Month: September 2015

Singapore River Festival – A photo journeySingapore River Festival – A photo journey

There is no better way to celebrate a nation’s golden jubilee but to go back to where it all began – the Singapore River. Taking place from Friday, 23rd October to Sunday, 25th October, the Singapore River Festival 2015 will offer visitors to the three quays at the Singapore River (Clarke Quay, Boat Quay, and Robertson Quay) […]

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Unknown Pair of Sculptures by Michelangelo Presented to the WorldUnknown Pair of Sculptures by Michelangelo Presented to the World

The hitherto unknown pair of sculptures by Michelangelo Buonarroti from 1494 was presented to the public at a media conference on September 8, along with an explanation of the detailed study of the sculptures by the “Art Research Foundation”. The study analyzes the plausibility of the object’s time of origin using technical and scientific methods. An […]

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Honey I shrunk the Europe!Honey I shrunk the Europe!

All through those years being a journalist, I have been seeing the photos and often admired the Mini Europe; not knowing that one day, I would be there standing between those toys which were by no means a kid’s play. Its a must-see place for tourists visiting Belgium, specially Brussels. Located in Bruparck just adjacent […]

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A Himalayan view from the SkyA Himalayan view from the Sky

A Himalayan view is always fascinating, and more so when you see it from top… not just from top, but high up in the sky over 40K fits from an international flight. I took the images while returning from Tokyo. It was unanticipated and an overwhelming sight. Had seen panoramic views of Himalayas from different […]

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Top 10 travel ideas for SeptemberTop 10 travel ideas for September

Monsoon might not be great this year but September is still fun. Rains have already subsided, although they were never so severe this season. Not many holidays in store, but still month is full of activity. From monsoon festivals to, music festivals and a whole lot of religious occasions from Ganesh Chaturthi and Durga Puja, […]

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