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Fountain of Arethusa

The Fountain of Arethusa (Fonte Aretusa) is one of the most picturesque corners of Siracusa (Syracuse), Sicily. At the center of this source of fresh water still grows – only place in Europe – the papyrus plant.

Architecture

7 world heritage site of Vietnam

Along “S” land of Vietnam with 63 provinces has its own advantages to attract visitors (7 world heritage site of Vietnam). Vietnam is known as a world of tourism with 7 world heritage sites that’s recognized by UNESCO. 586 more words

Vietnam

Sarah May - why do we care about Stonehenge?

Stonehenge in the mists England is a very densely inhabited country. It has been for many thousands of years. While the last century has seen a concentration of population in urban centres, the density of population has long been a result of intensive agriculture and other rural industries.

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English Heritage

Entrance Tickets, The Red Tower at Mellieha, Malta

The Red Tower, or to give it its proper name St Agatha’s Tower, is a large imposing watchtower in Mellieħa,  the sixth and most important of a coastal defence system of fortifications and small castles built by the Knights of St John during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. 680 more words

History

From cultural heritage to worldpeace

I intend to write also about cultural heritage – among other things – in these pages, there hasn`t  been a single note though in this topic since I`ve started this project. 833 more words

Cultural Tourism

Updating Canada’s World Heritage Tentative List

This project was initiated by the Parks Canada Agency, which manages most of Canada’s World Heritage sites and represents Canada, as a State Part to the World Heritage Convention, on the World Heritage Committee. 309 more words

Cultural Landscapes

Malta, A Walk Around Mellieha and Beach Bartering

One day we took a walk around Mellieha and on the way back to the hotel stopped at a beach bar for a break.  A Looky-Looky man approached and showed us the rubbish that he was hoping to sell.   130 more words

History