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Barcelona - A Short History of the Eixample

Barcelona - A Short History of the Eixample
Barcelona's Eixample district is the city's main LGBT neighbourhood. Here locals and visitors alike find bars, clubs and shops catering for our community. Many gay & lesbian people have set residence in this area, which is famous for its long tree-lined streets and uniform blocks with chamfered corners, set in a strict grid pattern.  One o...
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MAR
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Wilde London

Wilde London
​Oscar Wilde's wit and talent are now fully recognised and celebrated the world over. Yet his judicial and personal ordeal reminds us of how homosexuality was not just frowned upon, but could cause immense damage and, in Wilde's case - imprisonment. In a way, it also remind us how much progress has been made in just over a century.  Although I...
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Rome: Stories of Water

Rome: Stories of Water
​Rome is a city of water. Its citizens have been used for centuries to enjoy an abundance of crystal clean water. The Romans had well understood the immense power of supplying this vital element; to make people happy is to have to keep them well fed and watered first. They built impressive aqueducts feeding hundreds of beautiful fountains and ...
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