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Khaleej Times
Smurfs and Circus Circus at Global VillageGLOBAL VILLAGE HAS launched 'Kids Fest' - its first ever entertainment festival
Smurfs and Circus Circus at Global Village
Khaleej Times / Posted 3 days ago
GLOBAL VILLAGE HAS launched 'Kids Fest' - its first ever entertainment festival exclusively targeting children. From now until February 22 all of the planned events are free of charge and included in the price of admission to Global Village. There... Read more
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metro
10 of London's best underground secretsThis crypt dates back to 1042 (Picture: Markus Milligan/Heritage Daily) As com
10 of London's best underground secrets
metro / Posted 4 days ago
This crypt dates back to 1042 (Picture: Markus Milligan/Heritage Daily) As commuters rattle past on the Central Line near Fleet Street, most have no idea their train is travelling close to an underground graveyard, left there by Medieval churchgoers... Read more
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Times of Malta
Building cultural bridges across the worldAfter touring most of the world, the Globe Theatre is performing Hamlet in Malt
Building cultural bridges across the world
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
After touring most of the world, the Globe Theatre is performing Hamlet in Malta on Monday. Stephanie Fsadni goes backstage and listens to more than words, words, words… The renowned Globe Theatre embarked on an exhaustive two-year tour in 2014 to... Read more
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iol.co.za
The spicy aroma of MacedoniaSkopje, Macedonia - I caught the aroma while pedalling up a hill in the vertica
The spicy aroma of Macedonia
iol.co.za / Posted 7 days ago
Skopje, Macedonia - I caught the aroma while pedalling up a hill in the vertical village of Brajcino, in southwest Macedonia. Snapping my head to the left to locate the source, I spied a woman out of the corner of my eye, stirring whatever was in a... Read more
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Gazette
DVD offer - the beauty of the Cotswolds from the airTHE Cotswolds is one of the most ‘quintessentially English’ and unspoiled regio
DVD offer - the beauty of the Cotswolds from the air
Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
THE Cotswolds is one of the most ‘quintessentially English’ and unspoiled regions of England where time has stood still for centuries. This is a truly outstanding landscape, created by nature over millions of years and shaped by man over thousands,... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Prince Ali slams FIFA cash move against Americas confederationsPrince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan speaks at the Roman Amphitheatre area in do
Prince Ali slams FIFA cash move against Americas confederations
Reuters Sports News / Posted 9 days ago
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan speaks at the Roman Amphitheatre area in downtown Amman, Jordan, September 9, 2015. MIAMI FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan has criticized the global body's decision to cut off... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
10 best music and opera tours for 2016Prices quoted in this article include return flights from London, accommodation
10 best music and opera tours for 2016
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Prices quoted in this article include return flights from London, accommodation, and admission to sights on the itineraries, unless stated otherwise. They are per person, based on two sharing a twin or double room. Some departures allow for flights... Read more
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The Irish Times
Travel: walking the walls in lovely, leafy LuccaAs you walk along the impressive city walls of the Tuscan city of Lucca you can
Travel: walking the walls in lovely, leafy Lucca
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
As you walk along the impressive city walls of the Tuscan city of Lucca you can get a real sense of the turbulent history of the northern part of Italy before the country was unified in 1870. This was a land of powerful and wealthy city-states, of... Read more
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heraldscotland
Hugh MacDonald: Coming soon to a screen near you . . . the first £1m-a-week playerThere is no doubt, then, that in the battle of upstairs, downstairs, the wee te
Hugh MacDonald: Coming soon to a screen near you . . . the first £1m-a-week player
heraldscotland / Posted 28 days ago
There is no doubt, then, that in the battle of upstairs, downstairs, the wee telly not only held all the aces but was able to play them. But price normally means might. It does in fitba’. There is a line of nonsense that says money cannot buy... Read more

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