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Global Love

Global Love

| February 11, 2017

Words by MOUSTACHE THE Feast of Saint Valentine otherwise known as Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the globe by many couples and daring singles ready to make an everlasting impact. It is a Hallmark celebration of unity and love, but for others it is just another day gone by. Beginning in the 14th Century, and […]

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The New Pilgrimage: Venice Biennale

The New Pilgrimage: Venice Biennale

| May 4, 2015

Words by Miranda Hine IN Medieval Europe, pilgrims travelled hundreds of miles to see relics, visit holy places and pay tribute to sacred beings. Today, we have art Biennales. The 56th Venice Biennale begins next week, on 9 May. All The World’s Futures is the title (vague as any Biennale title) and it will exhibit […]

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Why Florence Shits On Rome And Venice

Why Florence Shits On Rome And Venice

| July 31, 2014

Words by Danny Saba SHOPPING. Art. Nightlife. Food. Florence has it all, and presents it on a much fancier pizza than her sister Italian cities. There’s just something about Florence. It’s a city that feels lived in and has a perfect balance of tourists and locals to get a taste of what living in Italy […]

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Arrivederci, Rome! Venice Votes To Part Ways

Arrivederci, Rome! Venice Votes To Part Ways

| March 24, 2014

Words by Mija Kovacic AFTER being part of Italy for 150 years, Venetians have voted for their own sovereign state in a ‘referendum’ on independence from the country. The act was inspired by Scotland’s separatist ambitions, and 89 per cent of the floating city are in favour of the move. The proposed ‘Republica Veneta’ would be home to […]

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