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Bard hits the beach in Vancouver

Running daily until 14 September, the annual Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival is a hotly anticipated and rather unique summer tradition.
Read more… 21 June 2013


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Living in... cities of the future

Showcasing the cutting edge of urban planning, these five metropolises may help determine the way we will live, now and in decades beyond.
Read more… 19 June 2013


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See the story behind Italy’s stolen treasures

Until 5 November, a Rome exhibition displays pieces looted and stolen from Italy, and celebrates those who returned some of the art world’s most contentious antiquities.
Read more… 19 June 2013


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An artful 48 hours in Berlin’s most-hyped borough

Starting 14 June, vibrant Neukölln turns into a unique two-day art festival with an edgy, anything-goes atmosphere.
Read more… 14 June 2013


Coastal Sydney’s nautical icon

Mayan-inspired and Danish-designed, the Sydney Opera House’s unique history mirrors that of the city, settled by convicts two centuries ago and now Australia’s largest metropolis.
14 June 2013


Kazakhstan’s 21st-century capital

Astana, the world’s youngest capital city, reflects the futuristic vision of its authoritarian president, contrasting sharply with its setting in Central Asia’s remote steppes.
07 June 2013


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Mini guide to design in Hamburg

Hamburg’s maritime past is helping to shape its future, as new waterside developments and design-forward hotels see it steal the limelight from Berlin and Munich.
Read more… 06 June 2013


Yemen's mud city of Shibam

Known as the Manhattan of the desert, this timeless city on the southern tip of Arabian Peninsula rises high with ancient structures that blend perfectly into the landscape.
31 May 2013


Buenos Aires’ past, as told through street art

The walls of the Argentine city – enlivened by massive murals, whimsical painted figures, moody graffiti and subtle but emblematic stencils – carry a powerful political charge.
28 May 2013


Florence’s Medici Chapel, a triumph of art over politics

Despite creating the Renaissance masterpiece during a time of upheaval and uprising, Michelangelo managed to complete the sombre mausoleum, unharmed by Medici vengeance.
24 May 2013


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