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Surprisingly great places to travel and live

We all want to live in places that feel right to us: whether in terms of temperature, business and income, views, or whatever. Perhaps we want to visit and remain in places for years to come, or merely travel. Most of us can name off-by-heart those places we want to go, seen from films, documentaries, […]

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Taboo Furniture Collection Made from Recycled Bottles and Bags

Designers Ayse Birsel and Bibi Seck have designed the Taboo Collection of furniture that are made in Dakar, Senegal, from 75% recycled garbage bags and plastic bottles. Thus, not only is this a great opportunity to help the environment, but also assist Senegalese to not only be self-sufficient but also at the cutting edge of design.

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Congratulations KIVA on Being Awarded Charity Navigator’s Highest Rating

KIVA organisation, a non-profit charity that empowers people and groups throughout the world in an effort to alleviate poverty, has recently been awarded Charity Navigator’s highest rating, which rates such measures as an organisations overall effectiveness, capacity and efficiency.

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Luxury Real Estate: 28 Oct 2010 Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine

Welcome to the latest edition of the Marquette Turner Luxury Homes eMagazine and the new look MarquetteTurner.com. The new site features new property search functions, easier navigation menus, the new MTtv channel and a whole bunch more. We hope you enjoy our new site as well as this eMag which features all the usual great selection of articles.

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FOUND? The Lost City of Atlantis

In a recent report by the British Telegraph newspaper, an aeronautical engineer states that Google Ocean (which allows web users to virtually explore the ocean), an extension of Google Earth, has found the lost city of Atlantis. A near-perfect rectangle on the ocean’s bed can clearly be seen approximately 998 km/620 miles off the North-West coast of Africa, near the Canary Islands.

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