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The USA's Top Martin Luther King, Jr. Sites
As many Americans honor the towering Civil Rights icon who gave his life to make the USA a little better place, his legacy is under greater attack than it's been in years - including very soon at the highest levels of the U.S. government. And so on this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, as a Cuban-American with afro-Cubans in my family tree, I’m proud to offer a rundown of the top sites throughout the American South that visitors can experience and learn about the history and legacy of this country’s greatest civil rights icon (and I say “top sites” because obviously the man got around far more than this, but for the most part these are the ones that are the most iconic and/or have organized visitor programs). keep reading
Maastricht, Netherlands - Venerable Old City, Cool Youthful Vibe
The Netherlands' southernmost city, right on the border with Belgium, also lays claim to being the country's oldest, dating back to ancient Roman times, centuries BC. And more recently, in the 1990s, Maastricht (pop. 122,000) became known worldwide as the site of the eponymous treaty which established the European Union. Today, its mix of historic/cultural sites and fun vibe - in part powered by its many Dutch and international university students - is a magnet for many visitors (as are its marijuana "coffee shops"!). keep reading
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