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Unseen images of a lost London (when it really was a capital place to live!)

Tower Bridge (built 1886–1894) a combined bascule + suspension bridge in London which crosses the River Thames. Close to the Tower of London, from which it takes its name, it has become an iconic symbol of London. Officially opened 30.6.1894 by The Prince of Wales (the future King Edward VII), and his wife, Alexandra, Princess of Wales. shown here in 1893.

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from Bloglovin’

10 Free Things To Do In Reykjavik (Unlocking Kiki)

One thing you will quickly learn when visiting Iceland, it is one expensive country. Don’t let...

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from The Telegraph

100 of the best things to do in London

London 2012: 100 of the best things to do in London - Telegraph

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from Foursquare

Principality Stadium

Millenium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales Find out what local attractions we have close to Celtic Manor http://www.celtic-manor.com/local-area

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from My feet are meant to roam

Ten free things to do in Belfast

A visit to the capital of Northern Ireland doesn't have to cost anything! From museums to art galleries, from live music to markets: discover all things free in Belfast!

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Siem Reap is the capital city of Siem Reap Province in northwestern Cambodia, TRAVEL CAMBODIA BY MultiCityWorldTravel.Com Search Engine For Hotels-Flights Bookings Globally Save Up To 80% On Travel Cost Easily find the best price and availabilty from all ...

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from The Independent

Why are so many of St Petersburg's renowned art-nouveau mansions being

peter nasmyth unwraps Exhibit A with elaborate care: a Russian book entitled Deshevia Pastroiki: Dachnaya Arkhitektura – Cheap Buildings: Dacha Architecture. Its pages are falling out, visibly eaten away by time. He'd found it 15 years ago in a second-hand bookshop in sub-tropical Sukhumi – once the Black Sea's smartest resort, latterly the war-torn capital of Georgia's breakaway state of Abkhazia – and it had cost him a dollar. Then he tells me what he's done with it: made a smart new…

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Also, why did we need to build a huge art structure thing that cost a fortune and ended up being not that impressive

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What's an API and Why Do You Need One? More governments are using an application programing interface to share data internally and with citi...

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The red rattler tram to Glenelg in Adelaide, South Australia • Adelaide's icons

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