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Results found for: July 2014

31 Jul 2014
A view in the Cayman Islands.
Record numbers of travellers are taking holidays in the Cayman Islands, according to new figures released by Cayman Islands Tourism Ass...
30 Jul 2014
The Chateau Fontainebleau is one of the most historical attractions in Paris
Chateau Fontainebleau is one of the most historical attractions in Paris, and visitors to the city should certainly pay this magnificen...
28 Jul 2014
Enter Opodo's Matisse competition
There's still time to enter Opodo's new Matisse competition, which closes on August 1st.You could win tickets to see the much-t...
Survey shows nearly half favour expansion of closest airport
Some 47 per cent of people who live close to the airports Heathrow, Luton, Gatwick, Stansted or London City favour expansion for the ai...
25 Jul 2014
Local pledges made by Gatwick as it plans expansion
A range of pledges have been revealed by Gatwick Airport, which are aimed at making sure the local community will benefit if another ru...
21 Jul 2014
The city of Melbourne.
Melbourne's National Gallery of Victoria has just opened a new samurai-themed exhibition, which has a lengthy run ahead at the attr...
18 Jul 2014
Berlin is home to a show about the people of the world.
Visitors to Berlin have until September 21st this year to see the exhibit Seven Billion Others at natural history museum Museum fü...
4 Jul 2014
Revamp funding for Australian Museum announced
The Australian Museum in Sydney is set to undergo a revamp. Troy Grant, New South Wales minister for the arts, recently gave word of $7...
3 Jul 2014
Bird-themed art show planned for Washington
Starting in October, Washington's Smithsonian American Art Museum is set to present a new exhibition with a focus on bird-themed ar...
2 Jul 2014
Angus & Julia Stone plan Sydney Opera House gig
Angus & Julia Stone are set to perform at the Sydney Opera House this September, it has been announced.The pair's debut at the ...