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Barcelona and Madrid, Spain Student Travel – EF Educational Tours BAM

Spend time in Las Ramblas and Parque Guell in Barcelona, and see the Royal Palace in Madrid, Spain. EF Educational Tours to Spain http://eftri.ps/N0prgR We are in Barcelona right now in the famous Las Ramblas. – I am here at Parque … Continue reading

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Your Mission To Space City: Houston Travel Information

Houston, Texas, is probably most famous for its featured role in space travel movies as NASA’s Mission Control Center is based here inside the Johnson Space Center. However, there are hundreds more reasons to book your airfare to Houston, the … Continue reading

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French and Spanish Baroque art characteristics?

French and Spanish Baroque art characteristics? What are they? 10 pts for best answer! French didn’t really have much of a Baroque era as far as I’m aware. When the Baroque was going on, Nicolas Poussin was all the rage … Continue reading

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euronews le mag – Picasso and british art

http://www.euronews.net/ Spanish artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso remains the 20th century’s single most important artistic figure, a towering genius who changed the face of modern art. Picasso lived most of his life in France, but a new exhibition at Tate Britain … Continue reading

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Italian travel guide

Italy as one of the most ancient European civilizations is unknown to none. Italy had been the land of Roman Empire for long. Today the country has a rich history and tradition that speaks for itself and gathers tourists from … Continue reading

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Barcelona Festival of Song 2012 – Final Student’s Concert Part 2

This is part 2 of the Barcelona Festival of Song’s Student’s Concert that took place at the beautiful Palau Moja in Barcelona. The Barcelona Festival of Song is a Summer Program created in 2005 for the purpose of promoting the … Continue reading

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Barcelona – a Melting Pot of Culture, Food and Architecture

Barcelona Barcelona located on the Iberian Peninsula’s northeast coast is renowned for its contemporary museums and eccentric gothic architectural buildings past and present. This Catalan city oozes charm and sophistication making it one of the most visited cities in the … Continue reading

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Pablo Picasso biography (7 of 9)

A biography of the Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pablo_Picasso Duration : 0:10:54 Technorati Tags: Art, artist, cubism, español, guernica, pablo, painter, picasso, pintor, sculptor, Spanish

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Flamenco Spanish Guitar.Excellent !!! Enjoy This Acoustic Amazing Gypsy rumba

Flamenco is a style of music and dance which is native to several regions of southern Spain. Along with its Romani origins, Spanish, Byzantine, Sephardic and Moorish elements have often been cited as influences in the development of flamenco. It … Continue reading

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Outdoor Activities Available in Denver

The city of Denver is also the city of outdoors and adventure. The pleasantly warm climate can change at any moment. Therefore, it is always advisable to keep your sweaters or jackets at arms length, wherever you go. It is … Continue reading

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