Highlight of the Month
Greece: The Creative of the Mediterranean
“The Statue of Liberty – France’s gift to America.” “Little cafes and shops sit at every street corner.” “Skyscrapers line the streets of New York City.” “A Classic New York City Skyline.”
On my group trip to Italy, our leaders advised us to act as travelers, not tourists. One of the main differences between a traveler and a tourist is that a traveler desires to learn about the culture of the country he is visiting, as opposed to simply observing it. This includes a willingness to overcome […]
A city as rich as New York, I have yet to see, Attractions for all people, attractions fit for me, I say rich as in vibrant, harmonious, full; I say not rich as in propertied, minted, dull. I enjoy the hustle and bustle; I need not take in The museums and halls, for which I […]
New York- The place Where, I can rest my eyes on skyscrapers between trees And the remaining details will all be whittled down The place Where, Sunlight will never again grace the zodiacs And the rumble of steam and wheels excites my heart The place Where, Medusa lights the path to her […]
There is never a dull moment in the world-famous New York City. It is a traveler’s dream, with attractions such as the High Line, Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge, Coney Island, its sites, museums, and music halls. Sites As we all know, New York City houses the Statue of Liberty, France’s gift to America. The statue […]
Unlike those in hot air balloons, sky views in plane travel start off beautifully and get progressively plainer.
Greece, I see, has played such a role in my life, though I just now realized it, odd in hindsight. Aesop’s Fables come flooding back to my mind, gorgeous memories, I was lucky to find. And Homer’s love of story-telling, I feel, Inspired mine to grow, the Achilles’ heel, of which is a feeling that […]
Greece is known for its architecture, its literature, the Olympic Games, its history, and much, much more. According to many, the whole Western literary tradition began with the epic poems of Homer in Ancient Greece, which depicted the antithesis of life: war and peace, honor and disgrace, love and hatred. They have also been credited […]
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Thank you for your interest in Piazza on the Move! Piazza on the Move is a non-profit, global travel magazine, seeking to curate stories from around the world, on a single platform. We feel that travel provides us with the inconceivable knowledge of culture, history, and beauty, and, hence, offers unparalleled inspiration for creative works. By assembling travel works together, Piazza and its creators are able to give readers a passport around the world. The stories presented here will create an impact on peoples’ lives, and impel them to explore more and seek creative inspiration from the vast history and varied cultures of our world. We would like to expand on the worldly perspectives of our readers. Born from my vision in March 2019 and a launch in July 2019, Piazza on the Move is an incredible opportunity for me to put my passion for creativity and travel to use.
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