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A WORLD APART – Author’s travel to India

So different, that can offer everything, even authentic English tea. Yes, you can think of India as a separate world, a place which holds millennia of art, land permeated with religiosity. Here, past and present coexist, giving the the chance to enjoy it with all your senses. A 2370 km (1473 miles), 61 hours of drive, gives you opportunity to ...

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IRAN – Author’s travel to Iran, through art and miracles of human creativity

With its inhabitants, area of shopping malls and tourist attractions, consider this island an experiment for a future Iran. Exactly here begins our trip, in Kish (a tourist island in southern Iran in the Persian Gulf), where you can see men and women in jetski (with a nylon chador, provided by the local club). Iran has recently become an extremely ...

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MAGIC OF TURKEY – Author’s travel to places of art, nature and human creativity

With ancient monuments left by a parade of conquerors, Turkey is a dazzling destination. Over the last few years, this country has created a wide range of tourist opportunities, including museums and art sites. Http://www.gototurkey.co.uk/index.html Up to the eighteenth century, the painting of this country was in the form of miniatures, but in the eighteenth century oil painting expanded the ...

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WHEN DANISH CREATIVITY SURPRISES YOU

Welcome to Copenhagen, where art accompanies you at every step, seeingt the Opera or Royal Danish Playhouse buildings. Next to the Nyhavn, you find the houses of Copenhagen with enamelled windows, colorful facades and pointed roofs. Within this functional city, designed to improve lives of people with architectural and aesthetic solutions, who are looking for functional beauty, our trip begin, ...

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WHERE TO LEARN ABOUT CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF DANISH ARTISTS

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AUTHOR’S TRAVEL – The latest addition to Netherlands creative trips

You will need a car and nine hours to create an unforgettable 700 km journey (about 430 miles). In the country partially recovered by the sea, with about half of its land below the North Sea level, eight people (five men and three Dutch women) have left their indelible creative footprint, giving you the opportunity to get to know the ...

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MANY KINDS OF DUTCH CREATIVITY

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THE MEETING BENCHES AUTHOR’S TRAVEL – Take an artistic journey with creative Englishman

Carnoustie is a really special North Sea town (Central-Eastern Scotland), https://www.visitscotland.com/info/towns-villages/carnoustie-p241441 located along the estuary of Barry Burn. We took a break at the Carnoustie Golf Course Hotel with nice clean room, good pool Jacuzzi, great breakfast and friendly staff.                        This resort is famous for its golf courses, but also because here lives and works painter ALAN MACDONALD, whose ...

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DISCOVERING CREATIVITY / IMAGES BEYOND THE CANAL

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ITALIAN AUTHOR’S TRAVEL – The theme of travel through five painters, two writers and an Italian songwriter

If traveling within art is your wish, Meeting Benches proposes to broaden your horizons through 2145 km and 25 hours of journey by car, which leads through Italian peninsula. Http://www.italia.it/en/home.html Among many ways how to appreciate expressions of art, what we propose is a “Journey of Author” to get to know eight Italian artists, who have left (and continue to ...

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