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The 12 Easiest Countries for Living and Working Abroad

Ireland The tech boom in Dublin has positioned Ireland as one of the leading destinations for globe-trotting techies. its proximity to Continental Europe, outstanding work benefits, low crime rate, great healthcare, raucous nightlife, and of course, all the Guinness you can drink, You do, have to get used to the damp weather. And people rolling their eyes when you go on about how your family was originally from Cork. Sigh. Where to find work: Tech, finance, healthcare, and medical…

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The cliffs at Cabo da Roca, Portugal – the westernmost point in continental Europe [OC][2500×3775] #reddit

The cliffs at Cabo da Roca Portugal the westernmost point in continental Europe [OC][25003775] #reddit

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How to Plan the Perfect Eurail or Interrail Trip Around Europe 00

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from Yoga, Wine & Travel

The Practical Guide to Cinque Terre in Italy: What You Need to Know

Yogawinetravel.com: The Practical Guide to Cinque Terre in Italy - What You Need to Know

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from The Boys Abroad

Café, Crepes & Croissants: Our Two Days in Paris

Two Day Walking Itinerary of Paris. Tick off all the sites with time for a sleep in!

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Lisboa, Portugal Cabo da Roca (N 38º46'51", W 9º30'2") The westernmost point of continental Europe; Poet Camoes described it as the place "Where the land ends and the sea begins" (in The Lusiads)

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The Pyrenees is a range of mountains in southwest Europe that forms a natural border between France and Spain. It separates the Iberian Peninsula from the rest of continental Europe and extends for about 305 mi from the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean.

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Cabo da roca, Lisboa - PORTUGAL. A cape which forms the westernmost extent of continental Europe (and by definition the Eurasian land mass). Cabo da Roca was known to the Romans as 'Promontorium Magnum' and during the Age of Sail as the Rock of Lisbon. The 16th century Portuguese poet Luís de Camões described it as "where the land ends and the sea begins".

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Cabo da roca, Lisboa - PORTUGAL. A cape which forms the westernmost extent of continental Europe (and by definition the Eurasian land mass). Cabo da Roca was known to the Romans as 'Promontorium Magnum' and during the Age of Sail as the Rock of Lisbon. The 16th century Portuguese poet Luís de Camões described it as "where the land ends and the sea begins".

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Diadem, 1200–800 B.C.; Bronze Age East-central Europe, Carpathian Basin region. Copper alloy made from a single sheet of hammered bronze plate, probably worn by a high-ranking woman during the Late Bronze Age, produced by workshops in the Carpathian Mountains. In continental Europe, no workshops were more prolific, more creative, or more technologically accomplished than these.

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