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New ‘Deep Time’ public art programme unveiled for coast; Alex Candlin; News & Star

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The Cumbrian coastline is the inspiration for an exciting new public art commissions programme featuring an array of international contemporary artists, including several former Turner Prize winners.

Source: New ‘Deep Time’ public art programme unveiled for coast

Quang Ninh travel guide 2022; Son Nguyen; Viet Reader

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As a province in the northeast of Vietnam, Quang Ninh is likened to a miniature Vietnam. The west leans against the mountain, the east slopes down to the first half of the Gulf of Tonkin with a coastline of about 250 km, many estuaries. Quang Ninh has land and sea borders with China. On the mainland, the north of the province is bordered by Guangxi, China; to the east is the Gulf of Tonkin; the West borders the provinces of Lang Son, Bac Giang and Hai Duong; bordering Hai Phong to the south.

Source: Quang Ninh travel guide 2022

What’s missing from the Colosseum?; Giulia Francheschini; L’Italo-Americano

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The Colosseum is a symbol of Rome and Italy, with which everyone is familiar, even those who’ve never visited the site. It is majestic and grandiose, as its name suggests, but also reassuring in a way: just like an old friend or a great grandfather who still dispenses advice to the family, the Colosseum has always been there, as sturdy as a rock.

Source: What’s missing from the Colosseum? | L’Italo-Americano – Italian American bilingual news source

How to Plan a Trip to Italy’s Amalfi Coast — Best Seaside Towns, Top Luxury Hotels, and Tastiest Restaurants Included; Julia Buckley; Travel + Leisure

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Italy’s Amalfi Coast is sprinkled with colorful seaside towns. Julia Buckley’s guide will help you navigate the region like an expert.

Source: How to Plan a Trip to Italy’s Amalfi Coast — Best Seaside Towns, Top Luxury Hotels, and Tastiest Restaurants Included

This Ecuadorean city in the Andes has perfect weather – and you can retire there for as little as $1,500 a month; Silvia Ascarelli; Market Watch

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“If the place you live in doesn’t delight and amaze you every day, you’re doing it wrong. And that’s how I feel about Cuenca,” says Saralee Squires.

Source: This Ecuadorean city in the Andes has perfect weather – and you can retire there for as little as $1,500 a month