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#SagaAsia | Bagan, the city of the 2000 temples

#SagaAsia | Bagan, the city of the 2000 temples

We left China at the end of January 2020, as they closed one by one the borders that we were crossing. Until we finally got to Myanmar (Burma). We touched down in Mandalay and, after a few moments of traveling, we entered Bagan, the city of temples and a World Heritage Site.

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October 9, 1820, Independence of Guayaquil

October 9, 1820, Independence of Guayaquil

Inspired by the revolutionary movements brewing around America, in 1814 José de Antepara, José Joaquín Olmedo and José de Villamil arrived in Guayaquil to promulgate among the people of Guayaquil, not only rooting for a change in authorities, but to change the political and social structure of America.

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#SagaAsia | A movie-like town at the foot of the Great Wall

#SagaAsia | A movie-like town at the foot of the Great Wall

This is what we came for, in China. The big Wall. I considered several times skipping this tourist part of China because, due to its fame, there's a deeply rooted imaginary and I did not think that living it would change it that much. But I was wrong. We got to the Great Wall in Simatai from a small town that looked like a movie studio, the Water Town of Gubei.

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#MySaga | October 12, Day of…

#MySaga | October 12, Day of…

Do you know what is celebrated on October 12 around the world? Is it really a celebration that considers the history of Latin America? Today in #MiSaga, what should we consider in this commemoration.

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