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Romans, Fearless Giraldo and National Independence

Many were the ancient people that have been here, but the Romans were those who transformed Évora into an imperial town. They called it Ebora, named after Julio Cesar as Liberalitas Julia, and left several signs of theirpassage, from which the roman temple, known improperly as “Templo de Diana”, stands out. 206 more words

History

Thursday Doors - Beverley Minster in Yorkshire

It may not be the tallest or the widest or even the longest but in terms of floor space Beverley Minster is the biggest Parish Church in England. 62 more words

History

Citizen Scientists for K'gari

Twenty-one recipients have been awarded a Queensland Citizen Science Grant, with more than $580,000 funding committed over three years to help increase Queenslanders’ participation in citizen science.  191 more words

Fraser Island Defenders Organisation

Update on FIDO’s Weed Eradication Program - Happy Valley

Between 9 and 15 June, 2019, FIDO’s Bush Regeneration Program again targeted Happy Valley. Coming from all over Southern Queensland, the group’s volunteers split into two teams and put in over 140 hours of hard work over the week. 927 more words

Weed And Pest Management

Stuck between three worlds - Krakow, Poland

Property 29 – Historic Centre of Krakow, Poland

People go to Krakow for the architecture, some of the finest remaining baroque buildings in Central Europe. Me? 704 more words

World Heritage

In the Spirit of Cooperation

It’s
been a good season for weeds on Fraser Island. Some heavy falls of rain in June
with regular showers for the rest of the month and into early July. 454 more words

Weed And Pest Management

'Eternal vigilance is the price of Freedom'

Tasmania has a world class conservation system. From the South West Wilderness to the Central Plateau, to the Ben Lomond tablelands, it is brimming with wonderful landscapes that are protected as national parks, world heritage or other forms of park. 394 more words