The Museum aan de Stroom (Museum by the River) opened in 2011 to widespread acclaim in Antwerp, Belgium.
“Propaganda is really no more than communication of ideas designed to persuade people to think and behave in a desired way,” read Philip Taylor’s words by a pointing, stern-faced Uncle Sam figure.
The exhibition space within Antwerp’s Museum of Contemporary Art, the MHKA, is reminiscent of New York’s Museum of Modern Art and Munich’s Pinakothek der Moderne.
My legs feel weak and heart is thumping. Vikki looks into my eyes and offers calm words of encouragement; she’s come to rescue me from the practice loop of the ropes course at Tree Top Adventure, near Betws-y-Coed in North Wales.
“It’s like Prague in the palm of your hand,” enthused travel writer David Graham, as we strolled through a misty drizzle into the Old Town of Tallinn as dusk enveloped the city. The yellow glow of street lamps reflected on damp cobbles and we passed Gothic doorways dating from the Middle-Ages.
From 16 to 19 May 2013 the Thracian Cliffs Golf and Beach Resort hosted the Volvo World Match Play Championship, the biggest golf tournament yet to have been played in Bulgaria.
Hamid Selmi is a man of few words. The Bedouin guide beckons me to follow him and walks through fine golden sand and onto the bedrock that marks the beginning of a trek along Egypt’s Coloured Canyon.
Over the past few years increased value has been placed on environmentally sound projects with a strong community base. If Oman’s Aflaj irrigation system was built from scratch today it might well be regarded as a shining example of how a civil engineering project can be implemented according to contemporary and sustainable environmental principles.
Nizwa is Oman’s former capital and a destination offering fascinating insights into the traditions and lifestyles of the country’s interior.
Infamously, the first major action experienced by the Australian and New Zealand Army Corp was on Turkey’s Gallipoli peninsula. Every year, on 25 April, somber ceremonies are held there to mark the campaign and the casualties of World War One.