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Funchal, Madeira

Funchal, Madeira

The 6th largest city of Portugal, known for its wine, amazing weather, Cristiano Ronaldo and so much more. The city has attracted celebrated visitors for centuries, from Winston Churchill who created several of his paintings on Madeira, to the Empress Elisabeth of Austria and Queen of Hungary. The city is filled with historical buildings, fantastic cuisine and beautiful nature. You can find a lot of traditional products in this town such as Madeira wine, pastel de nata, and traditional embroidery. You are guaranteed to have a wonderful Madeira experience in Funchal!
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Montgomery, Texas

Montgomery, Texas

The Lone Star Flag of Texas is one of the most recognizable state flags in the United States. Now travelers have the chance to explore its birthplace. Montgomery, Texas is rife with state history, with July of 2012 marking its 175th anniversary. Founded around the Lake Creek Settlement in 1837, Montgomery now finds itself surrounding Lake Conroe. The lake serves as a focal point for much of its attraction: visitors take advantage of the friendly waters for boating, fishing, swimming, and other fun activities year-round.
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Dark Mofo
Tasmania, Australia

Dark Mofo

Dark Mofo has a curious pull, with people coming even when they’re not sure how the art, music and food will be delivered. That’s because Dark Mofo keeps its cards close and it fails to disappoint time and again.
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Badajoz

Badajoz

A gateway between the two nations of the Iberian peninsula, Badajoz lies as close to Lisbon as it does to Madrid or Seville, and the city draws on influences from both sides of the border, as well as from centuries of tumultuous history, to form its distinctive character. Winding medieval alleys and a skyline dotted with palace towers make the historic town a sight to behold, while the remnants of the majestic Alcazaba watch over the city as they have for centuries, once an impenetrable fortress that protected the area from countless invasions.
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Panama City, Central America

Panama City, Central America

Panama City is an engaging and mysterious metropolis, a multifaceted place, born out of constant cultural exchanges and, at times, conflicts. It is a place worth being discovered, a city hanging in the balance: between South and North America, tradition and innovation, luxury and poverty, overlooked by the steel of skyscrapers and surrounded by sandy beaches and green forests. Enjoy the cosmopolitan Panama, wander through handicraft markets, large malls, local restaurants and have fun during the vibrant Panamanian nights.
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Antwerp

Antwerp

Antwerp, a busy pocket-sized metropolis, has something for everyone. The city is an inspiring source of culture thanks to its impressive architecture and magnificent museums and churches. Fashionistas can explore the stores of Antwerp’s designers, whose stylish creations are revered all over the world. And foodies and people with a passion for life in general will enjoy the warm welcome of Antwerp’s cafés and restaurants. A visit to Antwerp should definitely include the new museum MAS, the Cathedral of Our Lady and the Rubens House.
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Shopping in Antwerp: Historic centre
Antwerp, Belgium

Shopping in Antwerp: Historic centre

Shopping in Antwerp: historic centre area
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Annecy

Annecy

Coiled between lake and mountains, Annecy deserves its nickname of "The Venice of the Alps". This harmonious city allows you to travel through time, from prehistory to the present day, before following in the tracks of the Princes of Savoy and eating next to the purest lake of Europe, while enjoying the numerous festivals and cultural animations. The city is also turned towards sports: the ski resorts are near the city and accessible by bus, and a biking trail goes all around the lake and lets you explore the shores.
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Shopping in Antwerp: Meir
Antwerp, Belgium

Shopping in Antwerp: Meir

Shopping in Antwerp: Meir area
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Akrotiri Excavations
Santorini, Greece

Akrotiri Excavations

Akrotiri is not as appealing as the other well-known Santorini villages. It is not perched on the caldera top nor is it located on the fashionable side of the island. The houses are not white-washed but tend to have a grayish shade, and the fuss is all about a bunch of family-run restaurants and hotels that, though they might seem from a long gone era, give away an insight into the original fishing and farmer settlement that Santorini once was. Akrotiri is the island's most important archaeological site, housing Minoan ruins dating to the 4th century BC that extend for 20 hectares. When the volcano abruptly erupted, the entire population was forced to flee from Akrotiri, which was swept away by the lava flow but which also preserved buildings and utensils.
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