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Mini guide to Bucharest, Romania

Between the Carpathian Mountains and the banks of the Dâmbovit, Bucharest was once a grand neo-classical city. Much damaged in WWII, it now combines a mismatch of architectural eras.
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Budget spas and curative waters in western Ukraine

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In the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, where medical tourism began, resorts are still visited by thousands looking to treat various conditions.
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Where Europe meets Asia

Explore the best of Turkey, the fusion point of east and west, where history has created its unique identity and beautiful scenery.


Beyond the Headlines

Taiwan’s cultural past and present

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The shores of Sun Moon Lake, the largest body of water in Taiwan and a natural embodiment of yin and yang, are lined with markers of the country’s history.
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Daily deal: Two nights in Atlanta

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See this fine Georgian city and some of the world’s finest art; extend your aesthetic-centred stay at the high-end and hip Artmore Hotel, two nights for $266.
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The Passport blog

An increase of urban areas on watch

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Charleston, South Carolina and Christchurch, New Zealand are among the 67 sites on the 2012 World Monuments Watch, a list of places threatened by poorly managed tourism.
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