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Mini guide to Bucharest, Romania

Between the Carpathian Mountains and the banks of the Dâmbovit, Bucharest was once a grand neo-classical city. Much damaged in WWII, it now combines a mismatch of architectural eras.
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Budget spas and curative waters in western Ukraine

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In the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains, where medical tourism began, resorts are still visited by thousands looking to treat various conditions.
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A new home for Scotland's Museum of Transport

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The museum’s third stop in 50 years is the sleek Zaha Hadid-designed Riverside Museum, which opened on 21 June in Glasgow.
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Mini guide to Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona has been breaking new ground in art and architecture since the Middle Ages, and its centre constitutes one of the greatest concentrations of Gothic architecture in Europe.
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Lego-heaven in Denmark

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Though California’s Disneyland lays claim to the slogan, “The Happiest Place on Earth”, Denmark's Legoland may give it a run for its money.
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Slow Umbria

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This region has an impressive share of art and history, but it is the local traditions and way of life that make this the slow food and slow travel capital of Italy.
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