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We have an extra question for you in this week’s Where in the World? As usual, can you identify the city we’ve pictured? And for extra kudos, do you know what the monument pictured below it is – the more information the better…
Situated on the north coast of Estonia, only a short boat trip from Finland, the centre of Tallinn is home to one of the most picturesque city centres you could ever wish to see. Stunning in the snow and glorious when bathed in sunlight, the Old Town possesses fairytale picturebookRead More …
Adorably painted houses, snow covered streets and character to spare, but Where in the World? is this. Our regular feature returns with one of my favourite places on the globe.
Tiananmen Square is the third largest city square in the world. Its 440,000 square metres is home to a huge image of Mao Zedong, China’s great Communist founding father.
Where in the World? was this picture taken? It’s the Pinnacles in Western Australia – did you get it right?
Do you know Where in the World? this picture was taken? Our weekly competition is back, and you can take part by letting us know where you think this is in the comments section below, or via our Facebook and Twitter pages.
There are many different ways to go whale watching in Northern California, but the two most popular are to whale watch from land and to go on a whale watching ‘cruise.’
Forty, twenty-seven, five… it’s an unusual countdown, but it does no harm to have a theme. And the theme to this week’s top blog posts seems to be numbers.