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Well tineye.com got a few hits but nothing to solve the problem... But Google Image Search using your photo as the search parameter was more helpful. One of the many hits was to a blog called The Sticky Egg, specifically the post from November 13 2011 called "Feeling Bookish", which includes an address: De Batavier in Lootstraat, Amsterdam. Then ...
Google on "half-buried armenian monastery" gives WikiTravel page on Northern Armenia. There I found Haghpat Monastery. Google images confirms.
Currently found only this article with "maybe" address: Lachezar Stanchev Street in the Izgrev borough And from comments found news about that opening date is September, 16. This official news also says that this address is right: Some of the National Art Gallery’s works are to go on travelling exhibitions, while some will go on temporary loan to the ...
The address of the church you are talking about is surprisingly hard to find -- you can get all sorts of kinda helpful directions, but no street names are involved. From what I could find, the GPS coordinates are: 43.08208, 25.64125 The street is called "ul. Mitropolit Panaret Rashev" (ул. Митрополит Панарет Рашев). Google knows where to find it, although ...
Have you had a look at the Iparművészeti Múzeum (sorry, no english page...)? According to http://budapestinterim.blogspot.com, there is (or was) an exhibition about Rubik cubes... They have a page about new acquisitions they made in 2009 which very briefly mentions "a Rubik's collection".
Haghpat monastery located in the north of Armenia.
There is a post on the Lonely Planet Thorn Tree about Rosa and her place. It's slightly confusing in that it talks about two addresses, a postal one and a "found" one. There's a slight chance the postal address is for a place where Rosa lives apart from the guest house. The other one seems to have a Polish name rather than Bulgarian and doesn't seem to ...
Just by looking at the map (I've spent some time in Chile but missed that), it looks like Iquique would be the most obvious starting place. A city with 166,000 people in 2002 and beaches has of course tourist tours.
Next year they'll start building a Rubik's Cube shaped museum that might open for the public in 2017 :) http://ruwix.com/the-rubiks-cube/museum/
The Wikipedia entry tells us that is a 90 mile long valley in Northern California, the city of Salinas is at the northwestern end of the valley, the Salinas rivers flows all along the valley. Steinbeck's novels where all over the valley, I don't know about any specific location worth checking out.
As I have lived in Shanghai for 9 years, I don't remember there are any noticeable stone elephants in the city, and if there is, it'd be difficult to find. Unlike some other tourism cities, places in Shanghai are generally small and they scatter around the city, except several places such as the Bund area and some big parks. There're more than 600 ...
Hmm, difficult to find. Elephant Trunk Hill Park has some stone elephant statues in the river, but unfortunately that's 19 hours from Shanghai, so even further away. Unless you're travelling further into China. There are some at the Ming Tombs. I'm not sure if this is the same place as the Ming Xialing Mausoleum, but it's 30 miles from Beijing. I found ...
I don't speak Latvian, but my girlfriend is Latvian. I'll make her an account later, but for now, here's what she says: If you go to the "Vietas" tab it gives you a list of street names and numbers of their sites. All the sites are located in Rīga. So, for example, Marijas 19 means : Marijas Street 19, Rīga. Copy-paste the addresses in google maps and ...
I tried translating the site with Bing Translate, but because it's Flash it won't translate. However I did the menu words one at a time, and Vietas means Site - locations, I think. That page just has a number of words with a number after each. If you click on a word, you get a phone number and what are obviously opening hours. The next step would be to ...
As a Latvian :) I can suggest a better way to search: by using the online Latvian Yellow Pages. Because not all are on the maps, which might be outdated, while the yellow pages keeps up-to-date information.
If you go to http://images.google.com, then click on the camera icon in the right of the search box, you can enter the url of an image or upload one to search with it. Using this you can usually find the answer in 2 seconds. It gives this page, and tells you that it is the Haghpat Monastery. Hopefully this will be helpful in the future, and to others.
From the coach tracker section of the website, you can see a map with a photo. It's a Google map, and Google shows the bus stop on the map. The A9 coach stops on Bethnal Green Road, just north of the Shoreditch High Street Overground station. The stop is at the very end of Bethnal Green Road as it terminates onto Shoreditch High Street. SDC is the first ...
The National Express website is presumably the one you mean, where it shows it off the African coast. However, if you look further down the page, it says: London (Shoreditch) Bethnal Green Rd (to Stansted Airport: Stop J opp Overground Stn; or from Stansted: Stop K) Bethnal Green road on Google Maps clearly shows the road running ...
The location is correct but I think it opens from early morning and shuts around 4pm. http://www.painaidii.com/business/134086/hua-ro-market-13000/lang/th/
Iquique is a good start point to get to the Atacama Giant. See a possible itinerary to get there.
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