Venus Callipyge: The Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks

    Legend of  Venus Callipyge  +    Aphrodite Callipyge on the World   +    Venus Callipyge Painting   +    Others Venus. +. Priapus Venus Callipyge: The Roman Statue of the Beautiful Buttocks Goddess of the Beautiful Buttocks  It is used to designate the famous statue of Aphrodite known as the Venus Callipyge, currently in the Archaeological Archeological Museum of Naples. It is a Roman copy of a Greek sculpture found,, in the domus áurea of Nero. Then it went …

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Complete Paris Travel Guide 2022

Paris Travel Guide 2022 : First Day Paris Travel Guide 2020: Walk in three days and get to know the main sites, included and some recommendations do not waste a minute of time Arrived to Visit Paris on train to the station of Paris Gare du Nord from London. We took a public transport (Metro).Luckily the hotel was very close. Paris Travel Guide 2022: 3 days  Arc de Triomphe & Grand Palais Download The Complete Guide: Paris Travel Guide 2022  From …

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The Statues of Liberty by the Sculptor Bartholdi

The Statues of Liberty by Auguste Bartholdi New York    +     Buenos Aires    +     Paris    +   Bordeaux   +  Washington The Statue of Liberty is that huge bronze statue that dominates the mouth of the Hudson River and is located south of Manhattan. It was a good gift that the French people made in 1886, to the American people to commemorate the Declaration of Independence of the United States of 1776   The First: New York City …

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Destinations 2022

United States  U.S. Destinations   If you are going to travel within the United States, you must comply with the TSA rules which can be found here   Clear Toiletry Bag, Pack TSA Approved TSA Razors Rules 2021 – Disposable & Cartridges Americas  –  Europe  – Asia –  Oceania & Africa Americas Patagonia – Mexico – Cuba   TSA Carry on Liquids – Can you bring alcohol on a plane? – Maximum liquid carry-on airplane Europe United Kingdom – France – Spain – …

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History of Luggage, Suitcases, Trunks and Backpacks

History of Luggage, Trunks and other Travel Luggage Who Invented Luggage? The ancient Egyptians around the year 1500 BC are considered the inventors of Luggage.  For their trips they used chests and trunks that evolved into primitive suitcases made of fine wood and covered with animal fat or leather to make them waterproof. The transfers were not for reasons of pleasure but religious or State, although not exempt from some scientific purpose. The luggage was very heavy. Heavy trunks and …

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