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Posted: (6 days ago) Culture Trip makes travel planning easy and fun with award-winning travel stories, insider city guides, and handpicked hotels in the coolest neighbourhoods. Explore, plan and book with Culture Trip.

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This Is Everything Donald Trump Eats in a Day

Posted: (4 days ago) The man has been so scrutinised in every aspect of his life that his food choices have come to represent the president himself. Weighing in at 239 pounds and measuring 6 feet, 3 inches tall at a physical examination in January – in ‘excellent health’ according to the White House doctor (but measuring just a single pound below obese under guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease ...

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The 10 Most-Wanted Missing Paintings In The World

Posted: (2 days ago) When the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Musée du Louvre in Paris in 1911, the theft caused an international sensation. Hiding in a broom closet until the museum was closed, Louvre employee Vincenzo Peruggia then swiped the painting, leaving just four iron pegs on the walls. Two years later, the thief and the painting were recovered, and the painting returned to the museum in 1914.

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The 9 Best Books by William Faulkner You Should Read

Posted: (4 days ago) Set in Jefferson in Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, the fictional yet symbolic landscape for many of Faulkner’s southern American novels, Light in August has race and identity at the heart of its narrative. Its protagonist, Joe Christmas, is the victim of both racial and religious intolerance as an orphan with mixed heritage who is raised by an abusive, puritanical farmer.

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11 Things You Should Know About Filipino Culture

Posted: (2 days ago) What is it about the Philippines that makes it different from the rest of the world? Well, for one thing, it is all about their culture. Here are 11 things you should know about Filipino culture that sets them apart from any other nation on the planet.

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The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in New Hampshire, USA

Posted: (10 days ago) Harrisville is a well-preserved 19th-century mill town located in the idyllic Monadnock Region in the southern part of the state. A true historic gem, the town is brimming with charming buildings and independent shops. The downtown area, which is a National Historic Landmark, features red-brick buildings and mills along with bodies of water, which provide reflecting qualities creating picture ...

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12 Things No-One Tells You About Moving to Scotland

Posted: (5 days ago) Stereotypes aside, Scotland stands out for its proud heritage and deep-rooted traditions. We all know it’s as bonnie as it’s headstrong but what don’t we know? From politics to potholes — and since the Scots are graced with a wonderfully frank nature — let’s go through 12 things that no one tells you about moving to Scotland.

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10 Things to Know Before Moving to Puerto Rico

Posted: (3 days ago) In Puerto Rico the overall cost of living is about 13% higher than the mainland United States. The Jones Act of 1920 requires that everything that comes to Puerto Rico must first be shipped to the States and then reshipped to the island by US transport, thereby increasing cost.

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The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Colorado, USA

Posted: (6 days ago) Before becoming a booming silver-mining town in the late 19th century, Creede was a hunting ground for the Utes. Today, this picturesque town in southern Colorado is a wonderful place to explore history and partake in recreational activities due to the beautiful mountains, forests, and streams in the area.

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27 Canadian Slang Words You Need to Know

Posted: (2 days ago) While Canada may have two official languages, the country boasts a third, rather unofficial, language: Canadian slang. With an influx of tourists (looking at you, Canadian dollar) and new residents (looking at you, America and your somewhat bonkers presidential race), you’ll need a cheat sheet for day-to-day lingo in the Great White North.

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