Welcome to Sophie’s World – a blog about the world’s curious and often unsung corners. And travel with kids. Perhaps unusually for a travel blog, the kids often share their take, too.
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Here at Sophie’s World, we aim to inspire you with stories, perhaps most especially from places that may be less familiar. We’re intrigued by the more remote and often unsung spots on this planet. In 123 countries so far.
Other interesting and somewhat remote outposts we’ve been fortunate to experience include Arctic Svalbard, the Faroe Islands, Norfolk Island, the five lesser-known Arab emirates, the Azores, the Caucasus, and the obscure non-country Transdniestr. Lately, Central Asia has been in focus, a thoroughly fascinating part of the world.
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Discover UNESCO’s World Heritage on Sophie’s World
Curious about the world’s very special places, those that have outstanding universal value, that needs to be specially preserved for generations to come? We’ve covered many sites on all six continents (no sites in Antarctica yet) – sometimes in cooperation with UNESCO.
This is the stuff wish lists are made of, so hop on over to our UNESCO pages.