Would love to come here! This secluded paradise, with its sandy beaches and crystal clear warm water, is believed to have formed decades ago when it was used as target practice by the Mexican Government prior to World War I in the early 1900s.
Church of the Savior on the Blood was erected as a memorial in 1907 by Alexander III at the very spot where his father was killed. Since 1918, was used as a cult object. The church had no value, no artistic or historical and was empty for a long time. During World War II, it was turned into a morgue. In 1971 was taken over by St Isaac's Cathedral & began its restoration & opened it to the public in 1997.
Once governed by the Nizams of India, #Hyderabad is a fascinating place to visit - elaborate palaces, grand architecture and intriguing monuments, including the Qutub Shahi tombs, Chowmahalla Palace and Golconda Fort, and is the gateway to the ancient sites of the Deccan era.