
Nadia attempts to find out what’s going on with her and discovers,
Then she discovers that she has to appreciate her own life enough to want to save someone else’s, and Alan (who is also stuck in the loop with her) has to do the same.
Together they are repeating her birthday party and their death after-party in a time-loop, in an endless repeat of the same day.
Both at first refuse to accept their new reality: Her friends & family beg her to be acknowledged, but she doesn’t do it, she does whatever she wants.
As she tries to find a way out of this strange time loop, the situation loop becomes more complicated.
My review-
Russian Doll may be the best thing that Netflix has ever made,
It skillfully tackles some heavy subjects with a proper blend of shades in humor & emotions.
While watching this web series you’ll likely go from stomach aching laughter to tears of very relatable heartbreak in every episode.
You could attempt to kick back and appreciate the zippy jokes and the agonizingly hip soundtrack.
Regarding my opinion, Russian Doll is the best Netflix original series 2019.

02.Mindhunter

If you are interested in behaviour, psychology and how the criminal mind thinks then I highly recommend watching this

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FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany) travel around the U.S. to interview and monitor serial killers. 
They are eventually joined by Wendy Carr (Anna Torv), a Boston University psychology teacher who helps them create a system to categorize the murderers and probably predict future behaviors.
Interviewing criminals who are known serial killers by the investigators to know how they think and profile them in such a manner that they will describe a serial killer in the future.
This is their primary goal and they go about teaching about these serial killers to the others in the nation.
Both of them begin to profile them by speaking to them in the prisons in which they are being kept.
My review-
The show gradually evolves and develops for you, and by exploring the psychology they have also beautifully shown how the Quantico agents coin the word “serial killers” for the very first time.
It’s worth watching, Mindhunter is one of the most artistic, meaningful series on Netflix.
It has none of the cheap, dull quality of the many characteristics of the streaming service, nor does it deal with the traveling, wheel-spinning storytelling of some famous names that are more appropriate as premises than real shows.
It works well as an intense, intellectual crime procedural and it do have all qualities to be on the top spot of this Top 10 list but there is an another show to hold the title for best Netflix Original series.

01.Better Call Saul

Breaking Bad-Walter White & Jesse+New Characters+Humor=Better Call Saul

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Better Call Saul pursues the life of the character Saul Goodman starting around six years before the events of Breaking Bad
In 2002, Goodman, known as James McGill, is an ex-conman attempting to pursue a genuine profession as a hopeful legal counselor in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 
He tries to turn into a partner in the law office in which his more established brother Chuck McGill is a senior accomplice. 
Jimmy’s (Saul’s) work is as often as possible dominated by his past reputation of a con man, and he battles to figure out how to substantiate himself, 
Even with the help of another co-worker in the firm, Kim Wexler, with whom he additionally turns out to be romantically involved. 
In the meantime, Jimmy every now and again deals with Chuck, who professes to have a skin disease, 
A condition that makes him physically sick within the sight of anything with an electrical segment and has made him take an all-inclusive leave from his firm and customary law work. 
Mixed within Saul’s activities are the earlier chronicles of other Breaking Bad characters, including 
Mike Ehrmantraut, an ex-cop who winds up associated with illicit drugs dealing plans, 
and drug lords like Hector Salamanca and Gus Fring, who distribute drugs illegally brought to the territory from Mexico.
My review-
This choice on the no.1 spot in our top 10 Netflix series list was easy for me and I find it very hard exactly what to say about this another Vince Gilligan’s masterpiece
If you are a fan of super-hit 
Breaking Bad, you surely should not miss Better Call Saul.
It follows the same style of storytelling, despite being a spin-off, it stands out with a unique story-line which provides the origin stories of all the people that orbited Walter White.

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Top 10 Most Dangerous Places in the World

Most Dangerous places in the World

It is always important to know about the place you are in when you travel a lot or just go on vacation for a couple of days every time.
In all forms and types, the traveling could sometimes be hazards.
One nation could be torn by war and filled with distressed people. While we might know one for theft and violence on the road.
These are the top 10 most dangerous places in the world to visit in 2020:

10. Gaza Strip

A 25-mile stretch of land is home to around 1.8 million people & is one of the most densely populated areas in the world, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
Although the area is no longer under Israeli occupation, it is still under strict border control.
The Israeli army conducts raids within the area to counter Hamas terrorists (who have support from Arabic Nations) and Salafi jihadists from inside the border who are carrying out attacks toward Israel.
When most brutal conflicts take place, those touring Gaza should remain back from protests and off the roads in the evening.
Areas close to the frontier are susceptible to shooting and airstrikes, while police facilities and public structures are often sites for both terrorists and Israeli operations on a larger scale.
Also, Hamas imposes rigid Sharia law in Gaza, so before arriving in the town, tourists should be familiar with social requirements.
It is because the breaking of laws in Sharia can have harsh punishments. In both ways, this could be one world’s deadliest place.

09. Natal

Natal city is on Brazil’s Atlantic coast.
The city’s sights include beautiful beaches, historic sites, and shopping malls.
It used to be among the best tourist destination in South America.
But in recent years, there are some signs and hazards in this so-called sun town as the eye-catching beaches in the city have become a hub for robberies.
Many cases have been recorded by oceanfront tourists that muggers notice individual people with the camera and precious stuff.
Blackmailing at gunpoint for robbery in some of the worst situations you can face, that’s why authorities suggest walking in a group with a local person will be a better idea.
Police officers also harass tourists to bribe them with fake charges or violations of minor rules. 
Thus, with the regular headlines of gang violence and corruption, the Brazilian city is astonishing.
The city’s murder rate is around 103 per lakh; this way, Brazil is shattering its murder record.
This also involves murder by police officers’ hands. In the latest moments, the amount of rapes and murders of women has also increased.
Natal these days, because of corruption and gangs have become notorious as the new dangerous city in the world if not in South America.

08. Mogadishu

International media often term Somalia the most dangerous country in the world, which is surrounded by violence and war. 
It’s a pirate hotspot and these modern pirates kidnap people and demand ransom in exchange to release.
Somalia’s capital city, Mogadishu has seen decades of war and has only lately started healing.
Unfortunately, there is still unrest because of the Islamist militant group supported by Al-Qaeda, Al-Shabab, as pirates continue to terrorize the region.
The average ransom settlement received by pirates in Somalia between 2005 and 2012 was $2.7 million, according to a report published by Interpol, the United Nations, and the World Bank.
There’s been an estimate of an amount between $339 million and $413 million in total ransom deals taken to the pirates during that period.

07. Iraq

The country has become one of the most dangerous places in the world since the Baghdad attack in 2003.
It’s almost 15 years the country is broken apart from countless wars, corrupt politicians and Islamic terrorists. 
Since 2012, large-scale assaults in Baghdad have been on the rise following a lull in brutality. 
It is a highly volatile scenario, where the risk of a terrorist attack or kidnapping is possible, as many authorities request tourists to stay away from this region. 
“Just not to go there” is a common approach to stay safe in Baghdad, and it is harmful (sometimes deadly) to move outside the safe zone. 
Roadside car bombings in Baghdad and towns such as Ramadi, Fallujah are regular events. 
And while the trends seem to turn against ISIS, the terrorist organization still controls Iraq’s second-largest town, Mosul in 2020. 
But the good news is that ISIS is losing its grip over its opponents.
These opponents include other major terrorist groups, rebels, Kurds, the US, and other nations that have teamed up together to finish it at once.
Even if Islamic State falls, the civil war will continue as these opponents are not all allies of each other. 

06.Helmand province Afghanistan

The Afghan war has become the longest conflict in the history of the United States. 
Not only has the war become more intense over time, but it has become more complex.
Assaults from all sides are getting bigger, more frequent, wider, and much more destructive.
Both powers — the Taliban backed by all regional Islamic terrorists and the Afghan Govt backed by the US/NATO — are trying to get the upper hand.
Both sides are trying in their favor to break the stalemate as each side wants to increase its impact and seize more territory.
Now, to make the matter deadlier,
The rise of the Khorasan branch of the Islamic State in Afghanistan and Pakistan has brought new heights to the level of killings and brutality in 2020.
This new group claimed some of the deadliest attacks, mostly on civilian targets in urban centers.
The Taliban wants to increase its leverage as the concept of peace negotiations has gained momentum and talk from a place of authority at the negotiating panel.
Also, the growing tension between the US and regional powers, particularly Pakistan, Russia, and Iran, has a negative effect.
This international tension made this nation a proxy battleground, labeling it as the most dangerous country in the world to live.
These three nations have been accused by American and Afghan authorities for helping the Taliban to which they reject.

05.Tijuana Mexico

Tijuana is one of Mexico’s fastest-growing cities and is the world’s most frequented border city.
Many Americans travel across the border to this town every day to experience the Mexican culture.
The city’s nightlife, calm bars, spicy food, and hotels add more elegance to it.
The citizens of this city know of the real risks, though. 
An initiative has been made by the US State Department based on the increasing city’s violent crime rate.
Although the town had forever been a safe location, the circumstances have changed a lot now, and Tijuana has become Mexico’s crime point after Juarez.
Many pickpocketers and purse-snatchers have settled their base in public places and beautiful tourist spots.
The city also acts as a place for trafficking in human beings and narco-violence by big Mexican Cartels. 
Tijuana’s most scary fact is the very high murder rate of 101 murders per lakh people.
As in ongoing drug wars, the pace is steadily increasing, and the amount of crimes is also increasing.
Power struggles in the streets is also a reason for the increase in the number of homicides.
The city is a natural gateway to cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, and cannabis trading drugs in the United States.

04. Sana'a Yemen

Because of the continual attacks, assassination, and random bombings, it serves as a battleground for global proxy wars. 
For its unique design, the ancient town of Sana’a has a distinctive architectural element and is one of the tourist spots in the Middle East. 
But is also renowned as one of the world’s most politically volatile locations you’ve ever been able to stay in.
The U.S. State Department advises its people not to travel to the region. 
This is because there is frequent conflict between protesters and government forces as the situation goes out of control within minutes.

03. Los Cabos Mexico

Mexico’s Los Cabos City is a beautiful resort town. 
But in the last years, it is accompanied by several killings, the town has become the world’s number one dangerous city by the murder rate.
It is no longer the status of the city as a peaceful gateway by covering too much violence over the town to which the drug cartels performed a major part.
The number of killings in the town is skyrocketing as time goes on. 
According to recent events, Los Cabos has a homicide rate of 112 per one lakh people. 
In this city, lakes, restaurants, and vacationers are not safe.
The sands of beaches are not safe, as they show the scattered blood spots showcasing the level of slaughter in the city. 
Gang violence is also a significant cause of the city’s increased crime level.
The authorities ensure that tourists are warned beforehand and suggested staying away from the town, given the city’s amazing beauty. 
We can only hope the city will be safer in the long term for everyone.

02. Damascus,Syria

This could be a fighting ground for the entire world, as this crisis has gone beyond jihad vs government matter.
The dispute over the supposed chemical arms assault on rebels by Syrian President Bashar al Assad in the Duma district of Damascus is only the latest chapter in this story.
As a common uprising against a dictatorial regime, the Syrian conflict started seven years ago. 
Before morphing into a chain of proxy wars, this peaceful uprising quickly became a civil war with religious tones added later.
Saudi Arabia and its allies supported the battle against Assad through Sunni militias (terrorists) as Assad is an Alawite Muslim (Offshoot of Shia Muslims, rivals of Sunni Muslims). 
The U.S. attempted to find moderate rebel groups with a small success that it could support and help them.
In Syria, Kurdish groups made deals — first with Assad and later with the U.S. 
Turkey was funding and arming its own militias, partly to preserve influence in a country that was historically part of its empire, partly to combat the Kurds.
Iran and its Lebanese proxy Hezbollah interfered on the side of Assad to safeguard their Shiite religionists from the Sunni forces and to enhance their influence in the region.
To combat Hezbollah and Iran, Israel interfered.
Ultimately, the US and its allies, including Canada, joined immediately to battle the extremists known as Daesh or the Islamic State.
Russia interfered immediately to avoid the collapse of its Middle Eastern ally, the Assad government.
There is a high uncertainty of a direct war between Turkey and U.S. soldiers as Americans are supporting Kurdish groups.
Kurds want a separate nation called Kurdistan and Turkey is prepared to do anything it can to stop this.
Interestingly enough, Turkey and the United States both are members of NATO.
Syria is a disaster as within this tiny nation, there are already enough entrants with conflicting goals to start a Global World War.

01. Venezuela

It all started after Socialist Democratic candidate Hugo Chavez won his first presidential term in 1999.
As with all Socialist Democracies, citizens were happy initially until Venezuela’s economy started its downfall from 2013.
His successor Nicolás Maduro, who unsurprisingly took over the control, precipitated Venezuela’s economic downfall, which ignited an economic crisis.
Naturally, like any other communist government, he refused to give up his presidential seat, which ultimately led to total collapse
According to the Venezuelan Violence Observatory, this country has been in a state of crisis for years, grounded in political unrest, mass protests, water, medication shortages, rising drug trafficking and has one of the highest murder levels in the globe.
Venezuela’s insecurity highlights a bigger pattern in Latin America and the Caribbean, suffering from ever-high rates of insecurity.
Collectively, over the previous two years, the area has had the lowest ratings for law and order.
According to the study, 42% of Venezuelans had stolen property or money in 2017, and almost 25% of Venezuelans were assaulted, one of the highest attack rates in the world.
While nearly 70% of individuals surveyed were confident in their local police across all 142 nations, that amount dropped to 24% for Venezuelans.
Only 17% of Venezuelans felt secure at night when compared to the 68% world average.
The crisis is so severe that people are forced to eat rotten meat.
Venezuela undoubtedly is the most dangerous place in the world in 2020, which you should avoid visiting at any cost.

As long as there is a lack of empathy & selfishness, there will be a crime and this factor makes these locations deadlier.
This is my reason what’s yours? 
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