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Our guide to Lyon, France

September 10, 2015

An in depth guide of where to visit, eat , walk and drink in this often forgotten french city .

For hikers and skiers, Lyon - France’s third biggest city - is little more than a gateway to the Alps but there is so much more to this beautiful french city.

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Kulture at Sydney Contemporary

September 26, 2015

Kulture - a new smart web platform from Sydney - went along to this year's Sydney Contemporary Art Fair at Carriageworks to capture the buzz of opening night and talk to some of the galleries and artists. Galleries from Australia, New Zealand, Chile and Asia were among those that participated, some for the first time.

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Romantic Villa in the Landscape of Great Tuscany…

September 7, 2015

As the end of summer approaches in the northern hemisphere, we couldn't help but include this romantic villa, set in the wheat fields of Tuscany. You can feel that dry heat coming from the honey coloured sandstone.... until next year Tuscany.

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The Two Tates

September 1, 2015

Tate Modern, Tate Britain

Now comprising four gallery sites - Millbank, Liverpool, St Ives and Bankside - home of the national collection of British art, from 1500 to the present day, as well as host to the often contentious Turner Prize. The Tate offers one of the best and most fascinating curated collections of art in the world. A quick boat trip apart, you can easily visit both Tate Britain and Modern in one (very stimulating) day.

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