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Would You Like To Experience Venice’s Romantic Underwater Bookstore?

By Janet / September 3, 2019

Venice Libreria Acqua Alta is a bookstore located in the waterside city of Venice. It’s more a cross between a flea market and a library than a bookstore. Being near the water gives the still bookstore a touch of inspiration. LibreriaAcqua Alta bookstore may be the only bookstore in the world that’s underwater. The store, […]

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The World’s Most Expensive Building Costing $700 Billion: Grand Mosque

By Janet / August 25, 2019

Which is the most expensive building in the world? The grand mosque of mecca, in Saudi Arabia, is one of the richest places in the Middle East. The mosque is located in “mecca”, the first holiest site in Islam, and the grand mosque is now the first holiest temple in Islam. This century-old building has […]

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The Dutch Sansans Windage Village Is A Treasure Of Historical Evolution

By Janet / July 23, 2019

One of the most famous windmills in the whole of the Netherlands is the village of sansans. So sansans is also the most visited place, many people here, will be attracted by the pure natural beauty of fengche village. The village of sansans, north of Zaandam in the province of nord Holland, is about 15 […]

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British Museum – The World’s Oldest And Most Comprehensive Museum

By Janet / May 26, 2019

The British Museum is the oldest and most comprehensive museum in the world, located in London, England. It collects many artifacts and books from all over the world. The variety and variety of collections are rare in museums around the world. The collection was mainly derived from the UK’s external expansion from the 18th to […]

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A Hong Kong Dingding Bus Ride Guide

By Janet / April 26, 2019

The car is a double-decker tram in Hong Kong. This kind of transportation a hundred years ago is still only preserved in Hong Kong. The track of the car runs through the north of Hong Kong Island in the east-west direction. The most comprehensive route is Kennedy Town – Tsuen Wan. The journey takes about […]

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El Ateneo Grand Splendid — South America’s Most Beautiful Bookstore

By Janet / August 3, 2016

How can old theaters shine without any more play? Here’s the best example of a stunning rebirth. Grand Splendid Theater in Buenos Aires, Argentina has a history of almost a hundred years, and it was successfully converted into a beautiful bookstore called El Ateneo Grand Splendid. Literally its name has indicated the charm of the […]

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Are You Brave Enough to Spend a Night at This Creepy Clown Motel?

By Janet / May 30, 2016

Imagine driving into a small desert town late at night. You can hardly hold your eyes open and need to find a motel room rather quickly. You finally come across a motel that has a vacancy. You think you just got really lucky, but you soon discover the motel has a clown theme. Yes, clowns! […]

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