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Belgium

Constitutional monarchy in northwestern Europe, Belgium is one of the smallest and most densely populated European countries. Together with Netherlands and Luxembourg, Belgium forms the Low, or Benelux, Countries. The country’s name comes from the Belgae, a Celtic people who lived in the region and were conquered by Roman general …

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Martinique island

With various beautiful colors, Martinique island seduces by its beauty and the diversity of its landscapes, white sandy beaches in south or grey in north with « Pelee Mountain ». Heavily marked by its history, the « Flowers island » (the other name of Martinique) and its 386 486 inhabitants, will delight you too …

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Trieste City

Travel solutions: Trieste, Italy. Time Out samples the laidback delights and sensational cuisine of this Italian town on the fringe of Eastern Europe. Once part of the Austrian Hapsburg empire, Trieste was ceded to Italy after WWI. Geographically the city is still apart. Competition with Venice is strong (‘They copied …

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Tourism in Stockholm

To the west of Stockholm, the small island of Riddarholmen offers spectacular views of Riddarfjärden Sound and the Stadshuset (City Hall, Hantverkargatan ). To the east is maritime Skeppsholmen, home to the Moderna Museet (Skeppsholmen), featuring 20th-century art by Kandinsky, Dalí, Magritte and Picasso. Tourism in Stockholm and points of …

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Zurich city

Aradical history and an affluent present collide in pretty little Zürich. Although better known for its wealth, this is a town steeped in intellectual tradition – James Joyce wrote Ulysses here and Lenin stayed a while and read Marx. Even less well known is that Zürich also boasts Switzerland’s most …

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Florence Tourism

Florence is most famous for its palaces, churches and museums overflow with paintings and sculpture, and this combination of unequalled beauty with centuries of history is a heady mix. The Duomo is likely to take your breath away, and you may have a hard time regaining your composure after viewing …

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