List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites

List of UNESCO World Heritage Sites - a place listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization as being of cultural or physical significance - by country and alphabetically. Alphabetically By Country List Alphabetically Download (zip) 18th-Century Royal Palace at Caserta with the Park, the Aqueduct of Vanvitelli, and the San Leucio Complex...

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Rail Europe’s 2015 End of Summer Sale

Rail Europe is a leading North American distributor of European rail products. Rail Europe represents over 50 railroads throughout Europe. $50 off Swiss Travel Pass Coupon code SWISSTRAVEL50 Book by September 8, 2015 The Swiss Travel Pass includes extensive travel on trains, buses and boats, as well as travel on scenic trains such as the...

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Ontario Legislative Building

The Ontario Legislative Building is home of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario and members of the provincial parliament. The style of architecture is Richardsonian Romanesque, which is a style of Romanesque Revival architecture. The building is surrounded by Queen's Park, an urban park that was opened in 1860 by the...

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5 Ways to End a Travel Blog Post

So, you have a travel blog and you are trying to figure out ways to end your travel blog post that will increase reader engagement, including sharing your blog post. I've put together five (5) ways you can end your travel blog post that will do just that, increase reader engagement and leave your reader...

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Toronto Eaton Centre

The Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping mall located in downtown Toronto, Canada. The five (5) story building has more than 1.6 million square feet of space and is Toronto's leading attraction with about one (1) million visitors per week! One of the great things about the Toronto Eaton Centre is that it's close...

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Royal Alexandra Theatre

The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a theatre built in 1907 in downtown Toronto, Canada. This 1,497 seat theatre is the oldest continuously operating theatre in North America. The beaux-arts style theatre is a temporary home for a lot of shows and award winning shows, such as Disney's Newsies and Titanic The Musical. The Royal...

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