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Shakespeare gets a new home

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The Royal Shakespeare Company will begin its 50th season today in a new, $185 million theatre complex in Stratford-upon-Avon, England.
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France’s newest national park

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The limestone cliffs and inlets of Provence’s Calanques will be the first park since 1979 and it is on the doorstep of the country’s second largest city, Marseille.
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Mini Guide

Mini guide to Northern Highlands, Scotland

Boat beside some of Great Britain’s best beaches or stroll amid prehistoric standing stones on windswept coastal paths.
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Mini guide to La Rioja, Spain

Along the Camino de Santiago, the Rioja's small towns are home to ancient monasteries and novel wineries. The rolling hillsides are perfect for growing their eponymous wine.
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Beyond the Headlines

Why are Finns so happy?

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Finland – despite its long stretches of darkness and high suicide rate– was named the second happiest country by a Gallup survey. And are depression and happiness connected?
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Finland’s swamp soccer and sauna endurance

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Also wife carrying, naked racing and other unusual competitions enthusiastically, if comically, hosted by the Finns.
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