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another walk along the coast

The walks, the randonnés along the coast, are certainly highlights of Brittany. In particular the walks along the old paths customs officers used to trail to control the coast and deter smugglers. 295 kata lagi


Interview with Matt Bille

Matt Bille is an author in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

He is also a naturalist, historian, science writer, and defense consultant.  A former Air Force officer, he is the author of over 20 technical publications and articles on space-related topics. 905 kata lagi


Dolmen de Barrières

Dolmen de Barrières
Another impressive dolmen,which can be seen close the abandoned village of Barrières, in the Lot region, France.

There were only a couple of families left in the early stages of the 20th century. 12 kata lagi


Independence Day Celebrations at Dolmen Malls

Dolmen Mall, Pakistan’s first international standard mall, is famous for being at the forefront of every major national celebration. With every event, they have continued to raise the bar when it comes to family entertainment and shopping in Karachi. 525 kata lagi


Green, White and Happy

Do you have one of those places that are just like home? When you want to have fun, spend time with your friends or just disappear, you always flock to that special place because it’s your safe haven and you love every minute of it. 445 kata lagi

Knockeen Portal Tomb, Waterford, Ireland

Knockeen Portal Tomb is one of the largest, and with its double capstone, one of the most imposing and mystifying dolmens I have come across. Knockeen is a short distance from the road, across a field, and is easily visible with its two capstones sticking up out of the boundary hedge and wall. 260 kata lagi


Proleek Dolmen & Court Tomb

The sights at Proleek were another unexpected treat during my latest trip.  I hadn’t heard of the dolmen or court tomb prior to the trip, and only learned about its existence after my mother made an offhand comment to our B&B host at… 588 kata lagi