Historic Propaganda Posters at the Tate Modern, London

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The Breathtaking Halong Bay, Vietnam

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Considered to be one of the Natural Wonders of the World, Halong Bay consists of thousands of islands that rise out of the water in the Gulf of Tonkin on the east coast of Vietnam. The name of the bay — Halong — literally means ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’, which comes from a local legend that explains how the awe-inspiring islands were created.


Exploring A Castle Made of Ice and Snow

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Wandering through an acre-sized ice castle is no longer only possible in a Disney movie — think Elsa’s icy escape in Frozen. The Utah-based company, Ice Castles, started creating these incredible structures in 2009 and has has brought the incredible frozen wonderland back to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada for a second year! (click to read more about how the castle is made)  


The Bahia Palace in Marrakesh, Morocco

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Chaos Through The Window

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Looking out through one of the windows at the New York Public Library


The Tragic Muse

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Located in the Louvre, this huge sculpture is almost 4 metres in height and dates back to 50 B.C. The figure depicted is Melpomene, the muse of tragedy, holding a tragic mask in her hand. 


A Truly Parisian View

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The view from the top of the Pantheon in Paris, France