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Facelift helps Morocco’s Old City of Fez lure tourists

Facelift helps Morocco's Old City of Fez lure tourists

FEZ-Agence France-Presse In recent times the imperial city of Fez has been overlooked by tourists in favour of Marrakesh, but now Morocco’s “spiritual” capital is bustling with visitors due to major renovations and low-cost flights. “It is an open air museum, with the largest pedestrian zone in the world and ...

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Black River Canal Museum receives grants

Black River Canal Museum receives grants

The Boonville Black River Canal Museum Board of Trustees has announced that they are the recipients of two grants, which will continue to support the six buildings of the museum complex. The first grant is from The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, Inc. , the Keller Family Fund, ...

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More amazing architecture in Rome

More amazing architecture in Rome

News LBV Hub Property Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest In a recent blog (Faris Mousa: The Pantheon still amazes nearly 2,000 years on) I said that the Pantheon was such an incredible feat of architecture that I wanted to write about it all by itself. I think it’s worthy of its ...

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Four Seasons Hotel Madrid Set to Open in Late 2019

Four Seasons Hotel Madrid Set to Open in Late 2019

In March 2013, Four Seasons made the announcement about its first hotel project in Spain, and we’ve been eagerly awaiting its debut since then. The latest news is that Four Seasons Hotel Madrid will officially open its doors later this year in sought-after real estate in a prime city district: ...

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Relics of Asia’s colonial past revived to host today’s elite

SINGAPORE — The famed Raffles Hotel here reopened in August after a two-year renovation, meticulously restored to the 1920s-era splendor that fascinated the likes of British playwright W. Somerset Maugham, down to the carvings on its columns and the teak floors. The building dates back to 1887, when Singapore was ...

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