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Pulteney Bridge
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A beautiful bridge in the town of Bath, located in the South West of England. Crossing the River Avon since 1774 when workers finished it and so linking the old towns of Bath and Bathwick, currently part of the larger Bath urban development. The extraordinary thing about this bridge is the fact it has shops built across its full span and on both sides....

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Sunny Costa del Sol
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If you have the opportunity to go to Costa del Sol in Spain, don’t hesitate, you won’t regret it! This region located in the south of Spain is one of the world’s most looked for tourist destination. The shoreline comprises on a narrow coastal strip with small towns such as Torremolinos, Mijas, Marbella, Casares, Nerja, Torrox or Estepona among others and the city of...

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Heddal stave church
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This is one of the most interesting churches one might see in Europe. It is a stave church in Heddal, a village located in the south of Norway, an impressive triple nave church and Norway’s largest stave church. The legend says it was built in only three days by a mountain troll named Finn following the initiative of five local farmers, Raud Rygi, Stebbe...

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Palacio de Cibeles
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Today it known by the name Palacio de Cibeles in Spanish or Cybele Palace in English. But it was named Palacio de Comunicaciones (Palace of Communication) until 2011. No matter how you’ll find it on a Madrid tourist map, this is one of the finest pieces of architectural art in Madrid, a monument of the city, declared Bien de de Interés Cultural in 1993,...

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Sherlock Holmes Museum
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It’s not marked on all London maps but this is understandable. You got to get under Sherlock Holmes’ skin to find it. This is what a detective does, right? Finds evidence and investigates them. Here’s the shortcut: it’s at 221b Baker Street, just a few steps away from the Regent’s Park and less than 3 miles from Westminster Bridge. So, don’t miss it, don’t...

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Turf houses in Iceland
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When you plan your holiday in Iceland, don’t schedule all your time spending it in Reykjavik and its surrounding area and seeing geysers. Go a step further, ask your guide to drive you to Búðahraun region, you’ll be surprised. You’ll find a cave there, Búdir Cave, 382 meters in length and you can visit it if you have some light sources to illuminate the...

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