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New life in the port Einstein left

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Antwerp’s Het Eilandje neighbourhood has spent the last decade turning industrial decay into waterfront chic, with storied institutions helping to change the city’s cultural landscape.
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The death of the French baguette?

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Consumption of the Gallic staple is in steady decline, resulting in a national campaign to get the country back to the bakery.
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A peek inside the British royal residences

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As the world zooms in on the royal birth, take a look at the open-to-the-public retreats, castles and palaces where you can follow in the House of Windsor’s footsteps.


A portrait of summer in Finland

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The Turku archipelago preserves Nordic traditions, astonishing natural beauty and some disquieting memories.
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Living in... St Petersburg

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The former capital of the tsars and tsarinas is one of the world’s most expensive, yet its grace, glamour and 300-year history attracts residents from around the globe.
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Five over-the-top treehouse hotels

Special, secluded and surprisingly luxurious, these five wooden creations prove that treehouses are no longer just for kids.
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