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Spain Promises to Make Iran’s Tourism Industry More Hip! – Al

Spain Promises to Make Iran's Tourism Industry More Hip! - Al

President of the Spanish Confederation of Travel Agencies (CEAV) has said that his country will stand beside Iran to help flourish tourism as the Islamic Republic is planning to expand tourism for reducing dependence on petrodollars step by step. “I hope that travel agencies with [exercising] power and passion could ...

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Paris

France is considered to be the cultural capital of the world and Paris being the capital city is promoted as a fashion capital. This wonderful city has plenty of things to do and there are places that will make you to visit the place again. For some it is among ...

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7 of Rome’s most unusual museums

7 of Rome's most unusual museums

Rome is noted worldwide for its breathtaking museums, from Galleria Borghese to the Vatican Museums. However the Eternal City is also home to a range of offbeat and quirky museum destinations. Here are seven of Rome‘s most unusual museums.  Museum of the Souls of Purgatory, Lungotevere Prati 18. For a truly ...

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Why Visit Clermont-Ferrand In Central France

Why Visit Clermont-Ferrand In Central France

Victory square in Clermont-Ferrand, France Getty Though riddled with history, enduring stone architecture and energized university students, the city of Clermont-Ferrand is also a practical, urban setting circled by factories and retail outlets. Yet the inner city is an excellent, vibrant location in the center of France to visit for ...

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Remembering Paris and Albert Camus

Remembering Paris and Albert Camus

Last week, my German translator, Markus Ruckstuhl, introduced me to French expats, Ron Mage, Roger Ferrari, Olivier Motte, and their Filipina wives. We reminisced about Paris, French food and writers, Albert Camus most of all, whose influence is global. The French anthropologist, Charles Macdonald, and his colleague, Dr. Fabrice Jollant, ...

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How to beat the crowds when visiting London

The gigantic queue outside the Natural History Museum in London’s South Kensington was so overwhelming, I just had to video it. It had at least 2000 people, snaking around the forecourt like a giant serpent before spilling onto the footpath outside, where tourist buses were disgorging still more punters. No, ...

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