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The Rise of Europe: Iconic European Landmarks in Time Lapse Videos

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If this doesn’t stir up your wandering spirit, I don’t know what will.

I wanted to book a flight to Europe right after watching this stunning video:

(Maybe it isn’t a great idea to watch it if you are trying to keep your wanderlust down..)

Civilization: The Rise of Europe from Dominic

So far, I’ve been to these major cities and I want to go back, and see if I can visit other countries like Italy and Greece.

PARIS

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LONDON

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STOCKHOLM

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LISBON

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MADRID

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BRUSSELS

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VIENNA

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4 Comments

  1. Anne @ Unique Gifter

    Jerk. That is all.

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    1. Mochi & Macarons

      Ooo dems fighting words! 😛

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  2. femmefrugality

    Oh, man. I shouldn’t have watched it. Now I have about 5 more places I just added to my “to see” list…and it’s already not short. :p Well-traveled! I’ve been to Paris, London, and a few other European cities, but have yet to hit many on you’re been-there list.

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    1. Mochi & Macarons

      Every time I see a beautiful place, I want to visit it. *sigh*

      Reply

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