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Much Hadham

26th July 2011
The pretty village of Much Hadham is situated in East Hertfordshire roughly halfway between the towns of Bishop's Stortford and Ware. The village has a population of around 1300 and is the largest of the 'Hadham' villages which include Little Hadham, Hadh... Read >
Author: David Fisher

Bichon Frise Stuffed Animal

29th November 2010
If there was ever an award for the most adorable plush dog, it would undoubtedly go to the Bichon Frise stuffed animal. With its soft, white, plush fur and happy-go-lucky face, this plush pup is a winner on all fronts. The Bichon Frise stuffed animal foun... Read >
Author: Angel H.

Best Places to Buy Provence Focus on Cucuron

26th May 2010
Looking for out that perfect area in Provence to purchase your quite individual place in the sun?If you are intent about a Property in Provence then you won't go far completely wrong if you choose Cucuron as the concentrate of your seek and here's why...T... Read >
Author: Elijah Norris

Gold necklaces for men, strong men.

30th April 2010
Men's necklaces aren't only for decoration, they also are expressions of men's personality. These pieces of jewellery can symbolize a man's beliefs and past-times whilst boosting his seem and completing his outfit. gold necklaces for men weren't a choice ... Read >
Author: richi necklgold

Places to visit in Munster Germany

29th April 2010
The Oerscher Hof, number 42, was built around 1748 for the barons van Beverfoerde, and is the only one that survived the war without damage. In it today is Munster's most prized eatery, the Michelinstarred and GaultMillaurated Kleines Restaurant im Oersch... Read >
Author: Adrian Vultur

History of Cotton Candy

22nd February 2010
Americans know it as 'Cotton Candy', the British as 'Candy Floss', and in Australia it is 'Fairy Floss'. Whatever you call it, cotton candy is a favorite of children across the world. It is a memory of childhoods gone by, of circuses and fairgrounds, of t... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

All About Royal Blue Suits

15th February 2010
The cutting and sewing of cloth developed between12th Century to 14th Century. That was the first time the term "Tailor" came into being. Prior to this period, clothes hung loosely to their body. Later the loose robe was stitched to show the contours of t... Read >
Author: John Adam

All About Men's Calvin Klein Suits

08th January 2010
The cutting and sewing of cloth developed between12th Century to 14th Century. That was the first time the term "Tailor" came into being. Prior to this period, clothes hung loosely to their body. Later the loose robe was stitched to show the contours of t... Read >
Author: John Adam

Types of Flower Arrangements

01st June 2009
Many people consider flower arrangement to be an art. It is an art that is present around the world and has originated centuries ago. This art was first known in the classical Greek and Roman times. It became part of the European art culture from the 14th... Read >
Author: Samantha

Famous places in Raipur

18th May 2009
Famous places in Raipur Raipur is a very fascinating city in India. It has a number of landmarks and sites worth visiting. It is the capital of the Chhattisgarh. According to India's 2001 census the population of the Raipur is around 605,131. Former... Read >
Author: mark steve

Must-See Switzerland Tourist Attractions for Memorable Swiss Holidays

26th February 2009
The Land of the Alps. A neutral territory. A country famous for good cheese and fine chocolate. These are just a few things Switzerland is known as. There are several spectacular Switzerland tourist attractions, too, which is why many travellers flock to ... Read >
Author: Isabella Olsen

Designer Purse still Reigns Supreme

18th April 2008
It is still the most versatile "must have" accessory. Whether you choose the more practical Coach purses or a dainty Chanel clutch, it still does more than just look pretty, but performs the essential function of holding lipstick, cell phone and credit ca... Read >
Author: Claudia Corrigan D'Arcy

A Short History of Gloves

05th January 2006
An old and reclusive art, glove making has been intertwined with human culture since the days of the caveman. The first gloves resembled crude mittens. As the years passed, glove making became more of a refined art. Articulated fingers were stitched in to... Read >
Author: Taylor Hartley

Budapest, Hungary The Paris of Eastern Europe

27th September 2005
Located in Eastern Europe, Hungary is diverse and beautiful country. The undisputed treasure of the country is Budapest. Budapest A Tale of Three Cities Over 2,000 years old, Budapest is a large city containing traces of the various forces that ha... Read >
Author: Richard Chapo
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