Salzburger Festspiele

Salzburger Festspiele-music and drama

The Salzburg Festival was inaugurated on 22 August 1920 when Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s morality play Jedermann was premiered on the Domplatz, directed by Max Reinhardt. Together with the composer Richard Strauss and the author Hugo von Hofmannsthal these three personalities founded the Salzburg Festival after WWI as a

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Roland Garros

Smashed at the Roland Garros

Founded in 1891, the French Open which is often referred to as the Roland Garros, is major tennis tournament held over two weeks between late May and early June. The official name for the tournament is Les internationaux de France de Tennis, Roland Garros. Named after the French aviator Roland Garros, who is 1913 made

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Miami Beach Polo

An equestrian beach party at the Miami Beach Polo After watching a polo game high up in the Swiss Alps, Bruce Orosz realised if polo can be played in the snow then why not in the sand. The result of this revelation is the Miami Beach Polo World Cup. Beach polo is played with two teams of three as opposed

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The Oris Rally Clásico

he Oris Rally Clásico-Spain

The Oris Rally Clásico, a memorable car rally in Mallorca Since 2005 The Oris Rally Clásico of Mallorca has been valued as one the best classic car rallies in Europe. Featuring thin, sleek and incredible bodywork as well as some of the most exotic vintage cars from around the world. In 2009 the Top Gear team of Jeremy Clarkson, Richard

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E-Glide Electric Skateboard

Terra Surfing on an E-Glide electric skateboard

Terra Surfing on an E-Glide electric skateboard Originating somewhere between the 1940’s and 50’s, skateboarding was created by surfers looking to surf something when the waves were flat.  Since then the skateboarding scene has evolved in a physically demanding action sport, with many different branches flowing from the original art form. One such branch of the ever evolving world of

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