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News from Slovenia July 2013|
Posted by REMO on Saturday, July 27, 2013 (01:50:54) (3063 reads)
News from Slovenia July 2013
EuroBasket 2013 - the biggest sporting event in the history of independent Slovenia is less than two months away. Join the countdown as euphoria rises!
Matevž Lenarčič wins the Aviator of the Year award and also beats the "Fearless Felix". Hostel Celica – award winner as the most innovative hostel, placed among 25 most unique hotels in the world and ranked among the top most popular hostels according to the world tourist guide "bibles" such as Lonely Planet and Rough Guides - is at its 10th anniversary also one of the most extraordinary and innovative places from all the continents described in the publication 501 Great Places to Stay.
Follow www.slovenia.info to get the feel of summer festival fever in Slovenia!
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Düsseldorf a summer's tale|
Posted by REMO on Saturday, July 27, 2013 (01:50:18) (2978 reads)
Dear Düsseldorf Friends,
As Fortuna is all set to fight its way back into the Bundesliga this season, Düsseldorf today already takes a top spot in the Champions League of cities. The event and cultural calendar for the coming months once again makes a trip to the Rhine metropolis more than worthwhile.
But come and take a look for yourself – seeing is believing!
We look forward to your visit.
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Grand Opening of Red Star Line Museum|
Posted by spainsun on Tuesday, July 02, 2013 (23:46:55) (2781 reads)
The new museum is housed in the historical warehouses of the legendary shipping company Red Star Line. The Red Star Line Museum tells the story of the company and highlights on the tales of more than two millions Europeans who had the courage to leave the old world in search of better life in the Promised Land. Between 1873 and 1934 the Red Star Line's ocean steamers sailed to the United States with famous passengers as Albert Einstein, others as Irving Berlin would become international stars.
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Düsseldorf News - An eventful year 2013 awaits you!|
Posted by REMO on Thursday, January 17, 2013 (17:19:53) (3258 reads)
We wish you all a happy New Year, and look forward to enjoying some eventful months with you in Düsseldorf.
The year starts straight away with a highlight – the Düsseldorf Carnival – that will reach its peak at the beginning of February and will have the whole city linking arms and swaying together.
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Iran Tourism Guide|
Posted by Oficinas_Turismo on Thursday, December 13, 2012 (17:32:41) (42422 reads)
From the 6th century BC until 1935, the country that today is Iran was known as Persia. The name, Iran, derives from an ancient term "a‐eer‐yanem va‐ee‐jo" in Avesta, the holy book of the Zoroastrians, meaning 'the land of the Aeers'.
This term refers to the plateau upon which the Indo‐Iranians, a branch of the Aryans, settled. By the passing of time, the term "Aeer" changed to "Er" and later to "Ir", and so the official name of the country during the Sassanid period (400‐600 AD) was Iranshatr or Iranshahr. "Shatr" or "Shahr" means country, and so, Iranshahr meant "the country of the Nobles".
Iran comprises of a land area of over 1.6 million Sq m (the 17th country in the world by land area).
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Düsseldorf News - Winter is coming...|
Posted by REMO on Monday, October 15, 2012 (16:47:34) (4822 reads)
With a wealth of great events coming up, we can look forward to a truly golden autumn.
Highlights for the coming months include the New Fall Festival, the Gossip concert, and first-class exhibitions of works by Paul Klee and Andreas Gursky. Then from the end of November, we can once again enjoy burnt almonds and mulled wine at the Christmas Market.
We look forward to your visit.
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Düsseldorf News - Here comes the summer...|
Posted by REMO on Sunday, July 15, 2012 (16:34:41) (18424 reads)
Now it’s official – we’re in the premier league! Congratulations to the Fortuna Düsseldorf team on their success. But it’s not just in football that we’re first class: The Düsseldorf art and cultural landscape and mega events such as the Biggest fun fair on the Rhine can hold their own too. Visit us and enjoy exciting football matches, excellent exhibitions and high-calibre, international performing arts. We look forward to your visit.
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Easter in Monemvasia - Peloponnese|
Posted by spainsun on Thursday, April 26, 2012 (10:12:42) (5128 reads)
Easter is the most important of religious holidays for the Greeks and Monemvasia town provides many opportunities for you to have a good time and experience the unique atmosphere of Easter in Greece. Spending Easter in Monemvasia is definitely a spiritual experience, as the locals live the Passion Week in devoutness and deep contemplation. Delve into an overwhelming spiritual atmosphere and participate into sacred rituals, ancient-old traditions and joyful celebrations!
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SIFNOS INCLUDED IN NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TOP 10 ISLANDS LIST|
Posted by spainsun on Thursday, April 26, 2012 (10:04:48) (6656 reads)
One of the islands of Western Cyclades, Sifnos, a balance of beautiful beaches, nightlife, white Cycladic villages, low-impact tourism and maybe the best food in the Cyclades, is listed in the Top Ten Islands under the Sun. Sifnos Island, located in Western Cyclades, was included in National Geographic's "Top Ten Islands under the Sun" list, alongside destinations such as Bahamas, Seychelles and French Polynesia.
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