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10 Destinations for Newlyweds in 2013
Relax, unwind, spend quality time and explore a new place with your brand new better half; that’s what most newlyweds would like to do!
Why not spend some time together in exploring your own city? You will be surprised how much of your city that you still do not know enough. This is a great opportunity to do so with your new partner in life!
Another option is to have a staycation - a holiday in your own town; just two of you. Here are some tips to get the best out of a staycation.
Finding Halal food and Mosques in Paris is not that difficult.
With Muslims in Paris forming about 7% of the population of the city, finding Mosques and halal food, restaurants in Paris is never difficult. Read on to know about halal restaurants, food and mosques in Paris.
The Department of Islamic Art is the latest addition to the galleries in the Louvre Museum. Opened in 2003, the gallery was originally created in 1890 and was a part of the Department of Decorative Arts. The collection at this gallery represents Islamic history and some of the artifacts in the museum depict the ancient relations between France and the Islamic world. This is the oldest Islamic collection in an international museum.
One of the oldest and the most majestic museums in the world, the Louvre is a must visit site for those visiting Paris. Located inside the expansive Louvre Palace in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, the Louvre was established as a medieval fortress and gradually started evolving as a public art museum in the late 18th century. Today the Louvre is one of the most visited museums in the world. The main appeal of the museum is the world renowned portrait of Mona Lisa.
The most cosmopolitan city of France and the fashion capital of the world, Paris is a dream destination for any traveler. A leading global city, Paris is home to several iconic landmarks and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Paris is a large city divided into 20 districts and every district has its own character. Paris started as a small settlement on an island in the River Seine and gradually spread throughout its surroundings.
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