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Do genes explain Danish happiness?

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The Danes are famously considered to be the happiest people in the world. Can other nationalities follow suit?
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One of WWI's bloodiest frontlines

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It’s hard to imagine that Slovenia’s Soča Valley, a land of aquamarine river rapids and dense emerald forests, was once the site of WWI’s Isonzo Front, where 1.7 million soldiers died.
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Blood feuds in Albania’s Accursed Mountains

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The seldom met Malësori highlanders are legendary for their warm hospitality – and blood feuds that have spanned generations.
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Father Christmas' Mediterranean island escape

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Little is known about the neglected, earthquake-shattered buildings on Turkey’s mysterious Gemiler Adasi, the island where St Nicholas escaped persecution in the 4th Century.


Stockholm’s strategic Cold War stronghold

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The archipelago’s southernmost island was once home to a terrifyingly intricate – and nearly invisible – system of state-of-the-art military installations. Only a few survive.
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‘Walking on water’ in Slovakia

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Two hikers in Slovakia’s High Tatra Mountains walk across a lake that’s frozen so clearly, they look to be walking on water.
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