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Let’s dance : Highlight Festival (Ypres, Belgium)

‘Gods & Myths” is the theme of Highlight Festival in Ypres (Belgium). The 2nd edition of this dance festival on 31th of August has 3 stages and welcoming international and local Belgian DJ’s. We had a talk with Lennert Vintevogel, co-organiser   Lennert, this is the second edition, can you …

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Discover Bizerte (Tunisia)

Bizerte is an enigma in Tunisia, as many will tell you it’s both the oldest city in Tunisia and also possibly the least Tunisian in terms of History both recent and ancient. Bizerte is a small city of under 200,000 people though this is enough to make it the 5th largest in …

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Ethiopia’s most important biodiversity hotspot, Bale Mountains National Park

Ethiopia’s most important biodiversity hotspot, Bale Mountains National Park supports a rich mosaic of high-altitude habitats including lush evergreen forest, stands of giant bamboo, pastel-shaded moorland, and sheltered river valleys swathed in fragrant juniper-hagenia woodland. Nominated as a tentative UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in 2009, the park is the …

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I love Italy : Taylor Richards (USA)

My name is Taylor Richards, I am 19 and I am going to take you through my summer journey through Italy. I am about to begin my sophomore year at Texas State University, but I am from Houston, Texas. I am going to college to become an International Social Worker, …

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Surf schools in Sydney

Riding waves is an amazing experience and surf schools in Sydney will have you standing on a board or trimming on a bodyboard in no time at famous beaches such as Bondi, Cronulla and Manly. Surfing safaris depart from Sydney too for the beautiful South Coastand the gorgeous North Coast. Let’s Go Surfing and Waves Surf School …

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Summer of Festivals in Leicester (UK)

  Experience the Summer of Festivals in a city that boasts one of the most diverse populations in the country. It will come as no surprise that the Summer of Festivals will be a true reflection of our multicultural, cosmopolitan and unique city. To give you a flavour of what …

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Museum : La Halle de la Machine (Toulouse, France)

An exhibition of theatrical machines… Situated on the historic runway used for take-off by the pioneers of the “Aeropostale” airmail service, now known as the “Piste des Géants” (Giants’Runway), la Halle de La machine invites you to discover the collection of street theatre machines designed and made by François Delaroziere …

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MIMA contemporary art museum (Brussels, Belgium)

In 2016 opened the MIMA (Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art) contemporary art museum in the center of Brussels, on the territory of Molenbeek called “Hell Hole” by Trump. The institution is distinguished by its independent business model based on crowfunding and ticketing, as well as its exhibitions that highlight a young generation …

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Street Art & Skateboarding in the Museum (Vienna, Austria)

Before the major remodel, the Wien Museum will open its doors one last time for a special kind of exhibition. Starting on July 5, two subcultures that couldn’t be any cooler will meet each other in the empty rooms of the museum for “Takeover – Street Art & Skateboarding”. Vandalism …

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Levi Strauss Museum (Bavaria, Germany)

The Levi Strauss Museum in Buttenheim is located in the house where the inventor of jeans was born, and offers a fascinating insight into his life. A permanent exhibition is dedicated to the history of the Franconian country Jews in the 19th century, and, naturally, to jeans. Everyone knows what …

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Discover Kragujevac (Serbia)

Kragujevac is the centre of Šumadija and Pomoravlje and the neighbouring regions in terms of economy, culture, education, healthcare and politics. With over 180,000 residents, it is the fourth largest city in Serbia. Situated in the heart of both Serbia and the Šumadija region, it covers an area of 835 km2 and has 57 populated …

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Sibiu Rally Challenge (15-17th of August)

Sibiu Rally Challenge is a unique event in Europe which will gather top pilots from national and international competitions. It is an event that will span over three days and has a unique format. Friday, a car parade is scheduled on the streets in the town centre and a special …

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Artmania Festival (Sibiu, Romania)

ARTmania Festival comes to present a wide series of concerts and alternative events organised in different areas of Sibiu. The main concerts will take place during the weekend, in line with the following structure: the main scene, „ARTmania Vampires’ Den”, will be buit up on the plant of the former …

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Prato di Sotto in Umbertide (Umbria)

Prato di Sotto is  a collection of historic stone buildings sits above the tiny 13th century hamlet of Santa Giuliana, not far from the market town of Umbertide. Lovingly restored by the owner, Penny Radford, and furnished with her personal collection of kilim rugs and antiques from around the world, …

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Binnenhof, political heart of The Netherlands (The Hague)

Step through the famous entry gate into the historical Binnenhof (Inner Court) in the heart of our democracy. This is the place where the most important events in the nation’s history took place. It is also where the future is created. The Inner Court in The Hague is studded with monumental …

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Peace Palace (The Hague)

Feel the warmth of the peace flame on your back as you admire the most photographed building in The Hague: the Peace Palace. It is the seat of the International Court of Justice, the only judicial organ of the United Nations not located in New York, and the Permanent Court …

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Discover Heerenveen

Discover Heerenveen, a quintessentially Friesian city full of beautiful monuments and unique structures set amid a stunning landscape! Heerenveen, which was founded around 1550, is the oldest peat channel village in Holland. It is located in the water-rich province of Friesland and a wonderful destination, particularly in summer. Not only …

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Museum Dokkum (Dokkum)

The glorious former Admirality building of Friesland and Groningen has been home to this regional museum since 1963. Built in 1618 this building was also formally known as the ‘sea office’ and was responsible for the protection of ocean going trade by means of escort or even naval war fare. …

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Must visit : Fries Museum (Leeuwarden)

Located in Leeuwarden, capital of the Dutch province of Friesland (Fryslân), the Fries Museum has a rich history spanning almost 190 years. In 2013, it moved into the first newly constructed Dutch museum building of the 21st century. As the main repository of Friesland’s material heritage, it is recognised internationally for …

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