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I'm an European traveller and author of travel guides to Paris holidays along with French monuments, tourist attractions and much more to help others get the most out of a holiday in Paris.

24 yrs, Female, Single
Website development and marketing
Paris, France
2 weeks ago in Rowley Regis, England, United Kingdom
Firdous Kambay
"The Stories of the romance of Kashmir are loving…”
- Firdous Kambay,  
I'm interested in promoting my business, share my travel expertise, find new friends, networking (b2b) and just curious.

My Photo Souvenirs

Panoramic Of Ile De La Cite Island
140 photos, 742 views
Statue Within The Tuileries
48 photos, 495 views
Different Locks On The Bridge Of Love
36 photos, 420 views

My Travel Lists

Have Been Here55 places, 220 views, 1 shared
  • Luxembourg Palace
  • Pont au Change
  • Bassin de l'Arsenal
  • Parc De Bercy
  • Pont au Double
  • Paris Austerlitz
  • Musée Curie
  • Grande Arche
  • Musée Grévin
Want To Go3 places, 197 views
  • Pont au Change
  • Bassin de l'Arsenal
  • Paris

Additional Info

I'm Kate, part of the EUtouring team. I love to travel and my favourite destination is Paris, where I hope to help others with providing information on places to go, visit and stay while there. The famous Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Trimophe and many more unusual yet unknown places such as the Wall for Peace, Bridge of Love, Grand Palais and more! I love to share and help with information about Paris, travel guides and what to see while on a holiday in Paris People who love to visit and see the different sights and learn about the city as they go.

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Firdous Kambay
The Stories of the romance of Kashmir are loving woven into its snow-clad mountains and crystalline streams, in its lavish gardens and luxurious houseboats on Nagin lake and shikaras on Dal Lake, in the saffron fields of pampore and the alpine meadows of Sonmarg in its autumn-tinted Chinars grown by homesick Central Asians and its floating MARKETS on the Jehlum River, its spirituality lies deeply stamped in its numerous shrines and temples. Its peripatetic history is colorfully documented in its glacial passes and monuments, in its picturesque towns and villages and its multi-racial populace. There have been different versions of the legend behind the name of Kashmir. It is said that the great saint Kashyap Rishi went on a pilgrimage to the place. When he reached Naukabandan near Kaunsarnag, at the request of the people he killed Bahudev, the giant of Satisar and let the water of the lake flow out near Baramulla. Thus, the place came to be known as Kashyapmar or the some other historia
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