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Kuradji -the 6000 year old 'clever fella'

Here beside my new found home, south of Sydney, lies a sacred burial site with the ancient skeletal remains of ‘Kuradji’ an Aboriginal ‘clever fella’ (similar to a shaman). 687 more words


Three Trains - Cleethorpes, Amusement Arcades and the English Pier

There isn’t a great deal to do at Grimsby railway station whilst waiting for a train to arrive except keep the children from the edge of the platform, there is no book shop and the modest café is almost permanently closed so we waited as patiently as we could until the purple liveried train finally arrived, climbed on board and set off for nearby Cleethorpes. 904 more words


Hermitage Staircase

One of the largest and oldest museums in the world, the State Hermitage in Saint Petersburg was founded by Catherine the Great, in 1764, and has been open to the public since 1852. 62 more words


'Our World Heritage Sites' menu - finally something to shout about!

‘Our World Heritage Sites’ menu – finally something to shout about!

Regular visitors to this website will have noticed the lack of any action on the menu marked “Our World Heritage Sites”.  208 more words


Watercastle by OscarLopez9

Improved version of My Water Castle.

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