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BBC Travel 14m
Turkey's secret underground city
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BBC Travel 4h
‘Hummus is a Middle Eastern food claimed by all and owned by none’.
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BBC Travel 8h
Was this the birthplace of mass media?
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BBC Travel 12h
“The Hill of Crosses doesn’t really belong to anyone, and thus belongs to all."
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BBC Travel 16h
Although it was created by a man, the sweet owes its success to women.
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BBC Travel 18h
It denotes kindness and affection, characteristic of the Brazilian spirit.
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BBC Travel Jan 14
Finns are the happiest people on Earth, they just don’t realise it.
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BBC Travel Jan 14
Music runs deeper into the fabric of this place than anywhere else in the world.
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BBC Travel Jan 14
Why does this idyllic island have so few tourists?
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BBC Travel Jan 14
"Vancouver wasn’t just lit by neon – it was illuminated with stories."
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BBC Travel Jan 14
Garlic can do a lot more than ward off vampires!
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BBC Travel Jan 14
It’s only recently become available in local restaurants.
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BBC Travel Jan 13
Each has a designated mayor who receives money to administer to his ghost town.
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BBC Travel Jan 13
It’s hard to believe that it’s part of Mexico City.
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BBC Travel Jan 13
Two people might sleep in the same bed and not be in the same country.
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BBC Travel Jan 13
"If there was a canyon, a river, there must be gold."
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BBC Travel Jan 13
In Athens, it pays for expats to live like tourists.
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BBC Travel Jan 13
In this village, every view is a rooftop view.
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BBC Travel Jan 12
These stone masks are inspired by those worn in local Nuo Opera, and are said to ward off evil spirits
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BBC Travel Jan 12
"Our sense of belonging is very strong."
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