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Residents of Catalonia gathered to celebrate International Castellera Day, which included the yearly tradition of building the tallest castell, or human tower.

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Best Tourist-Attractions in Lyon, France

Lyon is the second-most important city in France, after Paris. Although the city doesn’t make it too often onto tourist itineraries, plenty of amazing cultural treasures await visitors who take their time in order to explore to the fullest this location.

How to Manage the Social Media With Covid-19 Around

During Covid-19 use your social media profile wisely. Do not appear as a brand taking advantage of the crisis but a responsible one siding with your audience.

How Tour Operators Cope With The COVID-19 Pandemic?

Impact of COVID-19 in Hotel and travel Industry. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, many industries have taken a hit but the major brunt was seen and felt almost instantly in the travel and tourism industry.

Learn SEO Basics To Make Your Digital Marketing Campaign Successful

SEO is an abbreviation of Search Engine Optimisation. It is all about learning and using tactics, strategies to enhance the visibility of web resources like websites, web pages in various search engine results pages. If you are an SEO executive then you need to have the basics right to be successful in your digital marketing campaign. This blog discusses the SEO basics that are helpful in your for the professional search engine optimiser.

Getting Rid of Cabbage Moth

You do everything possible to have healthy growth and ‘bang’ your plants get slammed by some critter or another. What do you do? As more and more of us are concerned about climate change from chemicals and the like, we turn to the old ways of control. This means, in general, natural control for all those bugs that help themselves to our crops.