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Bizarre Architecture of Spain’s Antonio Gaudi

Bizarre Architecture of Spain’s Antonio Gaudi June 14, 2012 | Barcelona, Europe, Offbeat, Spain | Read More
Catalan architect Gaudi's organic-shaped buildings draw millions to Barcelona Gaudi’s Unique Architectural Style Gives Barcelona Many Landmarks Image: sanfamedia.com / Flickr With its self-supporting, undulating stone facade and wrought iron balconies, the Casa Mila is today considered...

“Artificial” Icewine Causes Relations to Chill Between Grape Growers

“Artificial” Icewine Causes Relations to Chill Between Grape Growers August 19, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The world of wine is seemingly governed by the pretense of history and the taste buds of the judging elite– but this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It guides growers on agricultural practices and almost guarantees the production of quality wine. Icewine, the premium dessert wine of the wine-drinking...

Bullfighting In Spain Slowly Becoming a Thing of the Past

Bullfighting In Spain Slowly Becoming a Thing of the Past August 5, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Different cultures have different trademarks. In parts of America, people like to race pigs. In places like Haiti, cockfighting is a standard pastime. In India, elephants are treated and revered as sacred creatures. These different human-animal relationships reflect certain qualities of the different...
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