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Verdi's surprising muse

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2013 marks the bicentennial of the legendary Italian opera composer’s birth, making it a perfect time to explore the remote countryside that saw his beginnings as a musician and a man.
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World's largest graffiti exhibit

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One hundred street artists are taking over a nine-storey social housing tower in Paris for 30 days before the building’s demolition in November.
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Five curious facts about Croatia

Nestled near Italy on the Adriatic Sea, the tiny country has been an unsung source of innovation, libation and historical intrigue for centuries.
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Europe for science lovers

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The continent’s rich history of scientific discovery and wondrous natural sights are sure to inspire all kinds of brainiacs, from physics buffs to fossil hunters.
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The coast where cash is king

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Once a haven for celebrities and royalty, the affordability of Montenegro’s 295km shoreline is slipping away as the tiny country once again sets its sights on the well-heeled set.
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In Paris, the drink that drove Van Gogh mad

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Famed for turning the cafes of Montmartre into a haven for booze-addled artists, the story of absinthe – and its current revival in Paris — is as thick and cloudy as the drink itself.
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