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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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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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ART JOURNEY THROUGH PAKISTAN – Moving into the land of eternal youth

Its monuments bear witness to a history, which manifests itself through a splendid architecture. Pakistan http://www.travel-culture.com/ptdc/ has witnessed succession of events, such as the Moghol kingdom, the passage of Silk Road Traders, as well as the Hindu civilization. Traveling through this land – possibly accompanied by a guide – we suggest to read a novel by Bapsi Sidhwai and poems ...

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OBSERVING WORLD WITH DIFFERENT EYES – Author’s Travel around Renè Magritte’s sites

With decision to visit Belgium, http://www.belgium-tourism.be/ memorize the beauty of some paintings by Renè Magritte and listens to a musical selection by Jacques Brel, or read a novel by Nathalie Gassel and a poetic selection of Émile Verhaeren, because valorizing the language (and the culture) means to enhance human creativity in all its expressive shades, as the completion of the ...

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A SURREALIST BEER, AT THE CAFE’ MUSEUM – Brussels, Magritte Museum

In Belgium, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts are open to all. Their goal is to make your visit pleasant. In collaboration with Brasserie de la Senne, the Magritte Museum https://www.fine-arts-museum.be/en has created a surrealist beer, in which the features have been created to bring out the spirit of René Magritte’s painting. Here, since his death in 1967, he has ...

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THE INTACT MEMORY OF A PAINTER – Brussels Welcome to the home of René Magritte

Brussel is the city, where an extraordinary artist René Magritte had worked almost 24 years of his life. Visit now the museum of that surrealist painter. On the ground floor, the René Magritte Museum http://www.magrittemuseum.be/en/00_home_en.php presents the apartment, where the painter lived, while his biographical exhibition spreads on two other floors. Walking in his home, http://www.magrittemuseum.be/en/02_virtuelle_en.php a careful observation will ...

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THE ENCHANTED DOMAIN – Knokke-Heist, Renè Magritte and the Grand Casino’s wall

Many years ago Knokke used to boast a small airport. The planes are long gone and welcome to Zwin – international bird airport. Zwin’s nature reserve, http://www.zwin.be/nl/het-zwin-beeld a 158 hectare coastal natural reserve, is a protected sanctuary for birds. The new visitor centre provides an excellent introduction to the ever changing avian population of the marshes. Younger visitors will love its ...

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FROM SAINT PETERSBURG TO TAGANROG – Author’s Travel in Russia

Decision to visit Russia http://www.visitrussia.org.uk/ strenghtens the beauty of paintings by Mikhail Vrubel and listening to a musical selection by Vladimir Vysotsky or reading a novel by Anton Čechov and poetic selection of Marina Tsvetaeva, because valorizing the language (and the culture) means to enhance human creativity in all its expressive shades, as the completion of the creative horizon, which ...

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