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16 September 2021

Dubai to have world’s largest and tallest observation wheel

Are you ready for a breathtaking experience? Well, soon, on the 22th of October the Ain Dubai – World’s Largest Ferris Wheel will be open to […]
16 September 2021

Exhibitions in Europe we look forward to

With the autumn coming and the new season starting, we couldn’t wait to see which exhibitions we will have the chance to visit in Europe soon, […]
15 September 2021

Wrapping of Arc de Triomphe pays tribute to Christo’s artwork

More than 25,000 square meters of canvas are to cover the Arc de Triomphe in Paris as a tribute to the late artist Christo Yavachev who […]
13 September 2021

10 vintage travel posters to get you dreaming

There’s just something about a vintage travel poster. The artists behind them were expert at finding visual symbols to capture our collective imagination and celebrate the […]
1 September 2021

Zanzibar to build second tallest skyscraper in Africa

Authorities in Zanzibar have announced the construction of the tallest skyscraper in sub-Saharan Africa at an estimated cost of 3,000 billion Tanzanian shillings (1.1 billion euros). […]
11 August 2021

10 paintings to escape with this summer

We can’t all get away to see places we love or experience new sights this summer, but the art world can bring us a change of […]
9 August 2021

Meet the 34 who made it to the 2021 UNESCO World Heritage List

The Covid-19 pandemic meant that the UNESCO (United Nation’s Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) committee was unable to meet. This year, however, a combined review of […]
3 August 2021

UNESCO adds Germany’s Jewish sites Speyer, Worms and Mainz to World Heritage List

Following their latest session, UNESCO has added several new sites to its famous World Heritage List. In Germany, the ShUM (Hebrew initials of the three cities) […]
3 August 2021

Triennial Bruges, an international art trail

An international contemporary arts initiative in Bruges aims to provide a much-needed shot in the arm for the city’s tourist sector. Called “TraumA”, the event, which […]
30 July 2021

Iran’s Hawraman/Uramanat cultural landscape gains place on UNESCO World Heritage List

On Tuesday during the latest UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Fuzhou, China, the organisation added Iran’s Hawraman/Uramanat cultural landscape to its list of world heritage […]
23 July 2021

Liverpool loses its UNESCO World Heritage status

UNESCO has decided to remove Liverpool from its World Heritage List, which was described as an “extremely disappointing” decision for a British government determined to boost […]
14 July 2021

5 UNESCO sites you should visit in Europe

Although made more complicated by Covid-19, traveling has seldom been easier than in 2021. Contrary to our forefathers, we don’t have to discover the world on […]
9 July 2021

Exploring the street art scene in Ghent

The city of Ghent in Flanders, Belgium, is a known tourist attraction for many reasons. However, beyond the stunning architecture, quaint streets and beautiful canals, the […]
7 July 2021

Zagreb through street art

In the last couple of years Zagreb has slowly but certainly started to become one of the must-visit destinations in Europe. Beautiful city architecture, rich history, […]
6 July 2021

Visitors can now explore the underground levels of Rome’s famous Colosseum

For the first time ever visitors can now tour the subterranean levels of the Colosseum, where once only gladiators and animals ventured. 1. A previously unexplored […]
3 July 2021

Manneken Pis celebrates Kazakhstan’s independence anniversary

On the occasion of Kazakhstan’s 30th independence anniversary, the Belgian famous Manneken Pis wore a traditional ‘Shapan’. The ceremony took place today in the courtyard of […]
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