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Rome skyline, Italy
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Rome just got another beautifully preserved monument: the first ever aqueduct

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If you know Rome, you’ll know you can’t walk more than a few hundred metres in the Italian capital without stumbling over an ancient monument.

12/04/2017 / By / , / Post a Comment
Himeji Castle with cherry blossom in Japan
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Weekday Wanderlust: Himeji, Japan

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Japan's Himeji Castle is welcoming its first cherry blossoms of the year. And it's beautiful.

03/04/2017 / By / , , / Post a Comment
Inca woman weaving
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Who were the Incas? Our Peru culture guide

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Even today (perhaps especially today), the ingenuity of Inca architecture stands the test of time. Here's what to expect on your Peru adventure.

10/06/2016 / By / , , , , , / Post a Comment
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Lebanon lives on: ‘These buildings represent how ugly we once were’

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Time was, Lebanon was the place to holiday. Balmier than the French Riviera, sassier than Alexandria and more exotic than Greece. Then war happened.

27/12/2015 / By / , , , / Post a Comment
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A brief history of Indochina’s French influence

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Under the guise of protecting the work of the Paris Foreign Missions Society, France became heavily involved in Vietnam during the 19th century.

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