7 perfectly romantic small towns in Austria

Summer and winter alike, Austria is always a popular holiday destination. Whether you like swimming in a mountain lake, hiking in flowery meadows, relaxing in thermal springs or frolic in pristine snow, Austria will give you every chance to do it. The country will also enchant you with its small …

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9 best European cities to visit in September

Honestly? September is my favorite month to travel to Europe. First, the children are back to school, and with them, their parents. The sun is perfect for sitting outside and swimming in the sea, but you can walk into more empty city centers without suffering from heatstroke. I don’t think …

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Art historian and Louvre archives detective Emmanuelle Polack tracks down works auctioned in occupied Paris-Art-and-culture News, Firstpost

The key to his success in finding the provenance of works that suspiciously changed hands during the Nazi occupation was to follow money. By Elaine Sciolino Paris: At a frenzied four-day auction in the Great Hall of the Savoy Hotel in Nice in June 1942, buyers bid on paintings, sculptures …

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Saturday July 17, 2021 – La Minute Monocle

THE INTERROGATOR / JOSEF KAISER Turn the table After taking over the chairmanship and management of Danish furniture brand Fritz Hansen in 2019, Josef Kaiser moved to Copenhagen. It was a change from what he was used to, having worked for years for furniture designer Vitra as sales manager at …

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Commercial asset auctioneers aim to take off with airport site expansion

A Doncaster auction house, recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Europe, has taken up new premises near the airport. NCM Auctions specializes in the divestiture of commercial assets and has expanded into a 13,500 square foot industrial facility on Kestral Court. Ranked 36th in the Financial Times …

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Who will win the purchase now, pay the battle later?

Some are rolling out new ways to pay traders like Ruehland to get more traffic to his site, while others have indicated they could add personal finance tools, crypto and stock buying capabilities. and flexible repayment terms. It is these different demographics and functions that are at the heart of …

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The 29th Annual Ah Haa Art Auction Begins | Culture & Leisure

Like the many festivals that fill the summer calendar, the annual Ah Haa School of the Arts auction is a must-see for locals and visitors alike. While the COVID-19 pandemic has changed its appearance over the past two years, the school is still offering unique items at this year’s ‘Find …

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House GOP demands answers on Biden family’s ‘money-taking’

A dozen Republican members of Congress on Wednesday asked the White House to provide information relating to the business interests of President Biden’s family in order to “understand the extent of the Biden family’s use of their ties to the president for get rich “. The letter to White House …

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Church with amazing gallery and cemetery for sale

An abandoned historic church and hall in South Derbyshire is on the market for half a million pounds after years of uncertainty over its future. The fate of the former Swadlincote Methodist Church, also known as the Wesleyan Chapel, on West Street has been uncertain for years and has now …

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The “Prince of Watches” goes under the hammer in Ripon

A RARE vintage watch that in its day would have cost about the same price as a new car should turn heads when it goes under the hammer next week. The Rolex Prince of Ghent stretcher watch carries a price estimate of £ 4000-6000 and, due to its rarity and …

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