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Symbolism in Bath’s architecture

02/02/2017 14:06

Written by Caroline Mills

Bath’s architecture has more symbolic meaning than you probably first realised.

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A man’s world – Bath’s big four

02/02/2017 13:52

Written by Caroline Mills

The four men who shaped the way that Bath looks and feels today.

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Oman’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites

15/11/2016 12:13

Written by Bradt Travel Guides

With infrastructure and trade routes dating back thousands of years, it comes as no surprise that Oman has claimed four inscriptions on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Gingerbread houses

04/10/2016 13:47

Written by Paul Clammer

Learn about the history of the iconic gingerbread houses of Port-au-Prince.

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Favourite sites in Cusco

02/08/2016 12:31

Written by Hilary Bradt

Hilary Bradt tells us about her personal favourites from 20 years of introducing trekkers to Cusco.

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Heavens above

06/06/2016 15:43

Written by Rudolf Abraham

Remote pilgrimage churches are a common sight along the Alpe-Adria Trail. 

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Nineteenth-century timber churches

16/05/2016 16:55

Written by James Proctor

You’ll find no ancient architectural monuments on the Faroes; only timber churches.

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Kassena code

19/04/2016 12:16

Written by Katrina Manson and James Knight

The houses of the Kassena are a unique marvel.

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Curanto y Kuchen – Patagonian Pioneers

17/11/2015 14:20

Written by Hugh Sinclair

Luisa Ludwig’s book Curanto y Kuchen contains an insightful and charming personal account of the lives of the early settlers and this isolated region. 

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Santiago’s barrios

23/10/2015 13:55

Written by Tim Burford

Santiago has some very atmospheric barrios, home to creative restaurants, clubs and buildings. 

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