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Claude Monet house, Giverny, France

The fairytale garden of Monet

If you are one the people who while admiring a beautiful painting you dreamed of being a part of it, then you have to visit the house and gardens of the famous painter Claude Monet in Giverny province in northern France. The founder of Impressionism and famous for its dreamy landscapes that were reflected in […]

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The Alexander, Lobby

Art and Travels

There are some hotels that are beyond the traditional decoration and sometimes more resemble museums than hotels, while the artwork view is impressive and rare. It goes without saying that staying in such specific areas can only be memorable to the visitor will have the opportunity to stay even for one night. The Alexander Hotel […]

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Jumeirah Mosque

The most popular mosques of the world

Today we intend to do a tour of the world’s most important mosques. Pack your bags and enjoy a spiritual and mystical experience in any of the following scenarios we have listed for you. The Sheikh Lotf Allah Mosque (Iran): A genuine work of Iranian culture itself dating from the Safavid dynasty (sixteenth century). It […]

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Vigeland Park Pillar

Oslo | Vigeland Park Historical curiosities

One of the places that most impressed me about my trip to Oslo was undoubtedly Vigeland Park. While I knew that in the Norwegian capital was a place where some peculiar sculptures with realistic human figures were exposed, I did not know it was actually a large outdoor park, one of the largest in the […]

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East Side Gallery Zipper

Berlin | East Side Gallery artistic expression in the old wall

One of the themes of your trip to Berlin is undoubtedly the ancient wall that separated the western part of the city of the German Democratic Republic, which became one of the places to visit in Berlin. But did you know that almost all of the Berlin Wall was torn down immediately from November 9, […]

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Washington Air and Space Museum entrance

Four reasons to visit the Museum of Air and Space in Washington

When you get to Washington on your journey down the east coast of the United States, you will have the opportunity to tour the famous Grand Avenue National Mall, home to most of the museums of the Smithsonian Institute. Among them is the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum which is by far the most […]

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Tarazona Town

An artistic visit to the Cathedral of Tarazona

It’s time to access the main nave of the cathedral. You’ll unequivocally notice the Gothic structure particularly in the head but you see it decorated with a mix of architectural styles. From the Gothic to the Baroque through the Moorish and Renaissance. It is certainly at the top where it has the largest architectural wealth, […]

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Covadonga

Being one with the past in Asturias | Tito Bustillo and Covadonga

Asturias, the very northern region of Spain, has a rich patrimony if you want to meet past, culture and nature in the same nostalgic point. The magic starts when you go to Ribadesella to visit the caves, considered part of the best archeological discoverings of all Europe. There are a total of eight caves, in […]

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Snowy Freiburg

Switzerland | Discover the charm of the medieval district Freiburg

Given the choice, when looking for charming corners I recognize that most people tend to like small towns than large cities such as London, Rome or Paris. In this regard the city of Freiburg located on the border of the German and French linguistic in Switzerland, so in practice the population is bilingual, has a very […]

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Gaudi´s Buildings

Barcelona without Gaudí is not Barcelona | Art

To be honest, the main reason for tourists to visit Barcelona it’s not because “Spain is different” but for the architecture and wacky creations of one of its most famous architects: Antoni Gaudí. This architect had a powerful imagination ahead of his time that projected in many creations before his accidental death hit by a […]

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