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FOUR TALENTS UNDER THE SKY OF SWITZERLAND

Author’s travel, between Geneva and St. Gallen Alpine scenery or sparkling blue lakes, but also emerald valleys, glaciers and villages, which are wrapped in ancient atmosphere. Switzerland, https://www.myswitzerland.com/en/accueil.html great choice for summer and winter holiday. One of the most famous monuments in the central city of Switzerland, Lucerne is the Chapel Bridge (built in the 14th century) with the famous ...

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AUTHOR’S TRAVELS / AUSTRIAN SHADES OF CREATIVITY

In psychology, the term creativity indicates an intellectual dynamic, which is fed with particular ingredients, such as sensitivity to problems and originality in the idea. Creative ability produces inventions or works of art. That’s why, on your trip to Austria, we are going to introduce special people, who were born here and some sights of Austrian creativity. Our journey begins ...

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ANTON ROMAKO (1832/1889), AUSTRIAN PAINTER

ANTON ROMAKO 1/3 – He is Austrian painter, considered one of the most significant exponents of nineteenth-century Austrian culture, for his portraiture sensitivity, for battle scenes and interior views. He was born in Atzgersdorf and studied at Vienna’s Fine Arts Academy and in Munich. At the beginning of 1850 he studied privately in Vienna under Carl Rahl, adopting his pictorial ...

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AUTHOR’S TRAVELS – On the traces of an Italian Renaissance Master

For over five hundred years, art historians seek to geographically position the landscapes inspired by the Renaissance painter Piero della Francesca. They have been found in real spaces hidden in, for example, the territory of Montefeltro. Between your Author’s Travel in Central Italy, those hills and those painted rivers will be under your eyes, offering you an unforgettable dive in ...

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PACIFIC OCEAN AND ROCKY MOUNTAINS – Author’s Travel from Seattle to Akima Valley

In Washington State the color green dominates in Seattle, blue reigns in the waters of Puget Sound, while the White Mountains Olympic Park is full color table of nature. When you get off at Seattle Airport, you find yourself coming to a remote area, in the realm of forests and volcanoes, one of the most fascinating areas in North America. ...

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THE SMELL OF HISTORY – Author’s Travel in Massachusetts

FROM CAPE ANN TO HANCOCK SHAKER VILLAGE As always, starting an Author’s Journey, we suggest to explore creativity of someone born in this land, such as painter Louise Upton Brumback, songwriter Jake Armerding or reading a novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne or some poems by Elizabeth Bishop. Jutting out into the Atlantic, 25 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, is Cape Ann. ...

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WONDERS OF CANADA TOUR – Author’s Travel through art and nature, from Haida Gwaii to Montreal

Canada https://www.canada.travel/ is beautiful and impressive place. Its territory contains a series of natural and artificial wonders. Canada is divided into ten provinces and three northern territories. Before starting your journey we present you four creative Canadians. Our trip begins in Haida Gwaii, formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands, on the northwest coast of British Columbia, in Haida center ...

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A COMPLICATED KINDNESS – Romance, by Miriam Toews

She has degree in Literature and Cinema and a degree in Journalism. Miriam Toews was born in Steinbach (Manitoba, Canada) in 1964. She left Steinbach at eighteen, living in Montreal and London before settling in Winnipeg. She has a bachelor degree in Film Studies from the University of Manitoba, and a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of King’s College, ...

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TRAVEL’S DIARY WITH JAPANESE CREATIVITY – From Tokyo to Shimane

The history of each national culture matures with the expressions in its own creative language. Rich in temples and plants, parties and good food, it is also highly technological place, which must be seen at least once in life. Japan is a unique country at the time to preserve their culture and combine with the modern needs of its citizens ...

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TRAVEL’S ART DIARY– From Beijing to Chongqing

With such a large and varied territory and long history behind, China http://www.cnto.org/ offers many things to see. Starting the trip with us, we suggest to listen to selection of music by Tian Zhen, to explore several paintings by Wang Yi Guang, to read Hong Ying’s novel and Shu Ting‘s poetry selection. All of them were born under the same ...

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