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We believe that the whole world, every corner of it, is beautiful as long as we see it as it is and not with our prospective.

Mission Statement 

At Explorer's Edition, We shall motivate people to explore the world through our blog post. We shall help them see behind the curtains of opinion, to see the really picture, untouched without manipulation. We shall empower our readers with the cultural footprints which make up our world as we know it.

Our Motto 

Traveling is very individualistic. It's like an abstract painting where one's imagination creates The Art. We understand that so we provide our readers with a glimpse of the World and advise them to explore and create an image of that place we call Earth.



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