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SINGING YOU CALL IT LOVE – Karoline Krüger, singing for our earth.

A woman, two daughters and a husband, wrapped in music. Being the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway, it has the ideal combination of nature, culture and interesting urban attractions. Bergen you offers excellent experiences and culture. Here you can live a seafood experience with a boat trip, dinning at Cornelius Seafood Restaurant http://corneliusrestaurant.no/. In this town, you will find …

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BRIGHTER PAINTING STYLE, THROUGH COLOUR AND MOOD – Nikolai Astrup, the lost artist of Norway.

Eerie and sublime Scandinavian landscape. From this place, you can see Bjørsetfjellet (a mountain that presents in many of the paintings of a Norwegian painter. Astruptunet http://www.artiststudiomuseum.org/studio-museums/astruptunet/, is the place where a very creative man bought his farm. In 1914, he and his family moved into a building there of logs that had only one room. Until his death, the …

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ON WITH THE BUTTER! – Iceland journey: Good beginning a good ending together four creative Icelander.

There are many wonders, even in a cow’s head. This is an http://meetingbenches.com/ journey, where creative places and people invite you to travel. After our author’s journey in Azores Islands http://meetingbenches.com/2019/03/the-eden-you-should-not-want-to-leave-azores-islands-the-destination-at-your-tipping-point/, your basket of memories will enrich with something new, this time crossing the creative rainbow that embrace a piece of Iceland. City Walk Reykjavik https://citywalk.is/ is a free walking …

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NEVER TO HARM A LIVING CREATURES – Under the Glacier, novel by Halldór Laxness

Throughout your life, place poor above all others. What better way to get to know a country than diving headfirst into its literary world? Dive yourself into Iceland’s rich literary history, hearing from a writer inspired by Iceland? You can choose a bookstore in downtown Reykjavik. We advise you to choose a novel by Halldór Laxness, very useful for learning …

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A PERFECT BALANCE BETWEEN FORMS AND LINES – Gunnlauger Scheving: How people behave when they work.

When the artist develops symbolic images of the identity of man and nature. City Walk Reykjavik https://citywalk.is/ is a free walking tour. In all public swimming pools of Reykjavík, thanks to the abundance of geothermal energy, it is possible to swim outdoors throughout the year. One of the few beaches where the temperature of the water allows swimming without a …

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THE EDEN YOU SHOULD NOT WANT TO LEAVE – Azores Islands, the destination at your tipping point.

Moving in a cloud creative people, a thousand feet above sea level. This is an http://meetingbenches.com/ journey, where creative places and people invite you to travel. After our author’s journey in Canada http://meetingbenches.com/2019/03/travel-through-canada-over-a-great-creative-party/, your basket of memories will enrich with something new, this time crossing the creative rainbow that embrace a piece of Azores Islands. The Azorean Woman in the …

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WHEN, OF ALL THINGS, THE WORST IS HAVING BEEN BORN – Antero de Quental: Writing poems, between pessimism and depression.

Poetry, a sincere confession of the most intimate thought of an era. Ponta Delgada https://www.visitportugal.com/en/NR/exeres/6B6EEBF7-573E-4DD7-A758-8D260C6CA546, where to experience whale and dolphin watching, or a private tour of Sete Cidades and Lagoa do Fogo. Here you can also relax in the hot springs of an active volcano, heading towards the Furnas volcanic complex (in Povoação), bathing in the warm waters of …

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WING THE BOAT – José Medeiros, the sorcerer of the wind.

Bad Weather in the Canal. Its clear water and the enchanting beach are magnificent for swimming and diving. In the island of São Miguel, the islet of Vila Franca do Campo http://www.azores-islands.info/uk/places/sao-miguel/vila-franca-campo.html, is what remains of the crater of a volcano, and offers a busy day to those who visit it. Inside the crater, there is a natural pool, which …

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SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT – João de Brito: Awaken hope, speaking to the heart, through colors.

When oils stimulate the sense of sight to producing emotion and thought. In 1427, it became the second of the islands discovered by colonists from continental Portugal. São Miguel Island is the largest and most populous island in the archipelago of the Azores http://theazoresislands.blogspot.com/search/label/S%C3%A3o%20Miguel%20Island. In the early 15th century, many settlers from the historical provinces of Estremadura, Algarve and Madeira …

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TRAVEL THROUGH CANADA – Over a great creative party.

Emily, Patricia, Shaina and Denis. Four ways to be Canadian. After our author’s journey in the Northeast of America http://meetingbenches.com/2019/03/travel-memories-inside-a-poster-authors-journey-in-the-northeast-of-america/, your basket of memories will enrich with something new, this time crossing the creative rainbow that embrace a piece of Canada. You will remember bears and whales, a music festival under a full moon in July and the extraordinary paintings …

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LOOKING FOR DESIGNERS DRESSES – Canadian fashion designers, to wear on your daily life.

Stunning fashion creations to covet & creative Canadian peoples to know. Known for its fine sand beaches and busy calendar of events, the friendly town of Alma http://tourismealma.com/en/, offer to you historic and gourmet discoveries, made through attractions, boutiques and restaurants. Here you can discover À l’Orée des Champs http://www.aloreedeschamps.com/, an unforgettable country-style dining, establishment located in a wooden building …

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SINGING THE MOST VALUABLE LIFE LESSONS – Shania Twain: When you feel like in a way, you are starting over, with everything.

Why it is important to give it all you have, while you have the chance. It became home to dozens of prospectors during the gold rush who explored the areas around Porcupine Lake and the Frederick House River. Human settlement in the area is at least 6,000 years old. On the Mattagami River, Timmins (northeastern Ontario), has a large Francophone …

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