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Metamorphosis in Prague

Metamorphosis in Prague

It was Oct. 17, 1989, and I was driving up from my home in Budapest to Warsaw, and was stopping off in Prague. That afternoon I met photographer and translator Jaroslav Koran, translator Michael Zantovsky (who had trained as a psychologist and was now filing for Reuters), along with writer ...

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CHEAP FLIGHT ALERT: AirAsia is selling return tickets to Europe for $199

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The way ahead: tailored travel plans

The way ahead: tailored travel plans

Global tourism is trending towards reliance on tailor-made experiential products to capture rapid changes in traveller behaviour amid digital transformation. Tailor-made experiential and sustainable tourism are growing trends. Pattarapong Chatpattarasill Experts say it’s vital for operators and tourism-related agencies to adjust and embrace new challenges if they hope to survive in ...

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Masonic Lodge Museum – Salamanca, Spain

Masonic Lodge Museum – Salamanca, Spain

In the old city of Salamanca, inside a small museum about the Spanish Civil War in the National Historical Archive building, you can find a strange area dedicated to Freemasonry, featuring an impressive Masonic lodge and a remarkable collection of seized objects. Top Places in Salamanca Added by Maria S Varela See ...

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10 beautiful places to visit on your next trip to Europe

10 beautiful places to visit on your next trip to Europe

Whether it’s the aspiration of travelling alone or heading overseas for a big family gathering, travelling is something that is in all our bucket lists. Whether it’s trekking and successfully reaching the Himalayan base camp or heading to New York to pose right under the Statue of Liberty, all of ...

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Museo de la Revolución Salvadoreña (Museum of the Revolution)

Museo de la Revolución Salvadoreña (Museum of the Revolution)

From 1980 until 1992, El Salvador’s military government battled the left-wing Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front in a bloody civil war ignited by disparities between the social classes—particularly farmers versus the nation’s wealthy landowners. This landmark 12-year period was characterized by civilian massacres and a draft that recruited child soldiers, ...

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