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14 May 2021

10 Largest Convention Centers in the United States

One of the countries that hosts the most congresses and exhibitions is the United States, where MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences & Exhibitions) tourism makes up to […]
13 May 2021

What would Mona Lisa and Dali look like today?

When he embarked on his project, 26-year-old Portuguese designer Tiago Dias didn’t even have a profile on Instagram. A couple of works were the excuse to […]
13 May 2021

Top 10 most beautiful canal cities in the world

A long time ago some cities in the world used canals and rivers for public or goods transportation. Some cities still continue to do this, with […]
13 May 2021

This Indonesian tribe has the bluest eyes ever seen

An indigenous tribe in Indonesia looks very different from the stereotypes that sometimes exist in society, especially in the West. And the reason behind that difference […]
12 May 2021

What’s so fascinating about Robin Hood?

Crime fiction continues to be the world’s best-selling genre and there are reasons why. All stories help us understand the world and our relationship to it. […]
11 May 2021

Broadway is coming back in September

New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on May 5th that Broadway theaters will be allowed to open their doors as of September 14th. The news came […]
11 May 2021

An Inconvenient Truth: Net-zero is a dangerous trap

The film An Inconvenient Truth  was released in 2006 – there have been false hopes in our attempts to reduce the risks and impacts of climate […]
10 May 2021

Meet Portugal’s new Fashion and Textile Museum

The new Fashion and Textile Museum in Portugal will open on May 20, in Vila Nova de Gaia, in the district of Porto. With a cost […]
10 May 2021

The Colosseum’s new stage will offer an even better visitor experience

Italy’s iconic Colosseum building in the country’s capital is to receive a new stage, offering visitors a new majestic view of the structure the same way […]
10 May 2021

3 Outstanding examples of sustainable architecture in Europe

In this era of climate change, sustainability has become a resonated word in every sector, including architecture. From design to material to construction to operations, everything […]
10 May 2021

Manneken-Pis offered a new costume to celebrate Europe Day

On the eve of Europe Day, celebrated every year on May 9, Didier Reynders, Commissioner for Justice, and Stefaan De Rynck, Head of the Representation of […]
10 May 2021

Sorry Portugal but Nepal holds the title of the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge

On the 2nd of May, Portugal marked a historic event with the official opening of their new bridge the “Arouca 516” and while we congratulate them […]
6 May 2021

10 Creepiest museums in the world

Museums don’t just have paintings, sculptures, and beautiful art collections, some have all sorts of different kinds of collections including those related to creepy, haunted, and […]
5 May 2021

A Belgian farmer has unintentionally moved the French border

A farmer in the municipality of Erquelinnes in Wallonia, Belgium, has accidentally redrawn the country’s border with France, making Belgium slightly bigger. 1. A moved stone […]
3 May 2021

A new pool will be hanging between two buildings in London

On May 19th, a new see-through pool suspended 25 meters in the air between two apartment buildings will open. It will be located next to the […]
3 May 2021

Portugal’s Arouca 516 is the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge

On Sunday Portugal saw the official opening of its new bridge, Arouca 516, overtaking the Charles Kuonen Bridge in the Swiss Alps as the longest pedestrian […]
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