Is Gävle Sweden’s most random city?

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Spread the love             Is Gävle Sweden’s most random city? The Local news@thelocal.se @thelocalsweden 25 December 2015 09:25 CET+01:00 Share this article Is Gävle Sweden’s most random city? The city’s most famous resident. Photo: Mats Åstrand/TT What do a giant straw goat, Cat Stevens and Sweden’s most iconic sweets have in common? They all have links to […]


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what to visit in Aalborg Denmark

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Spread the love             There is far more to Denmark than Copenhagen. Gareth Huw Davies took a trip to Aalborg, the most northerly Danish city, near the tip of Jutland, and found Viking Valhalla, snappy schnapps, golden eagles and bags of Nordic style. Lindholm Hoje, Aalborg, Denmark Seeing ghosts: Lindholm Hoje, just north of Aalborg, is a […]


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what to visit in Aarhus Denmark

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Spread the love             15 Things To Do in and Around Aarhus Thinking of a short break in Aarhus? We’re here to help you plan a few days in Aarhus, packed with some of Scandinavia’s most unique tourist attractions and Danish events you shouldn’t miss. Aarhus is the perfect city break destination. It’s small and easy to […]


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What to visit in Lesotho Africa

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Spread the love             POPULAR DESTINATIONS TSIKOANE VILLAGE DINOSAUR FOOTPRINTS This set of footprints is a few kilometres south of Leribe at Tsikoane village. Immediately after the Tsikoane Primary School, take the small dirt road to the right towards some rocky outcrops. Follow it up to the church. Children will vie to lead you the 1km slog […]


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8 Things to Do in Rabat Morocco

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Spread the love             Before we left for our around the world adventure, I would tell people about our tentative route which included Morocco.  When I mentioned Morocco, either people knew very little about it or they would raise their eyebrows and say that we would not last the month.  Admittedly before we arrived to Morocco, I […]


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What to Visit in Mali (Bamako) Africa

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Spread the love              15 Best Places to Visit in Mali Mali is a land of many cultures and creeds; a dash of life and action and heritage and history that’s sandwiched between the rolling Sahel and the endless dunes of the Sahara Desert. From the salt-caked outposts of Taoudenni in the north to the throbbing […]


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What to visit in Braga Portugal

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Spread the love              Sé Cathedral Choir The guided tour of the choir inside the Sé (cathedral) gives an up-close look at the mesmerising organs and gilded choir stalls. Visitors are led downstairs and into the cathedral’s showpiece Capela dos Reis (Kings’ Chapel), home to the tombs of Henri of Burgundy and Dona Teresa, parents of […]


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What to visit in Coimbra Portugal

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Spread the love             BIBLIOTECA JOANINA The Biblioteca Joanina, or university library, is one of the most visited buildings in Coimbra’s university complex. Construction was started in 1717 at the instigation of King Joao V, after whom the library is named, and was completed in 1728. Until its construction the old library had been moved constantly from […]


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What to visit in Porto Portugal

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Spread the love             1. Climb up Torre dos Clérigos The Torre dos Clérigos (Clérigos Tower) is the most iconic feature of Porto’s skyline and provides fantastic views of the city. The tower is part of Clérigos Church, a Baroque building from the eighteenth century, located at one of the highest points of town. After hiking 75 […]


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What to visit in Podgorica

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Spread the love             Podgorica Capital city of Montenegro is the official commercial and cultural centre. The name originates in 1326 and it is built amongst five rivers, the Zeta, Moraca, Ribnica, Cijevna and Sitnica. Most of the city was destroyed during WW II, so Podgorica is relatively new, with modern buildings at every step of the […]


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