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Progress on the Stretford Cycleway – Mid November 2018 (Part 3)

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Originally posted on Just Step Sideways:
Work on the Stretford Cycleway isn’t just limited to what’s been carried out on Talbot Road and Stretford Road. There’s a number of upcoming schemes which will enhance what’s been done, to make the…

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All about Manchester Christmas Markets- naughty and nice!

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Originally posted on Globetrotter Hanna:
I have managed to visit 3 different Christmas markets this year in Manchester- Northern Greater Makers Market, Manchester Christmas Market and the Vegan Market. The first of them all was the Northern Greater Makers Market.…

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MANCHESTER TRAM LINE

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Originally posted on Scribbles with Light:
Before and after mirror effect. The Manchester rain helped to emphasise the track. It is a myth that Manchester is the wettest city in the United Kingdom.

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It’s November; it’s Carnival time!

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Originally posted on nomaggsrush :
There is a long tradition of carnival in this area dating back, allegedly, to Guy Fawkes’ gunpowder plot of 1605 to blow up Westminster Palace and the entire government in an attempt to overthrow the Protestant…

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La Machine

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Originally posted on Dioniso Punk:
At the heart of La Machine’s artistic approach, movement is interpreted as a language, a source of emotion. Through each of their living architectures, you can dream the cities of tomorrow and transforming the way…

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Originally posted on My trumpet & me:
In August I took part in Kinetika Bloco’s senior summer school. I have previously joined in with their junior scheme but after going to Norway a few months ago, I was keen to…

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The Writing is on the Wall.

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Originally posted on Venues in Cape.Com:
I discovered this beautiful mural in a suburb outside the CBD of Johannesburg. It forms part of a Project whereby local artists are invited to do murals on residents walls. I love graffiti…

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BRAZIL ADOPTS YORUBA AS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE! #Brazil #YorubaLanguage #Intercultural #NigeriaIsAGoal #LoveYourRoots #Likeforlike #LatestNews

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Originally posted on ligotheblogger:
On the Weekend, the Brazilian Government had given Yoruba a pride of place amongst other foreign languages spoken in Brazil, Dr Sérgio sá léitão (the minister of culture) had an interview explaining that the Brazilian government…

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The Art of the Northern Quarter, Manchester

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Originally posted on Wednesday's Child:
The M4/M4 neighbour of Manchester, nestled between the bustling metropolis of Piccadilly and the currently-undergoing-gentrification Ancoats is known as the Northern Quarter. It has long had a reputation as a haven for creative souls…

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Our first passage: Mindelo (Cabo Verde) – Salvator de Bahia (Brazil)

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Originally posted on Reve à deux:
As I said in a previous post, Mindelo was a very pelasant surprise. Originally, based on too many negative feedback collected from many sailing forums (mugging, burglary and corruption) we were not intending to stop…

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