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jogintas' Best Locations

Completing our last of our featured travel trio for the celebration of our 3000th Location, take a peek at the surreal life of jogintas!

Great job, guys! We have reached a whopping total of 3000 Locations and have started the count to 4000! Through the community’s submissions, we’ve set up our very own travelogue that caters to everyone’s needs and tastes, from the usual and required tourist destinations to off-kilter sites that won’t be on any book in your library! Reaching this big achievement of 3000 location entries from you (thank you!), let’s all take a look back at the gems that jogintas have given us. Here’s 10 of his submissions in no particular order. Enjoy!

Want to share your travels with us as well? Immerse us in your world and submit your locations here but please don’t forget to check out the guidelines first!

The Dead Sea, Israel – There’s no fear of drowning here as you’ll always float in the Dead Sea!

St Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna – Check out one of the most important buildings of religion in the heart of Vienna – St. Stephen’s Cathedral!

Lithuania’s Deepest Lake – Make sure you have your life vest and flotation devices nearby as this is Lithuania’s deepest lake!

Riverside of Cologne, Germany – Beautiful, photogenic buildings all around are yours for the taking at Cologne!

Vlkolínec, Slovakia – One of the UNESCO heritage sites, Vlkolínec is one of the last best kept secrets in the world today.

Chocolate Museum, Germany – Loosen up your belt. Enjoy an expedition through 3,000 years of chocolate history, either in reality by coming to the Chocolate Museum in the heart of Cologne

Masada, Israel – Listen in to the Roman legends and the secrets the walls will whisper to you in Masada!

Jericho, Israel – Pay a visit to the lowest and oldest city in the world

Koln Cathedral – The Koln Cathedral is a massive, massive piece of architecture that is now part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites.

The Sea of Galilee – The sea of Galilee is largest freshwater lake in Israel and at the same time, is the lowest freshwater lake on Earth

written by cruzron


  1. life_on_mars


    мои поздравления ман )))

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  2. vicuna


    oh yes, great selection of locations!! I really appreciate all the Israel locations! great job jogintas! :)

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  3. azurblue


    You're right vicuna, jogintas offered us great locations. I really liked the Lithuanian's ones too. Congrats jogintas !

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  4. -a-l-b-e-r-t-o-


    I remember most of them great

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  5. stouf


    He's a location beast !!! Grrrreat lomos !

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