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Montserrat – A Rocky Ensemble

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There are many reasons to visit Montserrat. It could be religious, musical, architectural, historical, ‘must see; must do,’ discovery, hiking, rock climbing, or just good old fashioned sightseeing. Whatever your compulsion you will be gratified and probably get more than you expected.

Montserrat in Catalan literally means "saw (serrated as the teeth of a handsaw) mountain."  They are the handy [...] Continue Reading…

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Tomorrowland Music Festival 2013, Belgium

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Tomorrowland is a massive electronic music festival that occurs in the town of Boom, Belgium, since 2005. Organised by ID&T, Entertainment and Media Enterprise, this 3-day music festival – described ‘A trippy technicolour fantasy’ – is amongst the biggest electronic and dance festivals in Europe. You’ll have the world’s biggest DJs playing to the world’s best crowd in this [...] Continue Reading…

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Boryeong Mud Festival 2013, Seoul

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The Boryeong Mud Festival is an annual festival that takes place at Daecheon Beach in Boryeing for over a period of two weeks in the month of July. Boryeing is a town that’s located around 200 km south of Seoul, South Korea.

Every year, more than 3 million visitors – in and out of Korea – descend to the beach [...] Continue Reading…

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Pflasterspektakel Festival 2013, Austria

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The Pflasterspektakel (pavement spectacle in German) is a very popular street art festival celebrated annually in Linz, the capital of Upper Austria. It is truly a world-leading art festival with participants coming from more than 30 countries.

The festival is a 3-days event that takes place every second half of July – with artists performing at around 40 locations throughout [...] Continue Reading…

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Saint Simeon Monastery Tour

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The Saint Simeon Monastery is now an abandoned site that is located on the west bank of the Aswan. It is a remarkable collection of ancient buildings that sit in the middle of nowhere. The stone and mud-brick of the surviving walls and buildings blend in with the surrounding dramatic landscape.

The Saint Simeon Monastery is known locally as Anba [...] Continue Reading…

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10 Facts about Bastille Day and its Celebration

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Bastille Day —celebrated on 14 July—is a special day for France as it symbolises the beginning of democracy and freedom of the people. It is the French National day and is called La Fete Nationale in French.

The Bastille is a medieval fortress and prison in Paris. On July 14, 1789, an outraged group of Parisians stormed the Bastille. This [...] Continue Reading…

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Algarve Safari Tour

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Taking a jeep or 4×4 buggy safari through the Algarve feels like you are bumping along some remote dusty North African desert region. That sensation is in the name too. Algarve is a translation from the Arabic meaning “the West.” The Algarve is at the southern tip of Portugal and you could be forgiven for thinking that you were [...] Continue Reading…

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San Fermin Festival in Pamplona, Spain

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The fiesta of San Fermin is a deeply-rooted celebration —held from 6 to 14 July every year—in the city of Pamplona, Spain. It is celebrated in honour of Saint Fermine, patron of Navarra, and is locally known as Sanfermines.

The festival is a celebration of many traditional and folkloric events including the most popular encierro, or 'the running of the [...] Continue Reading…

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British Summer Time Hyde Park

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We aren’t even done nursing the hang-over from the Glastonbury festival yet, but there’s gonna be another exciting mini-festival at London’s Hyde Park already! How about 10 awesome days of music and entertainment?! Yep, that’s right; be prepared – for there will be entertainment galore over back to back weekends!

Barclaycard presents the first-ever British Summer Time Hyde Park – [...] Continue Reading…

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White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia

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St. Petersburg – the city that never sets. At least not in the summer.

Being located in one of the world’s most northern cities, it means that the city never really gets dark during the months of June and July. You can walk about between 10pm to 5am without ever needing a street light! Talk about an ideal setting for [...] Continue Reading…

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