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Top Things to do in London

Top Things to do in London

London is the one of the world’s oldest capitals and has hundreds of attractions that have come up over time in its rich history. Here are the best ways to enjoy your experience in this great city. Ride the Thames The River Thames cuts across the heart of London from Westminster to Greenwich. Enjoy the Thames ...

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Top Things to do in Rome

Top Things to do in Rome

The ancient capital of the Roman Empire offers plenty in historical sights. For the religious, it is also the center of the Catholic Church and the home to many beautiful churches. See the Pantheon This is the oldest surviving whole building from the Roman Empire. Admire its marble works that are drenched by ...

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Top things to do in Madrid

Top things to do in Madrid

The Spanish capital is a colorful mix of art and culture with hundreds of attractions for any tourist. Museo Del Prado Also known as the saints and sinners museum, it is home to over 9,000 artworks. You will find pigs in nuns’ habits and the Virgin Mary suckling saints, among many other intriguing artworks. ...

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Things To Do in Amsterdam

Things To Do in Amsterdam

One of the best known cities in the world for hedonism, Amsterdam is a mix of business and pleasure that will not disappoint the avid tourist. Visit the Van Gogh museum See a wide compilation of the world renowned artist. Go on a Friday night and get involved in the museum’s workshops and performances. See ...

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Things To Do In Paris

Things To Do In Paris

Known as the city of love and lights, Paris will charm you with its hundreds of sights for the eager tourist Get your Wanderlust on Paris is just as interesting in any direction you set on. Go to the Montmartre to experience the intellectual air of its artsy cafes, once frequented by celebrities such as Picasso ...

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Architecture: Mapping Mies van der Rohe's Seminal Works

Architecture: Mapping Mies van der Rohe's Seminal Works

Party on, Mies. Overlay by Amy Schellenbaum An influential early modernist, one time director of the Bauhaus, and developer of the International Style, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe would have turned 127 today, had he not passed away in 1969, of course. By way of celebration, there's a map of his seminal works below, but ...

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