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For over 40 years, we've been helping travellers explore and enjoy the world. Photos by LP staff/authors on the road. #lonelyplanet for your travels.

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 12, 2017

Wanna go for a swing? This weekend's is from who is going to be sharing some awesome shots of her trip to . 'At 62º N, along the western coast of Norway lies one of nature's best kept secrets— the fjord region of . I had the privilege of exploring this region last summer with my camera as I wrapped up 3 years of living there. I can honestly say it's is one of the most spectacular places I’ve ever been. Norwegians are incredibly kind and hospitable— making it even harder to leave this place! I look forward to returning this summer to run photo trips and workshops in this amazing region.' Stay tuned this weekend for more!

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 12, 2017

This week's is from who captured this unexpected European like scene in... . Where are you off to next? -- Every Friday we regram a . Tag your best shots for a potential feature. Happy travels!

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 11, 2017

This week's is from who's all set for a trip to the Caribbean! 🌴 What are your highlights? -- Every Thursday we regram a flatlay shot. Tag yours for a potential feature. Happy travels!

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 10, 2017

Destination Editor, Tasmin ( ) is currently in at the base walk in Uluru National Park. Where in the world is the best rock formation you've seen? 🤘

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 9, 2017

photographer, , caught this beautiful moment of two giraffes sharing a kiss at sunset in . 😍

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 8, 2017

staffer. , is currently exploring , , where he snapped the beautiful St Michael's Gold-Domed Monastery. This stunning church is named after Kyiv's patron saint. As the impossibly shiny cupolas imply, this is a fresh (2001) copy of the original St Michael's (1108), which was torn down by the Soviets in 1937.

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 7, 2017

'Street art can now be found literally all over the world, and some of the most interesting locations are often the least expected. In 2016 the Marrakech Biennale included street art as part of its programming for the first time, leaving the famous souks of the Medina bursting with even more colour than usual. This example by almost appears to channel the sky into one of the artist's trademark abstract geometric forms.' - And that's a wrap for this  , for more on around the world check out our new Street Art book via the link in our bio + be sure to follow

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 7, 2017

'Although the contemporary street art scene may have started primarily with a spray can, nowadays a wide variety of mediums are used - from stickers and paste-ups, to the 3D trash sculptures of One of the most interesting techniques is that of ‘creative destruction’ utilised by The Portuguese artist physically carves away the very surface of the wall to create his images, even experimenting with small explosive charges. This piece can be found in his hometown of – one of my top choices of cities to experience street art in all its forms.' -  

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 6, 2017

'Street art often carries strong social and political messaging, with many projects aimed at positive social change. One of the best examples is the RISE festival in , , which was hit by a deadly earthquake in 2011. 185 people tragically lost their lives and an estimated 80% of the city was destroyed. After the lifting of the police cordon over 2 years later, Canterbury Museum and organized the RISE street art festival, with 15 large murals, 3 exhibition spaces and almost 250,000 visitors. There are now dozens of pieces including this great example by Australian artist ' -

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 6, 2017

'My current hometown of is famous for artists like and , so perhaps unsurprisingly there is a very active and diverse graffiti and street art scene. It also plays host to – one of the biggest annual street art festivals in . This piece by is one of my favourites from the 2016 edition. I love the way they combine traditional graffiti with classical references like Greek statues. The Spanish duo also recently painted the famous in NYC.' - , ,

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 5, 2017

This week's is from , one of our contributing authors to our new Street Art book. He's going to be sharing photos of some of his favourite street art. 'I was living in throughout the initial street art explosion in the late 90’s and early to mid 2000’s, and there was a palpable energy and excitement surrounding it that’s rare in any city or scene. I spent a lot of my free time back then just running around with a camera and documenting new pieces. Although I’ve recently moved away, I still visit regularly, and it remains an exciting place to experience street art. This piece by is still intact after a good 5 or 6 years. I was a huge Joy Division fan so I also love the use of the song title.' Stay tuned this weekend for more and check out the link in our bio for more about our new Street Art book.

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Lonely Planet @lonelyplanet Instagram Photo / Video — May 5, 2017

This week's is from who snapped this great picture on the Corrib River in in . Where will your next trip be taking you? -- Every Friday we regram a . Tag your best shots for a potential feature. Happy travels!

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