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The 25 Incredible Photos of Volcanic Eruptions

From enormous plumes of ash to spewing lava and the menacing look of volcanic lightning, eruptions are a nature photographer’s dream. Here is a collection of the 25 most incredible photographs of volcanic eruptions both past and present. Enjoy!

Chaiten Volcano, Chile – May 6, 2008

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Magical Fun at Annual Australian Festival

Take your wife or husband and your kids to Australia where they can experience excitement and endless fun. Sydney Festival 2014, which is January 9-26, is celebrating talents from across the globe. Visual arts, dancing, music, film, and more more can be found at this spectacular celebration of artistic value. Families far and wide save up just to check out the many shows and fun workshops that will be sure to put smiles on your face. “If you are really into your arts, Sydney Festival will not disappoint, with opera, dance, theatre and music acts from across Australia and the world.” says Festival Director, Lieven Bertels. Visit Sydney Festival 2014 website, www.sydneyfestival.org.au.

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Vacation at Las Vegas Today!

Are you looking for a sweet getaway with your friends or partner? Las Vegas is the city to fulfill your wildest dreams and leave the stress at home. The Las Vegas What Happens Here Stays Here campaign lives up to its title, especially with three new commercials being release through May 2014. The goal is to have visitors enjoy the beauty and wonder of the scenes of Nevada’s most popular city.

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The best Beaches of Belize… Goff’s Caye

Goff’s Caye is a small island off the shore of Belize City, Belize. It is situated north of the English Channel and is 1.2 acres  of sandy land. It sits right on the edge of the Belize Barrier Reef with waters to the south and east being only 0.6 to 3 metres deep. Goff’s Caye is registered as an archaeological site due to its Colonial era settlement. During the Colonial times, the island served as a fishing camp, trade center and cemetery. Among those interred in the cemetery are a number of crew members from HMS Blossom, who died of Yellow Fever during a visit to the colony in August 1830.

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Best Beaches of the Country… Greece

The Greek coast has a total length of approximately 16,000 km. Half of this length includes the thousands of Greek islands scattered through the Greek seas, while the rest extends along the mainland. The Greek shores are world-famous and exceedingly popular because they are known for their crystal clean and clear waters, as well as for their unique diversity.The visitor has the opportunity to enjoy beaches stretching along  over many kilometers, sheltered bays and coves, golden stretches of sand with dunes, pebble beaches, coastal caves with steep rocks and dark sand typical of volcanic soil.

Volia beach ,Lefkada island

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Neon Waterfalls the new Way In Art Photo

What do you get when you put together neon glow sticks and the majestic natural beauty of Northern California’s waterfalls? The coolest collection of photographs you’ve ever seen in your life.

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Journey To The Heart of The Concrete Jungle

The young German photographer Matthias Hacker  likes to take pictures of not only nature, but as the saying goes “concrete jungle.” Let’s look at his work over the last couple of years. Colorful and mysterious.

Dresden (Germany)

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Alluring and Fascinating Mayrhofen. Austria

Mayrhofen  – a municipality in the Austrian state of Tyrol, in the Ziller Valley. Included in the district of Schwaz. The population is 3839 people. In order to be in a fairy tale does not necessarily look for a special place. One only has to come to a small, but extremely unusual town – Mayrhofen. Location is one of the many ski resorts located in Austria. But unlike other towns Mayrhofen has its own special energy, which is primarily due to the fact that the city is completely out of their homes in Tyrolean style. Once here, away from the hustle and bustle of big cities it seems that it is in this area, you can escape from all the problems and find serenity – so much charm and quiet mountain scenery. The famous “Tyrolean valley” collected all the charm of the Austrian Alps: here and ice slopes, plains and meadows, and steep slopes with breathtaking mountain roads …

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Choosing a Cruise Holiday

So you’ve decided on a cruise holiday. It’s no surprise really – given all of the different destinations you’ll get to see, the never-ending onboard entertainment, the fabulous views from up on deck and of course the endless cuisine.

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Top 10 Best European Family Vacations

It won’t be cheap, but bringing your children across the Atlantic for a European vacation could very well be life-changing. From Rome’s Trevi Fountain to Brussels’ Comic Strip Museum, parents and children alike will be enchanted by Europe’s offerings. We’ve compiled our favorite European destinations for families, based on considerations regarding family-friendly, accessible and affordable attractions, hotels, and restaurants.

1.Sicily

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