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Cunard Joins Crowdfunding to Help Build New Statue of Liberty Museum

about New York City, New York

Supplies exclusive donor perks for July-long campaign; new museum to launch in 2019.  It's the quintessential British luxury cruise line, but Cunard is still the perfect cruise partner to help build a new museum for the ultimate symbol of America.A highlight...

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Try to visit Vienna for the Vienna Opera Ball

It’s enough to make your head spin and spin and spin. In the city of music and romance, the ball of all annual balls, the Vienna Opera Ball, sparkles with chandeliers, music, celebrities, politicians, and beautiful dancers, transforming the Vienna...

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Film Set Fantasy: Go On Location in Ireland

about Ireland

The Emerald Isle is Hollywood gold! Lovers of green beer and big parties may dream of visiting Ireland for St. Patrick's Day festivities. But if cinematic drama is more your style, Ireland is where your fantasy of standing in the...

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Video: 3 Reasons You'll Love Marseille

about Marseille, France

France's largest port town, on the magical Mediterranean, has been transformed in recent years.  You'll still find the charms of its Old Port, the oldest neighborhood in France, the maritime culture... but there's been a wave of revitalization and stunning...

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Remai Modern: A New Player on North America's Modern Art Scene

about Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

October 2017 saw the birth of a new destination for modern art lovers.  The nearly $100 million Remai Modern art museum at River Landing in Saskatoon is an ambitious project that puts this Saskatchewan city on the map for culture...

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Video: How to Rock a Dirndl for Oktoberfest

Is Oktoberfest in your future? In Munich or a festival closer to home, you won't be fully into the spirit of the annual harvest celebration of Gemutlichkeit (fellowship), beer, pretzels and Wurst unless you also deck yourself in traditional Bavarian...

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The Writing's on the Wall in Chicago... Literally

about Chicago, Illinois

American Writers Museum is the newest addition to the city's Cultural Mile. It is the first and only museum of its kind celebrating the US literary scene and the men and women who captured and shaped American culture, point of...

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Face to Face with the World's Largest Solid Gold Buddha

about Bangkok, Thailand

Most of the time, breaking an historic religious icon does not turn out well. But when workers moving a large and very old but otherwise unremarkable plaster statue of Buddha in Bangkok in 1955 dropped their load, they got lucky....

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