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St Mark’s Square Venice Italy

The only space of the city to be called “piazza” (i.e. “square”, all the other are called “campi” or “campielli”), St Mark’s Square has always been the core of the city life. Although the square as appears now is characterised by a...
by eTravelTrips on Oct 30, 2015

Brent Central Hustings Tuesday April 21st 7-9pm

There have been fewer hustings in Brent Central than in Hampstead and Kilburn constituency so this is a chance to meet and question your candidates before polling day. The church is near the corner of All Souls Avenue and Bathurst Gardens,...
by wembleymatters on Apr 20, 2015

NW London Hospital's 'Requires improvement' rating raises serious questions about planned closures

Guest blog from local activist Sarah Cox on the Care Quality Commission's report LINK on the North West London Hospital s NHS Trust which includes Central Middlesex, Northwick Park and St Mark's hospitals.--> With only a few weeks to go befo...
by wembleymatters on Aug 24, 2014

ST.MARK EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN SOUTH SUDAN

Dinka congregation Church in Koboko, Uganda. Video Rating: 0 / 5...
by Church Report – Online on May 23, 2014

April in Venice

Like many other Mediterranean metropolises, Venice is an all-time-favorite destination to travel to in order to enjoy the arrival of spring. If the city of canals might be your chosen place to go to, discover what special events the city hosts in the...
by Habitat Apartments on Mar 26, 2014

Venice – An Exceptionally Unique and Romantic City

Located on the Adriatic Sea in northern Italy, Venice is an exceptionally unique and romantic city, as it was built on over 100 islands connected to one another by several hundred picturesque bridges.
by Solo Italia on Mar 20, 2014

The Center of Venice; Piazza San Marco and Palazzo Ducale

The big attraction for me to Venice, as a landscape photographer, was obviously the canals, streets and architecture. But perhaps the true “center” of Venice is St. Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco). With St. Mark’s Basilica, a...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Nov 24, 2013

The Center of Venice; Piazza San Marco and Palazzo Ducale

The big attraction for me to Venice, as a landscape photographer, was obviously the canals, streets and architecture. But perhaps the true “center” of Venice is St. Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco). With St. Mark’s Basilica, a...
by LightCentric Photography Blog on Nov 24, 2013

Book Review: The Raven Boys

The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater My rating: 3 of 5 stars The book is a paranormal mystery which revolves around a young girl named Blue Sargent. Blue's mother is a psychic and so are all the women who live within their home in Henrietta. But Blue...
by BamesLive on Aug 11, 2013

St.Mark’s Cathedral, Venice.

The Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mark (officially known in Italian as the Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco and commonly known as Saint Mark’s Basilica) is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice,...
by Simple.Interesting on Jun 25, 2013

Our Big Family Road Trip: A Day in Venice

  We were into our second week of staying in Torreglia in the Veneto region of Italy.  We had a fine few days of sunshine during the first week but limited funds.  Then, when we had more money to go and do things, the rains came.  After four...
by Larger Family Life on May 15, 2013

The Siege of Egypt’s St. Mark Cathedral An Insider’s Account

by Raymond Ibrahim “Was Egypt’s entire state security unable to stop a mere 30-40 youths form vandalizing the nation’s cathedral?” — Amir Ramzi, eyewitness to the Egyptian security forces joining the mob that attacked the ca...
by Iran Aware on Apr 23, 2013

Egypt's Christians are under fire #egypt #Abassiya

How started the massacre against the Copts of Egypt hash Tagin Twitter  These instigators of burning churches to burn church:    #مليشيات_الكنيسة اي حد عنده ذرة عقل كان عارف ان البلاك بلوك...
by semsam on Apr 8, 2013

Venetian Downpour

This is a city that stands on its own reflection its people hidden behind darkened doorways and redbrick walls, walls marked with the plimsol line of history and tides; the ebb and flow of trade and the resolve of man and his stubbornness to pl...
by dublinepost on Dec 1, 2012

WIAW Europe Series: Venice, Italy

Today I’m giving you a mini-tour of the 10th city on our European Honeymoon Adventure: Venice, Italy! Venice truly is a beautiful city. The canals that meander throughout are breathtaking. Our first stop was to visit St. Mark’s Cathedral,...
by Life With Cheeseburgers on Sep 26, 2012

Devotion of What We Do

. Devotion and what it means   How devotion to what we do is measured by our commitment.  Just how committed are we?  Sometimes we are committed out of necessity, other times maybe out of desire... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my...
by Necessity of Change on Sep 2, 2012

Do You Want To Board The Cheapest Ahmedabad To Bangalore Flights? Here You Go

The attractive city is actually festooned because of so many excellent parks and also organic landscapes that appeal a large number of tourists from all over the world. Besides, town is really a treasure of stunning as well as sacred … Continue...
by Cheap Air Tickets on Mar 21, 2012


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