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In Riga, medieval spires and Art Nouveau dreams

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Latvia’s capital, a European Capital of Culture for 2014, is awash with Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and late Romanesque architectural styles, among others.


Welcome to Europe’s cowboy country

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The Great Hungarian Plain is Europe’s answer to the American West – complete with rough-and-tumble herdsmen, horses trained to lie flat on command and a history of highwaymen.


Turkey’s religious ghost town

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Until the deportations of 1923, Muslims and Christians lived harmoniously in the Turkish town of Kayakoy. Today, the ghost town remains a poignant reminder of happier times.
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Oxford, behind the lens

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An Oxford photographer captures the vantage points and historical snippets that many visitors may not spot at first glance.


Europe’s first Peace Walk begins

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Reaching 550km from Vienna to Trieste, the 23-day walk stops in some of the areas most affected by both world wars. Yet recent events in Ukraine add a new layer of importance.
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Inside the Pope’s private gardens

Castel Gandolfo has served as the Pope’s summer retreat since the 17th Century. For the first time, the gardens surrounding the residence are open to the public.
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