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A train to nowhere in Siberia

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Built in an inhospitable land of extreme winter cold, the 3,140km-long Baikal-Amur Mainline blazes a path through some of Russia's least accessible terrain.
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Europe’s cheapest cities, 2013

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From Bucharest to Budapest, the third annual European Backpacker index found that travelling to the previously pricey continent is actually less expensive than you would think.


Doing Amsterdam the Dutch way

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From a cycle tour leader to a bartender at a brown cafe, the people behind classic Amsterdam experiences share the lesser-known places that they love, far from the tourist crowds.
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Nine culture-filled weekends in Europe

Delve deeper into the corners of the continent that helped inspire writers, musicians, artists and Vikings.
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Cooking in the danger zone: Chernobyl

In this video from the BBC archive, Stefan Gates visits the site of the world's worst nuclear accident and is faced with a dilemma when a woman prepares a meal from local produce.
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Where is the seventh Celtic nation?

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Galicia, an autonomous region on Spain’s rugged northwestern coast, is home to ancient relics, pagan myths and a vibrant, living history unlike anywhere else in the world.


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