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Exploring Milan's Classical Music Scene

After a day of visiting galleries, shopping, and an exclusive dinner at one of the city's renovated Michelin starred restaurants, why not venture a little further from your Milan center hotel for a touch of classical entertainment? Milan boasts a plethora of world-class opera homes and theaters, many of which …

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Fun for Families in Rome: Do not Miss These Highlights

When you head to Rome on your family holiday, there are plenty of fun attractions to every member of your group busy. Fiumicino airport transfers are easy to arrange and will get you into the city quickly; once you've booked into your hotel you can get out to begin exploring. …

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Broadway Lights Up the 2007 Holidays

New Yorkers and holiday visitors are breathing a collective sigh of relief, now that Broadway producers and stagehands reached an agreement that lit the lights on Broadway once again. The good news is not only for the theaters, but for the restaurants as well, since they were all hurt by …

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Baralt Theater in Venezuela

Venezuela is a place rich in cultural and artistic heritage. Venezuela has significant cultural traits of African and Spanish who migrated to this place ages ago. The architecture in Venezuela has great importance to the world. The Universidad central de Venezuela is also situated in Venezuela, which is a famous …

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About Salvador Dali – Posters and Prints

In the morning of May 11, 1904, Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali I Domenech was born at Figueres, Spain which is a small agriculture town located at the foothills of Pyrenees 16 miles from the French border. He is the son of a well-known notary where his childhood was mostly spent …

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A Brief History of the Pantheon in Rome, Italy

The original Pantheon, meaning "Every god" was built in 27-25 BC by Marcus Agrippa as a temple to all the Gods of Ancient Rome but nowdays a pantheon can refer to any monument that honors the dead. It was then burnt down in 80 AD and then rebuilt in 125 …

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Wedding Fashion '09

It's that time of year again when the wedding invitations start to drop through the letterbox. The first thought to pop into your mind is 'What on earth am I going to wear?'. Of course, everyone will be looking at the blushing bride and focusing on her apparel, but you …

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Things to Do in San Jose, The Capital of Costa Rica

When visiting San Jose, Costa Rica, there is such a vast number of attractions and sights, it would be nearly impossible to visit all of them in a vacation trip. There are more than a few that you definitely would not want to miss. The National Theater (Teatro Nacional), constructed …

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San Francisco – The Golden Gate and Much More

Last summer I visited San Francisco for the first time and I was really pleased of the experiences I had during my vacation. I'm sure every time you hear the city name you will basically only refer to the Golden Gate Bridge. And I do not blame you, I used …

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Explore Palermo – The Eclectic Capital of Sicily

Renting one of the many fabulous villas in Sicily will offer an excellent base from which to explore this fascinating Italian island. Book with a recommended company and you will be able to choose from a range of authentic villas, carefully selected for their comfort, location and potential. There are …

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