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Sicily: an island in the Mediterranean with countless opportunities for adventure, fun and discovery. Where to start? What can't be missed? Planning a holiday in Sicily can sometimes be overwhelming, there is SO MUCH to do and see. That is why soloSicily.com has created this playful infographic, to point you in the direction of what should not be missed. Don't forget, we've grown up on this island! Nobody knows the best spots in Sicily better than us!

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It’s la rentrée in France, the big return to the office after the long summer break. Depressed, as the grey Autumn weather falls, the last thing we want to do is think about work. So what could be…

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11 Images of Nature You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped

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15 Photos That Will Make You Fall in Love with Croatia

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Archaeopteryx lithographica, fossil single feather found 1860, (This image shows the original fossil - not a cast.) Archaeopteryx lived in the Late Jurassic around 150 million years ago, in what is now southern Germany during a time when Europe was an archipelago of islands in a shallow warm tropical sea, much closer to the equator than it is now. Similar in size to a Eurasian magpie, with the largest individuals possibly attaining the size of a raven

Archaeopteryx lithographica, fossil single feather found 1860, (This image shows the original fossil - not a cast.) Archaeopteryx lived in the Late Jurassic around 150 million years ago, in what is now southern Germany during a time when Europe was an archipelago of islands in a shallow warm tropical sea, much closer to the equator than it is now. Similar in size to a Eurasian magpie, with the largest individuals possibly attaining the size of a raven

Archaeopteryx lithographica - Archaeopteryx lived in the Late Jurassic around 150 million years ago, in what is now southern Germany during a time when Europe was an archipelago of islands in a shallow warm tropical sea, much closer to the equator than it is now. Similar in size to a Eurasian magpie, with the largest individuals possibly attaining the size of a raven,the largest species of Archaeopteryx could grow to about 0.5 m (1 ft 8 in) in length

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Inspiration:Archipelago Gonk Grey Hat - What you see is what you get with this gonk. Love his little heart.

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