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TAKE A WALK IN THE LAND OF THE SAMI – Sweden, Harjedalen’s County

This is a really special place, with few inhabitants, villages of miners and the Sami community, (the indigenous people of the Far North). The activities of the Red Fox Adventure Holidays redfoxadventure@hotmail.com takes place between two natural reserves, to 62 ° for parallel (County of Harjedalen, Jamtland in Sweden). In those places below the Arctic Circle, the clocks do not ...

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EXPERIENCE IN RUSSIAN WINTER

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THE ANDALUZ CENTER OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS

One of the main aims of the centre, has been to develop a programme of activities attempting to promote the study of contemporary international artistic creation in all its facets. The Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, was created with the aim of giving the local community an institution for the research, conservation and promotion of contemporary art. In 1997 the ...

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BEYOND THE GUADALQUIVIR – Cartuja: where the monastery loved by Colombo has become a museum of contemporary art

Right near Triana, across the Guadalquivir River, is an island rich in history, la Cartuja, a really special place for a walk, listening to ancient stories between gardens and suspended walkways. The island of Cartuja is the soul of Seville, because it contains within it a wonderful mix of styles, overlaps and history. Crossing the Triana district, you can reach ...

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ANDALUSIA / LANDSCAPES OF THE SOUL

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WHERE THEY DANCE IN YOUR EYES – The Max-Ernst-Museum in Bruhl (Germany)

Where once the nobles of Bruhl would gather to dance, it opened the first and only museum dedicated to Max Ernst. In that palace to dance and listen to concerts, do you expect the first museum dedicated to the famous painter and sculpture, graphic and surrealist poet. Yes, he was born here, in Bruhl, before he died in Paris on ...

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INSIDE THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE OF ART – The Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain / Looking for Max Ernst

The Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection Foundation, http://www.museothyssen.org/en/thyssen/home since opened its doors in 1992, expanding the collections and facilities. It is known as part of the Golden Triangle of Art in Madrid (which includes the Prado and the Reina Sofia national galleries). The Museum, offers visitors an overview of art from the 13th century to the late 20th century, but also features works ...

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ORLANDO FURIOSO 500 YEARS – Palazzo dei Diamanti / Ferrara, Italy: until January 8, 2017

From 1995 on, UNESCO has included the historical centre of Ferrara in the list of World Cultural Heritage as a wonderful example of a town planned in the Renaissance. Ferrara http://www.ferraraterraeacqua.it/en/ferrara/cercatorien/accordion-right/tourist-information-offices still has the atmosphere of the past, which blends in harmoniously with the lively atmosphere of the present. Ferrara’s most famous image, is certainly that of its grand Renaissance. ...

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WHEN THE WAVES ARE LIKE CLAWS – Hokusai, Hiroshige and Utamaro at Palazzo Reale in Milan

Milan is known as the city of fashion. In its main streets, it is easy to see, the most frequent visitors of the city (the Japanese), out of stores with packets of all kinds. They too will see the Christmas tree in Piazza Duomo, the symbol of the festivities in the city, loved by locals and tourists, in the scenario ...

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CARDINALS, ALCHEMISTS AND COURTESANS – Walking in Renaissance Rome

You can choose a half-day tour or a full day. Renaissance Rome http://www.myvespatours.com/en/home/ is the tour dedicated to the Roman Renaissance, with its squares and the majestic palaces took the most important Roman noble families of the ‘500. You can choose a tour in Ape Calessino, or a tour on a Vespa (with or without driver). Crossing Via Giulia (rich ...

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