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Greece 2013

Tweet Tourists finally start to leave Greece in October.

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The last shipyard in Stockholm

Beckholmen (Pitch island) in the middle of Stockholm is the last trace of the city’s once booming shipping industry. The small island used to be home to numerous tar boileries – one of Sweden’s primary export goods until 19th century, … Continue reading

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Vilnius street art

Vilnius Old Town has a pretty amazing selection of street art on display: mainly spray painted stencils, but also some posters, stickers and freehand drawings.

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Vilnius

Vilnius used to be a diverse, vibrant city – but today it feels more like a museum. Geographically it’s somewhere in the middle of Europe: the exact location is supposed to be some 30 km from Vilnius – although both … Continue reading

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Milan

Milan. Some traces of the former Roman glory:

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Eastbourne

Eastbourne is a sleepy seaside town not far from Brighton. It used to be a famous resort thanks to the unusually sunny climate (at least for England), but that was before charter flights became affordable and elderly people took control … Continue reading

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London 2008

The famous London weather is not just an urban myth.

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Alanya, Turkey

December is the low season, and Alanya is no longer packed with people from all over the world. Street salesmen, charter boat owners and restaurant staff are desperately trying to compel the few remaining visitors to spend some money. Counterfeit … Continue reading

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