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I am a huge Jane Austen fan, although this is possibly my favourite novel by her. Reading it as a impressionable teenager I imagined where in Hertfordshire some of the major events took place - since I really do live in that county! The map contains most of the main locations with brief explanations.
New Jersey has a rich history of weirdness; it is a rite of passage to go out with friends and test and rediscover old legends. Whether it's driving down Whipporwill in Middletown or hunting the Pineland's own Jersey devil himself - this map is simply an homage to every local living legend, haunted location, or something thats just plain weird. Art Direction: Teresa Fry Kasuba; Designer: Sarah Jane Moore; Institution: Tyler School of Art, Temple University
I only spent a day in Bremen. The first thing I saw is the Town musicians of Bremen, who are everywhere in different colors and styles. I love the orange roof, I appreciated the buildings, main station, and the stone cathedral. I had a cod burger, a cup of latte, and some pretty, fruity candies. It was a lovely day in Bremen.
The south slope of Coquitlam was populated in the early 1900s by French Canadian mill workers, on unceded First Nations land. Many street names in the neighbourhood reflect the vibrant Francophone community that grew around Fraser Mills which closed in 2001. "Festival du Bois" is an annual local celebration of Maillardville's heritage.
I love exploring the Isle of Skye and have spent quite a bit of time on the North end of the Island. It has some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, with dramatic coastlines, coral beaches and rugged mountains. There's always whales, seals and an abundance of birds to spot and as it's known as the Misty Isle, you have to be patient and may get wet, which is all part of the fun! Here's a few of my favourite places to visit...