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In the News (Sat 15 Jun 19)

  
  World of Property for Sale in the Canary Islands Real Estate Properties
Canary Islands Car Hire is in high demand with the huge volume of tourists that enter the Canary Islands every year.
Festivals in the Canary Islands are regular in most of the major towns on each of the islands as well as regular island wide traditional celebrations for various festivals and religious events.
If you have decided to move to the Canary Islands, for those with families, finding schools in the Canary Islands for your children is one of the major decisions that you will have to consider.
www.canaryislandspropertyworld.es   (2019 words)

  
  Islands of 'The World' now available for purchase
It is expected that many of the islands will be themed after the country they represent, although investors have the freedom to create their own personal vision for private or commercial use.
This island in particular has been reclaimed to a depth of minus 14 metres below the water's surface, and is currently at its final elevation of three metres above the water.
In addition to the UAE island, work is progressing rapidly on the islands of North America and Asia, which have also recently broken the sea's surface.
www.asiatraveltips.com /travelnews04/35TheWorld.shtml   (871 words)

  
 Faroe Islands
The flag of the Faroe Islands is a red Scandinavian cross, fimbriated blue.
In the case of the Faroe Islands, horizontally there are 6 units of white, 1 unit of blue, 2 units of red, 1 unit of blue, and 12 units of white.
The dominant white colour is said to represent the pure sky as well as the foam of the waves breaking against the coasts of the islands, red and blue are both colours found in traditional Faroese headdress.
flagspot.net /flags/fo.html   (701 words)

  
 World Islands, Islands Around the World, World's Best Islands, World's Islands
An Island is defined as the piece of land lying surrounded by water from all its sides.
An island lying in the midst of sea or ocean, which is smaller in size is called an islet.
The origin of the word Island came from the island nation Iceland, which in the native language of the country means island.
islands.travour.com   (276 words)

  
 Islands of the World VII
In 1986, the initial world islands conference, of which this one is a direct descendant, was held in Victoria, Vancouver Island, on Canada's West Coast.
The Islands of the World VII conference will, like its predecessors, welcome a wide variety of presentations related to islands and island issues, from both traditional academic and non-traditional approaches.
With the June 2002 Islands of the World VII conference, the ISISA and the IIS will join forces to see a series of Conferences which began on Canada's West Coast return, by way of the oceans and islands of the world, to Canada's East Coast.
www.upei.ca /iis/islandsvii/about.htm   (459 words)

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