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Dublin Writers Museum

Boasting its rich literary heritage, Dublin is the home of the renowned Writers Museum. The Dublin Writers Museum, located on Parnell Square North Dublin, is based in a large and restored eighteenth ..
(September 19, 2008)
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The Glasgow Cathedral

With a population of about 600000, Glasgow is the Scotland's largest city. It is believed the city was originally founded by Saint Kentigern commonly known as St. Mungo who was a missionary in ..
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The National Art Museum of Catalonia

MNAC, short for The National art museum of Catalonia, Standing at a perfect position on Montjuic hill, Barcelona, Spain, prides itself on a wealth of historic and modern art objects. The name ..
(September 05, 2008)
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Five Best Hotels in Amsterdam

Located in the west of the country, Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands. Accommodating around 750000 citizens makes it the largest city in the country. Having a wealth of historic sites and ..
(September 08, 2008)
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Prague Castle, The Absolute Must-See in Czech

Built in 870, the Prague Castle has been expanding into the biggest ancient castle in the world. The castle encloses two churches and four palaces along with other structures. It was expanded and ..
(September 09, 2008)
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Vincent Van Gogh's Life, Works and Death

Born on 30th of March, 1853 in Groot Zundert, a small town in the Brabant, the southern Netherlands - Holland at the time - Vincent Van Gogh was destined to become the most popular post-impressionist .
(September 04, 2008)
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Experiencing the Florentine Renaissance

Florence is perhaps best known for the being the site of the Renaissance. This important period in history paved the way for a rebirth of the arts, architecture and literature in Italy and spread ..
(August 27, 2008)
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Fun and Excitement at the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta

Bristol is considered to be the world's centre for ballooning. Because of its reputation for producing some of the world's largest and most durable balloons, it is not a surprise that it also hosts ..
(August 27, 2008)
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Celebration of the Written Word at the Folkestone Literary ..

Folkestone was a small village in 1066 composed mainly of fishermen and farmers who were cultivating the lands owned by the church at Canterbury. The town was so small that during the reign of Queen ..
(August 27, 2008)
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Quintessential English - Be Charmed by Harrogate

Harrogate is located in North Yorkshire, in England. Largely a spa town, it is one of the most picturesque places in England that still retains its Victorian charm. Pretty is the best word to ..
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Liverpool Teems With Arts and Culture

The Beatles’ nest- Liverpool, is regarded as one of the top tourist spots around the globe. If you are planning to go on a splendid adventure to explore culture, then Liverpool should be on the .
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Liverpool is Europe's Capital of Culture For 2008

Being Europe's Capital of Culture this 2008 is not a small job. Liverpool, this year's acclaimed culture capital stands now as an ultimate host for a hundred and one exciting events that will leave ..
(August 27, 2008)
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Gatwick Airport

Gatwick airport is located in Crawley, West Sussex three miles north of London's town center and 40km north of Brighton. Gatwick is the second largest airport in the UK and the seventh busiest ..
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Why Many People Choose Cambridge University

The city of Cambridge is a university town and the administrative centre of the county of Cambridgeshire, England. It is located around 80 km north of London and is surrounded by smaller towns and ..
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The Dublin Castle And Its Courtyards

The Dublin Castle is among the most important structures in Ireland. In 1210, it was built on the orders of the first Lord of Ireland, King John. Over the years, the Dublin Castle has evolved from a ..
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The Walsall Leather Museum and The Tradition That Made it ..

Walsall is a huge industrial town located in the West Midlands of England. It is exceptionally popular because the saddles and leather products that the townspeople make are simply the worlds finest. .
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