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In France, a steampunk park of Jules Verne’s dreams

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With its combined art installation and amusement park, Nantes has brought the bizarre world of science fiction writer Jules Verne to life, complete with 12m-tall mechanical elephant.
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Swing takes over the Emerald Isle

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Traditionally associated with folk, Ireland is falling in love with swing – and travellers can compete, take classes or just join in down at the local pub.
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The Travel Show

Taking cruises by way of cargo ship

This curious way of travel via freight ship has some people packing up their sleeping bags to experience the new ride.
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Unearthing Plovdiv, the modern heart of ancient Thrace

Archaeologists uncover the shops and stadium of ancient Philippopolis – modern-day Plovdiv, Bulgaria – a city once governed by the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires.
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The Quora Column

Surreal towns, shaped by nature

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From manmade, moveable islands to an entire town built in a meteorite crater, these are some of the strangest ways in which people have adapted their settlements to Mother Nature.
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The hidden Scottish Highlands

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Hikers roam freely in this glacier-carved land of lonely sea cliffs, winding trails and breathtaking views.


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