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10 Best Northern Ireland Landmarks for History and Culture

History and Culture of Northern Ireland: Best Landmarks More than just wild scenic beauty, Northern Ireland has a rich cultural history. Some of the world’s best travel writers have come up with a list of the top cultural and historical landmarks in Northern Ireland for you to visit on your next trip. From ancient ruins …

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Travel to Croatia: 7 tips for your first trip

Why You Should Travel to Croatia Croatia’s Dalmatian coastline is considered the Central European Riviera. Thousands of people travel to Croatia spurred on by their love of the Game of Thrones and in the process of falling in love with this beautiful country and its rich culture and history. Tourism in Croatia has grown in …

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Where to See the Best Athens Street Art

The word graffiti might have a Greek origin, but the work of graffiti artists in its current form is a relatively new development in the ancient city of Athens. Drifting over from New York in the 1990s, street art in Athens soon blossomed into a deep and complex subculture, one which allowed those living on the margins to express …

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Cambodian temple of Angkor Wat: 1 & 2 day itineraries

The Angkor Wat Cambodian Temple Site When the sun rises over the Angkor Wat temple site the mystical nature of this famous Cambodian Temple, the largest religious monument in the world, becomes immediately apparent. Located in Siem Reap, Cambodia, over 2.6 million visitors arrive every year to see this UNESCO World Heritage site. In the …

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Down Cathedral and Saint Patrick’s Grave

Parish of Downpatrick It’s just not possible to read about the history and culture of Ireland and Northern Ireland without invoking the ghost of Saint Patrick. An easy day trip from Belfast takes you to Downpatrick parish and the historic town of Downpatrick. Here you can visit Down Cathedral (a church of Ireland Cathedral), the …

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Indonesian Food: Culture through Food in Java

Indonesian Food, Culture and Community 17,508 islands, 300 ethnicities, and a long history of trade with the Middle East, China, India, and Europe: Indonesia and Indonesia cuisine is a melting pot of culinary influences and ingredients! The most populous island in the Indonesian archipelago is Java with over 150 million people squeeze onto this volcanic …

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Sunrise Bagan: The Best Ways and Places to Experience It

Sunrise Bagan The vastness of the Bagan plain, an area of 40 square miles, with over 10,000 pagodas constructed over 250 years, is hard to visualize. And that’s not including the 3000 teak monasteries that once stood among the temples! If you are on the ground in Bagan, you can see Pagodas and Temples everywhere …

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Why You Should See Newcastle’s Angel of the North Statue

A Tribute to Newcastle’s People and History Is Gateshead’s Angel of the North statue a lump of scrap metal by the side of the road or a towering guardian of our hopes and wishes? In just over 20 years, Britain’s largest sculpture has become the most loved piece of public art in the country. One …

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Discover Canberra’s Hidden Sculpture Garden

Discover Canberra’s Hidden Sculpture Garden

Introduction A beautiful and inspiring hidden sculpture garden lies between Canberra’s Lake Burley Griffin and the National Gallery of Australia. It is one of my favorite Canberra attractions. But like everything in Canberra, you need to be a local to find the hidden places where there is life, beauty, works of art, and, well, people! …

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