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Results found for: July 2014

31 Jul 2014
Movie set theme park opens in Rome
Film lovers could be heading to Italy's first cinema theme park on their Rome breaks after the doors to the attraction were thrown ...
Upcoming treats at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Recently opened and coming in for plenty of interest, the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe in London is famed partly ...
23 Jul 2014
Debut European airport Nando's opens
Despite its popularity, until now Nando's has never opened a branch in a European airport.That has just changed though, as Nando...
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield welcomes sculpture
A new work of art has been introduced to Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield. A sculpture stretching up four metres in height called...
21 Jul 2014
Edinburgh.
Want a taste of the Royal life on a visit to Edinburgh? Why not try Britannia, the yacht that the British Royal Family used for more th...
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...
A view of Sydney
There's the chance to see waxworks of The Beatles in Sydney at the moment.The city's branch of Madame Tussauds is currently hom...
15 Jul 2014
Angelina Jolie waxwork unveiled at Grevin, Paris
A waxwork of Maleficent actress Angelina Jolie has been created and put on show at Grevin, the famed Parisian waxwork museum.The sculpt...
14 Jul 2014
Kwaku festival about to get underway in Amsterdam
From July 12th to August 10th Amsterdam Zuidoost  will be transformed into multicultural hub of fun and excitement as Bijlmerpark ...
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...