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  • Visiting Stanley Park in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    ust a few blocks away from the bustle of downtown Vancouver is Stanley Park--a thousand acres of greenery almost completely surrounded by the Pacific Ocean. Stanley Park is essential to Vancouver, and it would be a mistake not to visit.
  • Visiting Granville Island in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Granville Island is actually a peninsula, not an island, but it feels like a world apart from Vancouver. It's not what you'd call quiet, but the atmosphere is different from the rest of the city, with artists and craftspeople thriving in this unique enclave.
  • Places to Eat & Drink in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is a foodie's dream city, with tons of restaurants covering a variety of cuisines prepared by skilled chefs. For the best in regional haute cuisine, go to West, where local ingredients are used in new interpretations of classic dishes... .
  • How to Get Around in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Compared to many other cities, Vancouver isn't too difficult to drive in, but a car really isn't necessary anyway. Many locals rely on the public transportation, which is cheap, dependable, and covers just about anywhere in the city you'd want to go. It's easy to use, so there's no reason you can't rely on it too.
  • Best Time to Visit Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is a rainy city, especially in the winter, but overall it has some of the nicest weather in Canada. In the winter, it rarely freezes, there's little snow, and the hotel rates are at their lowest, so it's a great time to visit if you enjoy winter sports. But if you also want to see the city itself, winter really isn't the best time, because there won't be much sunlight.
  • Places to Visit in Vancouver
    By: jacksmith
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    Vancouver is a city for people who like to be out and about, whether for relaxation, shopping, or exercise. In the summer, Kitsilano Beach is where Vancouverites go to unwind. It's a little too cold for serious swimming, but the heated saltwater Kitsilano Pool makes up for that.
  • Pyramids construction in ancient Egypt, educational
    By: alex_ferra
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    Hi, there are many researchers and studies about Egypt and its civilization. Pyramid construction are very stable which from thousands of years BC till now yet they are safe. They are made of huge stones and there are many mystery about them. One of the mysteries is about how they are built. They are made of giant stones and it is hard to think that they are carried and transported by human so that some theories are about alien help for building these pyramids but there is no evidence to prove this theory. Let's watch the video about pyramid construction in Ancient Egypt.
  • Polar bears hunt seals at Arctic, BBC wildlife, documentary
    By: michael_lopez
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    Hi, enjoy the nature and the animal live in it. They have exciting life and many of them can adapt to the condition they live in. they are adapted to the nature. Among these many animals, one of the most beautiful white animals. Heavy and fast for hunting, they live in north pole and the hunt seal for food. They can eat 10 to 20 of their weight. Polar bears are beautiful animals. In the world of animals you can see different kind of bears and polar bear is one of the most beautiful bears. They are fit in the cold weather.
  • How it’s made, envelop, documentary and educational video
    By: articleA
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    It contains content and it almost always discarded after a while, and just is a toll for transferring letters. It has a history which back to 2000 BC, when Babylonians use tools for transferring their letters and then other people used animals skin for producing envelop. Here in the factory the at first use a sheeter machine to make the roll to the sheets of the paper to the certain size. Then using a cutter machine to cut the size of the envelop, the pieces called envelop blanket, then they lead to the machine and will fold and glue. Then they collect in other part.
  • How it’s made, coins, documentary video
    By: articleA
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    The history of using coins back to about 604 BC and then spread to Greece. The Chinese also use a cheap metals for making coins. And today’s coins are made from inexpensive metals like copper and nickel. They pure the silver into the furnace and let the silver then leading the melted silver into this machine and making a continuous bars. Then this machine cut the continuous bars into smaller pieces. after that this powerful machine make sheet from the bar by pressing them under 9 tones of forces. The next steo, this machine agina press them to the exact thickness of the coin.
  • How it's made, cheese cake in the factory
    By: articleA
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    This is an educational and documentary video about cheese cake. Now you can see plenty of cheese cake in New York but the main source on the cheese cake backs to Greece when in 776 BC, for the first Olympic game they offer cheese cake to the athletes, and even taking cheese cake to templates as a gift to god. The story begin from the factory where making dough with 4.5 kilograms of sugar adding 16 egg whites and mixing then adding 16 kilos of flour and mixing as long as to make a smooth dough. After that transferring dough to this machine make them to even thickness.