KNOW HERE: Unique facts about Gorges du Verdon River in Southeastern France

The Gorges du Verdon, or Grand Canyon du Verdon, is a canyon river on the border of the Var and Alpes-de-Haute-Provence departments in the south of France. It is located between Castellane and Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, known for faience, a type of pottery characterized by glaze decoration. It is the second largest canyon in Europe after the Tara Gorge in Montenegro, carved out by the river Verdon over 25 km.

US: Incredible stuff shares incredible experience of young girl onboarding

US: Traveller-based social media handle Incredible Stuff shared about an incident of a young girl on her flight to Baltimore to see her Mother. The young girl was travelling from Indianapolis to Baltimore with Southwest Airlines on Friday, April 28, 2023 night.

France-based traveller Gadsden Style shares memories of her Trip to ‘Pont du Gard’

France-based traveller Gadsden Style shared her road trip to Pont du Gard, an ancient Roman aqueduct bridge built in the first century AD in Southern France.

Explore Saint Lucia Island: A Must-visit Destination

Saint Lucia Island is the world's most beautiful Island in the Caribbean Sea, rich in stunning scenery, rich culture, and endless adventure. It is a Tropical paradise that not only releases our tensity but also helps to escape the cold and stress of everyday life; Saint Lucia is in the West Indies Island, located in Eastern Caribbean. Earlier, this Island is also known as Iouanalao and Hewanorra, names given by the two Amerindian peoples.

KNOW HERE: Unique features of early 15th cen Majestic Leuven Town Hall of Belgium

The late 19th Century Leuven Town Hall in Belgium is a breathtaking splendour of the world. The magnificent Gothic town Hall in Leuven has a stunning facade that is grand and elegant in Leuven's Grote Market and encircled by so many striking buildings; the Leuven town hall has its league that needs to be seen and believed.

China: Lack of Covid measures may result in situation like 2020

The Hong Kong Post reported that China is no longer taking preventive steps to prevent the Covid-19 virus spread, and they are their citizens to move and travel as they wish. This could result in a situation similar to 2020 when the infection spread worldwide from a Wuhan lab

CBI Programme of St Kitts and Nevis emerged as perfect platform for turning dreams into reality

The global pandemic of COVID-19 has stormed the world with instability and many people are busy looking for options to escape the challenges and restrictions imposed by their nation of origin.

Dominica: Secret Bay paid out over USD1 million in return to investors

The Residences at Secret Bay, which is Dominica's crown jewel development and the only six-star, all-villa resort, has made an announcement that it has paid out in excess of US $1 million in return to investors.

Government of Saint Lucia to invest in youth for their upliftment

Nations across the world have recognized the actual significance of uplifting their youths by investing in them.

CIP-fund Saint Lucia to contribute in advancement of infrastructure

In a move to uplift the well-being of its citizens, the government of Saint Lucia has been focusing on developing more resilient and advanced public infrastructure.

CIP of Saint Lucia is one of most desired among high-net-worth individuals

The Citizenship by Investment Programme of Saint Lucia has been continuous on setting up example in field of providing economic citizenship.

People opting CBI programme of Dominica for their better and safe future

Citizenship by Investment programme is setting up benchmark by becoming one of the most preferrable among High-Net worth Individuals looking to escape into the lap of nature.

Government of Saint Lucia inks agreement to construct 345-room Grand Hyatt Hotel

The Government of Saint Lucia has inked a development agreement to construct the 345-room opulent Grand Hyatt Hotel in Sabwisha, Choiseul.

Alternative citizenship of Dominica helps individuals to expand their business globally

The demand for alternative citizenship has witnessed a huge spike after the COVID-19 pandemic, which has led to a daily increase in the economic citizenship industry.

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Rafael Nadal’s Final Act: The King of Clay Prepares for One Last Battle at Roland-Garros

As nadal steps onto the hallowed courts of Roland-Garros for his 19th tournament, the atmosphere is thick with nostalgia and reverence. His first opponent, Germany's Alexander Zverev, awaits him on Monday in what promises to be a poignant encounter

France Ends State of Emergency in New Caledonia Amid Ongoing Unrest

The measure, set to end at 20:00 local time, was implemented in response to two weeks of intense riots triggered by disputed electoral reforms and deep-rooted economic disparities between the indigenous Kanak population and residents of European descent

Russian Glide Bomb Attack on Kharkiv Supermarket Kills 12, Wounds 43

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky disclosed that over 200 people might have been inside the supermarket at the time of the bombing. Describing the attack as an act of "Russian madness," Zelensky condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin and his forces for their actions

Paris Orly Airport: 70% of Flights Canceled This Weekend as Air Controllers Strike

The disruption, set to commence from 0400 GMT on Saturday and extend through late Sunday, has cast a shadow over travel plans for thousands of passengers, exacerbating concerns as France braces for the impending Paris Olympics

Paris City Hall Votes to Increase Eiffel Tower Admission Price Amid Renovation

Currently, visitors embark on their ascent to the summit of the Eiffel Tower for €29.40 ($31.90). However, by June 17, that fee will rise to €35.30, marking a significant adjustment aimed at bolstering resources for the vital restoration efforts