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The South West of England: Pt 21 – Penzance, Cornwall

After leaving the famous Land’s End, we made our way back towards Dartmouth in Devon via a few places in Cornwall, starting with the nearby town of Penzance… 1,888 more words


Sculpture of khajuraho temples, India

Indian art and architecture has always celebrated sensuality and eroticism. Although most temples in India have their share of erotic sculptures, they are at their passionate best in the temples in Khajuraho and Konark, both of them UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India. 407 more words


Louisiana Landmarks 50th Anniversary Gala

On July 21, 1964, following months of negotiating and scrambling by Louisiana Landmarks Society, the Pitot House was moved from a nearby site to its current location in order to save it from demolition. 199 more words

Faubourg St. John

Burj Al Arab Jumeirah Gears Up to Celebrate its 15th Anniversary

Burj Al Arab, the world’s most luxurious hotel and the flagship property of Jumeirah Group, is preparing to embark on a year of milestone celebrations to mark 15 years as the pinnacle of Arabian hospitality. 388 more words


Three Days in Dublin

Mid-semester break is a glorious concept that I wish my home university would hop on board with. At the half-way point in the semester, when we’re all exhausted from boatloads of work and mid-term week, we are given a week off to relax and recharge. 829 more words