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When we think about Asia, we think about history; that's how we'll start today. Our first stop will be in Taipei, to check the immense collection at the National Palace Museum. After that we land in a city called Aqaba in Jordan - can you imagine wandering on streets dated back to pre-biblical times? Our last selection takes us to the Mengwi Royal Temple in Bali, a place full of culture and color. Enjoy!

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**National Palace Museum in Taipei // Nationales Palastmuseum in Taipeh **
written by @vieanna

The world's largest and most valuable collection of Chinese artworks can be found not in China, but in Taiwan. The National Palace Museum in the north of Taipei has around 700,000 finds and artifacts, only a fraction of which are on display. The collection encompasses cultural objects from 7,000 years of Chinese art.

Jordan Series - Adventuring In The Forgotten History
written by @doskinas

The night after landing in Jordan took us all the way to Aqaba a city with a history dating back to pre-biblical times, when the town used to be called Ayla. The archaeological excavations revealed a settlement predating 4000 BC. However, this period is largely unknown due to the absence of written historical sources.

A visit to the Mengwi Royal Temple
written by @rayshiuimages

So on a dreary afternoon, we ventured to the Mengwi Royal Temple, also known as the Taman Ayun Temple in Bali, Indonesia. Other than being a huge and well landscaped complex, this temple complex hosts the altar reserved for the royalty of Mengwi.

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