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Filmkunstbar Fitzcarraldo Videothek & Bar in Berlin: Reichenberger str 133

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from The Quirky Traveller Blog

Celebrating India's Independence Day - photo essay

To celebrate World Heritage Day, we're celebrating some of the worlds top monuments and sites of cultural and architectural significance. The Taj Mahal, India is up there with the best. Have you visited it yet?

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Here are our top 10 unspoilt landscapes to explore should you wish to see some of Canada’s most stunning natural beauty

Here are our top 10 unspoilt landscapes to explore should you wish to see some of Canada’s most stunning natural beauty

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Hill Top, Beatrix Potter's 17th century cottage in England's Lake District

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Canterbury, England..... loved this place

Canterbury, England. Travel in the United Kingdom and learn fluent English with…

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Remember the cream tea here! Dartmouth Castle, Devon, England

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Camber Sands, East Sussex,UK Stretching along four miles of East Sussex coastline, the next of our pick of the best British beaches is Cambe...

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Dunure Castle and Labyrinth on Ayrshire coast, Scotland. According to Irish and English ancient legends the fairies danced on labyrinth spirals in the moonlight; in accordance to Norwegian popular beliefs stone rows made by ice-giants; by Swedish tales labyrinths mark the enters into underground palaces. Most of modern researches consider labyrinths as religious structures.

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German photographer Killian Schoenberger has utilized moody landscape and old stories of his childhood homeland to create a series of photographic illustrations inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Shot in remote rural areas of Middle Europe dominated by images of haunting fog, gnarled trees and dark homes you hope are abandoned. His exemplary work as a photographer is made even more impressive by the fact that he is colorblind.
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Haunting Photographic Illustrations of the Brothers Grimm

German photographer Killian Schoenberger has utilized moody landscape and old stories of his childhood homeland to create a series of photographic illustrations inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Shot in remote rural areas of Middle Europe dominated by images of haunting fog, gnarled trees and dark homes you hope are abandoned. His exemplary work as a photographer is made even more impressive by the fact that he is colorblind.

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