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Egypt Will Egyptian, African filmmakers inch toward co-productions? – Al

Egypt Will Egyptian, African filmmakers inch toward co-productions? - Al

CAIRO — Egypt assuming the presidency of the African Union (AU) in 2019 aims to boost the cooperation between Cairo and African capitals from politics to infrastructure, from the TV industry to soccer. Filmmakers, artists and organizers hope that the cooperation will extend to the cinema industry, with more African films screened in Egyptian film theaters and ...

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Greenwich’s Stunning Painted Hall Just Reopened

Greenwich's Stunning Painted Hall Just Reopened

Behold, the restored beauty. Copyright James Brittain.London‘s ‘Sistine Chapel’ reopens The Vatican may have the Sistine Chapel and Venice may have the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, but London has the Old Royal Naval College. The masterpiece in the Painted Hall in Greenwich deserves to be classed among the great ...

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Casino Tourism: The Relationship between Casino and Tourism

Casino Tourism: The Relationship between Casino and Tourism

Many countries have been developing big casinos in various regions within their bounds in order to get more tourists to come in. Obviously, a more robust tourism environment is good for the economy as it brings in not only more money but also more recognition and possible investors. The gambling ...

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Top 20 Gorgeous And Can’t-Miss Places To Visit In Europe

Top 20 Gorgeous And Can't-Miss Places To Visit In Europe

From England and France to Germany and Italy, European countries are brimming with vibrant cities known for their restaurants, museums, architecture, and nightlife.  with such a significant number of options available, picking the correct place to spend your European getaway can be quite difficult.  That is the reason, with the ...

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Five Reasons To Visit Madrid

Five Reasons To Visit Madrid

I rediscovered Madrid this spring after a fifteen year absence and found much to recommend in Europe’s sunniest capital. Of course there are endless options of what to do and see so here are just a few essential highlights. 1. Museo Reina Sofia and Museo del Prado are an absolute must for ...

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Travelling on the most popular train routes in Europe

Travelling on the most popular train routes in Europe

Train travel can be a thing of sweet leisure. Moving at high spe and watching landscapes and cities go can be all very exciting; and unlike how many perceive train travel, a travel style of yesteryears- is actually untrue! According to the booking data of Klook, a Hong Kong-based booking platform, since ...

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‘Dido and Aeneas’ at the Met Museum

‘Dido and Aeneas’ at the Met Museum

Henry Purcell’s Baroque masterpiece “Dido and Aeneas” is one of the most famous English operas. The last aria, “Dido’s Lament,” is a showstopper. The heartbreak and outpouring of emotion as the Queen of Carthage parts with Aeneas, who must continue on toward Rome, is not just incredibly moving, but memorable. ...

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