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Mini guide to Valle d’Aosta, Italy

The region offers good skiing and hiking, Roman ruins in the town of Aosta, vernacular architecture and some impressive medieval and Renaissance castles.
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Postcard from Lille, France

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In the north of France, close to its border with Belgium, lie superb cheeses, pastries, pâtés and frites.
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Beyond the Headlines

Touring history’s dark side

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When does tourism walk the line between education and exploitation?
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Short trips, worlds away from Kraków

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Not far from Poland’s capital are two historical sites, the Wieliczka salt mine and the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum, both of which transport travelers to a different time.
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Discovering Britain’s prehistoric stone circles

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Stonehenge is the most famous of the 1,000 stone circles across Britain. Explore two more historic stone circles in Orkney and Cumbria.
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The Passport blog

True survivors at the British Museum

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The exhibit Crossroads of the Ancient World uses pieces from Afghanistan, Egypt and India to explore Afghanistan’s history as a centre of trade.
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