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Many of those who visit the Dominican Republic for its golden sandy beaches, tropical forests, and adventure in Jurassic Park-esque settings discover that it's also home to a world of rich culture, intriguing history and especially some world-class contemporary art.
One of the DR modern…
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Every bottle of wine or liquor I can think of has a label. Many times the label simply indicates the contents with a brief description of origin and flavor. But sometimes, labels go beyond the basic requirements with a higher purpose. Campari and Fonseca Bin 27 Port are two brands with labels promoting…Continue
The 72 steps leading up to the Philadelphia Art Museum are called the “Rocky Steps” after Rocky’s run up the flight in the movie of the same name. It became symbolic of the ability of an underdog to triumph. Today some tourists run up the steps in Rocky fashion. …Continue
by Nellie Huang
Dry, fiery and dramatic: the landscapes of the Spanish island of Lanzarote are like no other. Born through volcanic eruptions millennia ago, the northernmost of the Canary Islands off the west coast of Africa has since been…
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For art lovers, there is a museum in downtown San José that you won't want to miss. Unique in its history, it used to be the terminal of Costa Rica’s old international airport, at the east end of where Sabana Park is today.
The Costa Rican Art Museum (…Continue
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On our way to Central America, we arrived today in Mexico City, specifically the southern neighborhood of Coyoacán, which was once its own town. We’d been hoping to visit this very picturesque area of the city, as it’s the place where artist Frida…
We all love to travel; it’s an innate part of being human, getting out there and exploring the world around us. We hold within us the desire to explore our surroundings from a very young age, perhaps even starting from the first time we learn to comprehend what is around us as a baby, wandering into places we shouldn’t purely because we want to see what’s there. It is a desire that never quite leaves us, even when we grow and mature over the years, it’s just always there: that yearning, the…Continue
Added by Beverly Burmeier on September 30, 2011 at 2:19pm — No Comments
Vuelvo a escribir de Britto y no es que nos hayamos hecho amigos luego de que conociera al famoso artista Pop brasileño en Finlandia, en el 2010. En esa ocasión el nombre ni siquiera me era familiar, y que me perdonen los millones de fans que tiene alrededor del mundo.…Continue
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MOSCOW — Later this week moviegoers in New York will learn the strange story of…Continue
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With the aim of bringing an entertaining as well as educative experience to the discovery of the origins of mankind, a brand new centre of Prehistory has been inaugarated at Les Eyzies in the Dordogne.
The Vezere Valley in the Dordogne has been inhabited by man for as long as 400,000 years, it was here in 1868 that…Continue
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St. Armands Circle in Sarasota is a surprisingly interesting place to visit. The powers that be have made the history of Sarasota absorbing even to those of us who don't consider themselves history buffs.
Take the 33 statues that are placed among the beautiful landscaping. Beautifully…Continue
Added by Linda Batey on February 1, 2011 at 2:01pm — No Comments
http://stripedpot.com/2010/12/20/everyone-can-be-artistic-at-hands-on-art-in-door-county-wi/ Let your creativity loose and make unique art objects at this "place to play."
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