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JEREZ, THE INVISIBLE FRONTIER

Jerez de la Frontera, one spring morning, two glass of wine on our table, the taste of the Atlantic Ocean and the scent of Andalusia. Thank you for being with me in this region of Spain. The winter, as always happens was humid and temperate, but we can expect a hot and dry summer, and that is why I have …

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WATERLOO: A DREAM, LIGHT STILL NOT DISSOLVED

Welcome to Waterloo. As you see, it is a Belgian city of Wallonia. His fame is linked to an ancient battle between Napoleon Bonaparte and the seventh European coalition, which met once more against him. That bloody event took place June 18, 1815, and marked the final defeat of the imperial dream of the French general that the British called …

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PAMUKKALE: no, it is not a Cotton Castle

No, it is not a castle of cotton, you’re with me, in Pamukkale, Turkey in the south-west, but if you want we can call this place by its old name: Hierapolis, the ancient Roman city, the one where earthquakes have produced countless, but also a benefit: the birth of the hot springs, where the water-rich limestones has painted the mountain …

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TANZANIA: PHOTO TOUR

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ELBA ISLAND, ITALY: Three bees buzzing again

It is an island from the wide sandy bays, with a stretch of south-western coast that invites you to put your swimsuit for a dip in the sea. You’ll have to remember that that area is very popular with tourists, those like you who are attracted by the beauty of the “Costa del Sol”. If, however, you will want to …

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ASSISI, ITALY: The extraordinary life of an ordinary man

Giotto was an Italian painter, and in the years between 1296 and 1300, he has made ​​over the walls of a basilica, the particular series of frescoes that you’re watching, along with me. It is not necessary to imagine the face of the man made a saint by the Pope, and even you will need to ask yourself the questions …

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HOLLAND, KINDERDIJK: In the concert of windmills

The windmill is built to harness the energy of the wind, and it creates mechanical energy, one that in the eighteenth century, around Kinderdijk, was used by its nineteen mills to handle the water, avoiding the recurrent floods. The origin of the windmills is old, but all of them had something similar: usually they grind flour and were placed on …

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Zanzibar All Scents Of Life

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CERVENY KAMEN CASTLE, SLOVAKIA: A bench, where love has never turned off.

It is on a rocky outcrop in the woods of the Little Carpathians, in an area that maintains its long tradition of wine-growing. It is a village easily accessible from Bratislava, its name is Červený Kameň (Red Stone), and has its own castle, the one built by Italian architects of the Board of Auditors Palffi. The Castle is open every …

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SCHLOSS HOF, AUSTRIA: Good news from the courtyard of the castle

At Easter – on 29 and 30 March or on April 5 and 6 (from 10 to 18 hours) – you could visit a particular market, but you run the risk of losing you in weird mazes, made of stalls particular, those in the courtyard of an Austrian castle situated on the B 49: Niederweiden. Visiting his beautiful garden, but …

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