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Shiraz - City Of Poetry

Persian poetry celebrating Shiraz speaks of nightingales and roses, love, summer, and the produce of its eponymous grape variety. With a glorious past blending with bustling, contemporary city life, and Qatar Airways launching flights to the city this month, Shiraz is a destination not to be missed.

Dar Es Salaam

You’ve seen the Big Five; summited Kilimanjaro; teetered on the edge of the Ngorongoro Crater; slapped dust from the Louis Vuitton; ticked all the boxes for Tanzania…but have you?

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Montreal - City of Smiles

The North American hub of European-style savoir vivre, Montreal celebrates simpler pleasures, such as sinfully good food, fun, and – especially – festivals, which are a nearly year-round feature of Montreal. Among the biggest and best-loved of these would be the Just For Laughs comedy festival, headed by co-founder and current President of Festivals and Television Andy Nulman.

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insight - Paolo Brandolisio

Occupation - Remèr

Remois the word for ‘oar’ in Italian; remèr is the Venetian term for the craftsmen who carve the oars that have plied Venetian waters for over 1,000 years.

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museum review - Déjà – The Collection on Display

Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

A major Canadian institution, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, part of the Place des Arts, is dedicated exclusively to contemporary art.

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well read - Singapore Food Festival 2011

The Singapore Food Festival 2011 promises to set your taste buds ablaze with curries and spicy delights from the best cooks on the island. And these excellent books will tell you about what you’re eating.

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three great places - Buenos Aires

In glamorous, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, dine on the world’s greatest beefsteaks and discover a vibrant restaurant scene that celebrates the very best of global cuisines: from Japanese sushi delights to the spicy-fresh flavours of Peru’s altiplano.

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Shang Xia Jiu Road, Guangzhou China

Guangzhou’s ancient Liwan district is an area of contrast that features history, diversity, tradition, and culture in an environment that is ever so rapidly evolving.

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24 hours in London

London is as vast as it is diverse. Cultural, cosmopolitan, historic, and hip, the bustling, vibrant capital has so many things happening it can be hard to keep track. One thing is for sure – you’ll never get bored with London.

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weekend away - Monaco

Tucked between the French and Italian Rivieras, Monaco may be the second smallest country in the world, but it more than makes up for a lack of size with style, glitz, and glamour.

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