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    • 1.

      Lincoln City, the Cathedral, Castle and Museum

      by Ann Coveney - 2006-12-03
      The Lincoln skyline is dominated by its magnificent cathedral elevated above the city. This is an ancient city set in the heart of some of England's most green and pleasant lands. The city boomed unde...
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      Prague - Exotic and Charming

      by Vicki Landes - 2006-12-26
      Exotic, mysterious with its Old World charm, and still hiding so many secrets, Prague enchants even the most cynical tourist. Prague's rich history dates back thousands of years and a simple visit fe...
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      Choosing your Wedding Veil

      by ann guise - 2007-01-07
      1. A veil can transform the simplest dress into a stunning Bridal outfit.2. Try lots of different styles and lengths of veil in different fabrics to find the one that best compliments your outfit.3....
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      France's best cathedrals

      by Andrea Kirkby - 2007-02-05
      France is well known for its Gothic cathedrals. Indeed the Gothic style was invented in France. But with well over a hundred cathedrals to choose from, France presents a problem for the traveller; ...
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      York: a City Steeped in History

      by Andrew Regan - 2007-02-27
      Often described as the "last English city", York is one of Britain's most beautiful and historic towns, popular with tourists from around the country and overseas. Located in North Yorkshire, at the i...
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      Dunedin Has European cultures

      by Douglas Scott - 2007-05-20
      Situated on the south eastern coast of New Zealands South Island, Dunedin has a population of around 120,000 and is the main centre of Otago, a region recognised for its spectacular scenery. The sheer...
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      History Of Paris France Can Be Traced Back To 250 Bc

      by - 2007-10-30
      France is a country that is steeped in history and wherever you turn, you can see the magnificent buildings and monuments that have been constructed throughout the centuries.The first signs of civilis...
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      Kherson, a City Founded by Aleksandrovich Potemkin, and Will Offer you Something Different Than What you Will See Elsewhere

      by Stig Kristoffersen - 2008-01-03
      Kherson (Ukrainian and Russian: ??????) is a city in southern Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Kherson Oblast (province), and is designated as its own separate raion (district) within t...
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      Writing a Novel Has Never Been Easier

      by Stig Kristoffersen - 2008-04-15
      Writing a novel has never been easierThere are several different software packages around that will enable your writing process and assist you in the mechanics of writing and make it all easier for yo...
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      Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin

      by Mary Fok-Seang - 2008-06-30
      Christchurch Cathedral dates back to 1038, when it was founded by Sitric Silkbeard, King of the Vikings and Donat the 1st Bishop of Dublin. According to legend the Cathedral was built in wood. Obvious...