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Results found for: June 2014

30 Jun 2014
The flag of Canada.
The West Wind and The Jack Pine by Tom Thompson have been put on show in a new exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada for th...
A ribbon being cut.
Terminal 2: The Queen's Terminal at Heathrow Airport was opened earlier this month, appropriately enough by the monarch herself.The...
27 Jun 2014
Tintin and Snowy
He's one of the world's most famous comic book characters, and fans of Tintin may well want to try exploring the Musee Herge (H...
25 Jun 2014
An artist's palette.
The National Museum of Canada has just become home to a new exhibition called Gustave Doré (1832 – 1883): Master of Imagin...
23 Jun 2014
Ballet Russes exhibition opens in Tokyo, Japan
Just days ago, Tokyo's National Art Centre opened its latest exhibition, Ballets Russes: the Art of Costume.The show came to the mu...
13 Jun 2014
Paris to remove love locks from bridges
Thousands of couples who have placed love locks on Parisian bridges will see the tokens of their affections removed over the coming wee...
9 Jun 2014
New attractions for the Swiss Alps this summer
While the Swiss Alps in the Bernese Oberland have always had plenty to keep travellers occupied in the summer - such as the spectacular...
4 Jun 2014
Thailand lifts curfew in tourist resorts
The curfew that has been in place in Thailand has been lifted at three of the country's top resorts, in a bid to boost the tou...
3 Jun 2014
More UK airports offering free Wi-Fi
A new survey has revealed that 22 out of 25 of the UK’s main airports now provide travellers with free Wi-Fi access while they&rs...
Heathrow T2 ready to open
Tomorrow (4 June) will see Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 open to the public with what officials have described as a ‘soft openi...