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Inside a post-Soviet wine paradise


Moldovans have been making wine for more than 4,000 years, but the country's bouquets have only recently started to flourish.
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A stranger in Brasov


A woman gets more than she bargained for when visiting her friend’s mother in Romania.

The new Jerusalem of Europe


From 1992 to 1996, a siege devastated the Bosnia-Herzegovina capital. Today, a tour of Sarajevo means reminders of past horrors – and of the enduring determination to survive.
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Who was the real St Patrick?


The details of St Patrick’s life remain murky – but tracking his legendary footsteps across Ireland is both peaceful and spectacular.
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Devout Mongolians celebrating the birth of Buddha feature in this collection of striking images from around the globe.

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Where beer is cheaper than water


A microbrewing boom in Prague is enticing Czechs to discover new flavours, and when it’s a good brew, each sip invites another.
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