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Parma

Parma

Thinking about Parma, probably the first things that come to mind are: ham and Parmesan cheese. Indeed, Parma is one of the most important culinary centres of Italy, but this city is so much more than that. Parma was the capital of a very powerful Duchy, which left a legacy made of stunning monuments and palaces. In addition, all the splendours of that period created a fertile ground for art spreading. In fact, Parma became one of the main centre for opera, thanks to its amazing theatres and to its fine citizen Giuseppe Verdi.
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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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Shopping in Antwerp: Historic centre
Antwerp, Belgium

Shopping in Antwerp: Historic centre

Shopping in Antwerp: historic centre area
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Cancún

Cancún

Cancún's white sandy beaches and warm, crystal waters make it a paradise for all beach and water sports enthusiasts. Add a vibrant nightlife and the closeness to the breathtaking Mayan ruins and you have Mexico's most popular tourist hot spot. Caring for four million tourists yearly, it's hard to understand this beautiful resort was a sleepy fishing village just a few decades ago. Its colourful buzz and ancient traditions co-existing with ultra-modern developments enchant everyone, from backpackers to luxury travellers.
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Shopping in Antwerp: Meir
Antwerp, Belgium

Shopping in Antwerp: Meir

Shopping in Antwerp: Meir area
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The Baptistery of Parma
Parma, Italy

The Baptistery of Parma

The Baptistery of Parma is a stunning octagonal building in pink marble built between 1196 and 1216. It is one of the symbol of the city, also for its central location right near to the Cathedral of Parma. The Parmesan Baptistery is considered the junction point between Romantic and Gotic periods, and one of the most important bequest from the Middle Ages. In its inside, you can admire plenty of Medieval works of art, magnificently explained by the museum headsets available on the spot.
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Ketchum, Idaho

Ketchum, Idaho

Today, people still flock to Ketchum and Sun Valley both to relax and to seek adventure. Sun Valley is home to one of the country's most famous ski resorts, and Ketchum is considered the gateway to the Sun Valley Resort and the Sawtooth Recreation Area. Ketchum is also located close to the natural wonders of Big Wood River and parts of the Boise, Challis and Sawtooth National forests, thus providing visitors with a multitude of opportunities for fishing, hiking and trail riding.
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Mayan Ruins
Cancún, Mexico

Mayan Ruins

A visit to Cancún is not complete without a trip to the famous Mayan ruins. Many of them have not yet been excavated and are waiting to be explored. Chichen Itzá, one of the new seven wonders of the world, is an absolute must. Whilst you are there, don’t miss out on the stunning light show that transports you back in time in a spectacular atmosphere. Equally stunning is Cobá, currently the only ruin that can still be climbed, offering a breathtaking view over the jungle and Tulúm, with its spectacular backdrop of the clear turquoise water of the ocean.
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Quebec City

Quebec City

It all started in 1535, when Jacques Cartier landed here, and the first trading port was created in what is now Quebec. Since, the city had become its Province's capital and a destination popular for its sights, architecture and food. Visit the famous Chateau Frontenac, the world's most photographed hotel, or one of the other 36 national historic sites, each a sight to behold in its own right. But walking through the Old Port or the Plains of Abraham is perhaps the best way to feel and breathe in the historical atmosphere of the city.
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Isla Mujeres
Cancún, Mexico

Isla Mujeres

A 20-minute boat ride from Cancún lies the small island of Isla Mujeres with its laid back Caribbean ambiance, tiny streets lined with stalls and street cafés in pastel colored houses. Golf carts and mopeds dominate the streets. Although only 5 miles long and half a mile wide, the island offers everything from a beautiful palm fringed white beach on the north coast to a dramatic rocky shoreline on the eastern side. Visit the turtle farm, try one of the local fish restaurants on the beach or visit Garrafón Park at the south of the island with its spectacular view over Cancún's skyline. A must for nature and wildlife lovers is a tour to Isla Contoy, a nature reserve only inhabited by a few biologists and restricted to 200 visitors per day.
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Antica Spezieria di San Giovanni
Parma, Italy

Antica Spezieria di San Giovanni

The very first evidences of the existence of this ancient pharmacy date back to 1201, but it could be even older, since the Monastery of San Giovanni - where it is located - was founded in 980 AD. This laboratory was operated by Benedictine monks and remained in use until 1766. It was then restored so to be opened again to the public. Here, thanks to the guided tours you will discover the ancient arts of distillery and medical herbs processing.
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