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  1. San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, is a vibrant weekend getawayRead the original story w/Photo

    59 min ago | Los Angeles Times

    Some consider the neatly laid-out town of San Miguel de Allende a Mexican Disneyland. Full of stucco colonial buildings whose paint jobs I would describe as watermelon gelato, electric cantaloupe and tres leches , San Miguel is an Instagrammer's playground.

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  2. Lebanon opens startup acceleratorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Finextra Research news

    In the last few years the ICT sector in Lebanon has experienced something of a boom, worth an estimated $381 million in 2014 and growing at a rate of 7.9 per cent. Traditionally, Lebanese talent tended to make its biggest impact abroad, with global diaspora estimated at around 14 million.

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  3. Why Everyone's Boasting About Bergen NorwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Huffington Post

    Initially my interest in going to Bergen while I was in Norway was sparked when I discovered a train route I could take with my RailEurope flexipass that goes from one side of Norway to the other. It starts in Oslo and ends in Bergen and has several other scenic stops you can make on the way.

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  4. A Flower and a Way of Life in PerilRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Scientific American

    Antonio and Geraldo da Luz Soares hold bouquets of sempre-vivas - the "everlasting" flowers that provide a livelihood for many traditional communities in this region. Three species of the flower are considered critically endangered and 40 species are listed as endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

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  5. Sortis Panama City Panama The Newest Addition to the Hotel Scene and SkylineRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 17 | Examiner.com

    With seasonal nonstop service into Panama City from Denver and the emergence of the city being known as the Hong Kong of the Americas, Denver based travelers and others can enjoy a sojourn to this steamy tropical destination where high-rises literally border jungle terrain and the Canal continues to influence worldwide transportation of commerce. Located in the Obarrio neighborhood of Panama City , The Sortis Hotel , Spa and Casino inhabits a unique niche known as an urban resort.

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  6. The colorful mountainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | TrekEarth

    I posted a pic of this colorful mountain taken during my trip to Cuba in May. I returned there in November and this pic with the inclusion of two people in the left, I think that will give the exact idea of how is impressive. The Vinales Mural de la Prehistoria is the work of the former Director of Mapping at the Cuban Academy of Sciences, Leovigildo Gonzalez Morillo.

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  7. Diyarbak r's ruined Sur to be rebuilt 'like Spain's Toledo,' vows Turkish PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    DiyarbakA r's historical Sur district will be rebuilt to erase the scars of weeks-long clashes between security forces and outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party militants, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet DavutoAYlu has said, citing Spain's reconstruction of historic Toledo as an example. "We will reconstruct DiyarbakA r's Sur so beautifully that it will become a tourist attraction with its architectural texture," DavutoAYlu told reporters during an official visit to the Saudi capital Riyadh.

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  8. Magical Laotian town preserved by UNESCO loses its soul - Sat, 30 Jan 2016 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | The Spokesman-Review

    It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos. Luang Prabang weaves a never-never land spell on many a visitor with its tapestry of French colonial villas and Buddhist temples draped in a languid atmosphere.

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  9. Magical Laotian town preserved by UNESCO loses its soulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Newsday

    In this Sept. 8, 2014 photo, a tourist visits the Haw Pha Bang temple in the grounds of the Palace Museum in Luang Prabang, Laos.

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  10. Pakistani court orders work to stop on Lahore ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 30 | The Peninsula

    LAHORE: A Pakistani court has ordered construction of the country's first metro train line to stop after campaigners in the city of Lahore argued that the project endangered historical buildings. Lahore High Court issued a stay order late on Thursday suspending all work within 200 feet of 11 buildings of historical value, said Azhar Siddique, a lawyer and petitioner in the case.

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  11. Magical Laos town preserved by UNESCO has 'lost its soul'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | The China Post

    It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos. Luang Prabang weaves a never-never land spell on many a visitor with its tapestry of French colonial villas and Buddhist temples draped in a languid atmosphere.

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  12. A Night In Old San Antonio Brings the Heritage of San Antonio Alive in Four-night FestivalRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Digital Game Developer

    A Night In Old San Antonio is a four-night festival in the heart of downtown San Antonio that celebrates the citys diverse cultural legacy for more than 85,000 revelers annually. Sponsored by and benefiting the San Antonio Conservation Society, the 68th presentation of NIOSA will be held April 19-22, 2016 from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m, nightly during the citys Fiesta San Antonio celebration.

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  13. A magical town suffers from UNESCO attentionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | MSN Living

    In this Sept. 8, 2014 photo, a tourist visits the Haw Pha Bang temple in the grounds of the Palace Museum in Luang Prabang, Laos.

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  14. Pakistani court orders work to stop on Lahore metro lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Reuters

    Jan 29 A Pakistani court has ordered construction of the country's first metro train line to stop after campaigners in the city of Lahore argued that the project endangered historical buildings. Lahore High Court issued a stay order late on Thursday suspending all work within 200 feet of 11 buildings of historical value, said Azhar Siddique, a lawyer and petitioner in the case.

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  15. UNESCO World Heritage Sites under threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | The New Zealand Herald

    Photo / AP It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos. Luang Prabang weaves a never-never land spell on many a visitor with its tapestry of French colonial villas and Buddhist temples draped in a languid atmosphere.

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  16. The one-way ticket to ISIS centralRead the original story

    Thursday Jan 28 | GantDaily.com

    It's a pretty normal bus - windows slightly cracked, dust, the occasional button missing on the dashboard. But when its passengers say they take it knowing they could be on a one-way ticket to death, they aren't exaggerating.

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  17. Magical Laotian Town Preserved by UNESCO Loses Its SoulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | ABC News

    It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos. Luang Prabang weaves a never-never land spell on many a visitor with its tapestry of French colonial villas and Buddhist temples draped in a languid atmosphere.

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  18. UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the Downside of Cultural TourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Skift

    A tourist visits the Haw Pha Bang temple in the grounds of the Palace Museum in Luang Prabang, Laos. It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos.

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  19. Magical Laotian town preserved by UNESCO, but losing its soulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | The Chronicle-Telegram

    LUANG PRABANG, Laos - It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos.

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  20. Why a magical UNESCO-preserved town in Laos loses its soulRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | The Indian Express

    It is officially described as the best-preserved city in Southeast Asia, a bygone seat of kings tucked into a remote river valley of Laos. Luang Prabang weaves a never-never land spell on many a visitor with its tapestry of French colonial villas and Buddhist temples draped in a languid atmosphere.

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