Tag: Europe
June 3, 2020
Where Can You Travel to During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

With all of the lockdowns taking place all over the world and national borders being closed, traveling is not really something possible at the moment - or so it would seem. As things look better in some countries, in order to save their economy, some states have decided to open their borders for tourism in […]

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June 3, 2020
3 Art Museums in Europe That You Can Visit From Your Home

The same way you can explore space from your own home using a telescope, as explained in this article, you can now have virtual museum tours from your most comfortable place, your home. Actually, you can visit them from wherever you want to, because having a simple internet connection will allow you to feel like […]

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February 23, 2020
In which region of Greece should you charter yachts?

  Greece is next to Croatia the most popular yacht charter destination in this part of Europe. The reason for this is excellent weather, very good sailing conditions and a beautiful landscape. White houses scattered over the hills, clean and charming beaches, crystal clear water and a unique Mediterranean climate makes more and more people […]

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February 5, 2020
Four Factors to Keep in Mind When Deciding Where to Study Abroad

Choosing to study abroad can be a very exciting decision and there’s plenty to think about. If you know that you’d rather go overseas to get your degree, then you can expect to be opened up to a whole new world of experiences, getting to know a different culture while seeing more of the world […]

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June 15, 2015
Gerard Butler's New York House - Architecture

Scottish Actor Gerard Butler's Unique House Gerard James Butler is a Scottish actor who has appeared on film, stage, and television. A trained lawyer, Butler turned to acting in the mid-1990s with small roles in productions such as Mrs. Brown. Thirteen-foot-tall mahogany doors with a knocker that could summon the dead. A ceiling fresco depicting […]

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July 22, 2014
Gordon Ramsay's Los Angeles House

Gordon Ramsay and His Chef's Kitchen in His New House Food Network star Gordon Ramsay has finally crossed the pond from UK to set foot in LA. He is not only a TV superstar but he is an extremely successful restaurateur with top-of-the-line restaurants in mostly Europe. His TV shows are known to be extremely […]

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July 21, 2014
Courtney Love's New York House

Courtney Love's Overly Dramatic House in New York Courtney Love is an America singer, song writer, musician, and and artist. She was born in California in 1964 and grew up in hippie communes throughout Oregon and Europe including New Zealand. When she turned 16 she became legally emancipated in order to travel throughout Europe. She […]

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January 8, 2014
Stalin's Seven Sisters in Moscow

Stalin's Seven Sisters building is a nickname given to the building in Moscow Russia. The building is a prime example of Stalinist Architecture. The building was constructed in the prime of Stalin's power from 1947-1953. The building is also nicknamed the "Wedding Cake" because of it's tiered architecture. The architecture under Stalin's power was unique […]

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January 1, 2014
Strange Architecture - Atomium, Brussels Belgium

The Atomium building was created for the 1958 Brussels World's Fair. The overall design replicated a single unit cell of an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times. Lifts and escalators give access to the five bubbled areas where there is exhibits and public spaces for enjoyment. The top sphere provides a great panoramic view of Brussels. The […]

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December 26, 2013
History and Pictures of Paris, France

History Of Paris, France Paris is the capital and largest city of France. It is located on the Seine River in the north end of the country. The city has 2.2 million people in it as of 2009. Its whole metropolitan area consists of over 12 million people. By the late 12th century, Paris had become […]

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December 21, 2013
Most Beautiful Airports World Wide

Terminal 3, Beijing International Airport Terminal 3 was opened just in time for 2008 Olympics. The building itself covers 2 miles making it one of the largest buildings in the world. The shape is supposed to represent a dragon, being a symbol of bravery and fierceness in China. Architects Foster + Partners managed to create […]

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November 7, 2012
A Photo Tour of Google’s Data Centers Around the World

Google released a massive gallery of pictures of their Data Centers around the world. In an effort for greater transparency, Google also published a guided tour on YouTube and even a Street View tour of their data center in Lenoir, North Carolina. With 13 data centers around the world (7 in the Americas, 3 in […]

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September 21, 2012
Photo Montage Reveals Europe's History Mixing With Present

Europe's war-torn history is certainly not all that far from the present. This becomes strangely clear in "Ghosts of History," a collection of haunting images that overlay pictures from France throughout World War II with present-day photographs of the same areas. There are several urban legend stories that recount how millions of soldiers that lost […]

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