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Exhibitions at ArkDes (museum of architecture and design) – Sweden Travel Article

Exhibitions at ArkDes (museum of architecture and design) ArkDes is a museum in Stockholm dedicated to architecture and design. It’s name is a shortening, in Swedish, of these two subjects (arkitektur och design). The official full name in English would be The Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design. It was known as the Swedish Museum of Architecture up until 2013 when it changed names and opened up for design exhibitions as well. The museum is located on the island of…

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Harlequin in Iceland and birding in Iceland – Scandinavian Travel Article

Harlequin in Iceland and birding in Iceland A colourful, small and strong duck. Iceland is the only country in Europe where the Harlequin lives. It is mostly staying on small freshwater rivers fighting the current with fast and smooth moves between rocks or down by the coastline surfing. It stays by the coastline on the sea during winter but in summer it finds a nice spot between rocks to lay their eggs and raise the chicks.  Its nothing like having…

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Fun Beach Activities to Enjoy in Helsinki – Finland Travel Article

Fun Beach Activities to Enjoy in Helsinki Credit: PixnioThere are several fun things you can try out in Helsinki, especially with the lockdown measures slowly easing up. With pleasant weather and ample sunshine, you can now take the necessary precautions and wander about outdoors to get in the fresh air and some exercise as well. We recommend trying out some fun beach activities that are safe provided you follow social distancing measures as well!Take a Dip or Frolic by the…

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Restaurant Salamanca, Spanish Food, Barceloneta – Spain Travel Article

Restaurant Salamanca, Spanish Food, Barceloneta I had one request for my first meal in a restaurant: that it be outside.The food was secondary. Cheap was a boon because well you know, you’ve lived it. The point is to see my friend. Whom I hadn’t been able to see for three months. First because in Spain, we were under the strictest lockdown in Europe, children were kept indoors for a full 8 weeks. No exceptions. Then as we entered Phase 1,…

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