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Rossend Arús Massonic Library (Barcelona, Spain)

Barcelona, much like London, Paris, Buenos Aires, or Washington D.C., has an extraordinary artistic and architectural heritage based in Freemasonry. Masonic symbols like pyramids and the all-seeing eye can be found in cemeteries, libraries, sculptures, even government buildings. 311 more words

Ancient Library

The National Library of Ireland (Dublin, Ireland)

The National Library of Ireland was established by the Dublin Science and Art Museum Act, 1877, which provided that the bulk of the collections in the possession of the Royal Dublin Society, should be vested in the then Department of Science and Art for the benefit of the public and of the Society, and for the purposes of the Act. 102 more words

Ancient Library


The quest for immortality has obsessed human beings for millenniums. We’ve concocted countless tales and myths about holy grails, mermaid flesh, or fountains of youth capable of bestowing everlasting life to the brave, clever or virtuous. 1,654 more words


Well, This is Awkward: After Sweden, Liberal Media Mock Trump's Statement About 'Refugee' Violence, Muzzies Riot, Torch Neighborhood

From Breitbart

Riots broke out on Monday night in the suburb of Rinkeby, where a majority of residents were born overseas, just hours after the country’s Prime Minister attacked U.S President Donald J.

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Leftist Moonbats

Le Pen increases first round lead in French election: poll

PARIS (Reuters) – French far right leader Marine Le Pen has increased her lead in the first round of France’s presidential election, though she is still seen being beaten by a wide margin in the runoff, a BVA-Salesforce poll published on Thursday showed. 254 more words

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CIEE Seville School Grounds, Spain

We saw this place while strolling around Seville. It was a school. We passed through like it was nothing. This guards didn’t even question us, maybe coz we looked like kids! 59 more words