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What not to miss at the Monet exhibition – and how to ensure you don't miss out.
Look carefully at any map, and you're likely to find some weird oddities thrown up as a result of political boundaries over the years.
Socialist icons, space dogs and even a British philosopher still having an impact well past their use-by date.
London Bridge, Cook's Cottage and the largest building ever moved. Here are 10 structures that are no longer where they were supposed to be.
The hills of Valparaiso are alive with graffiti art.
This windswept land known as the likely setting for Wuthering Heights is also the final resting place of troubled writer Sylvia Plath.
In modern Hong Kong, rent-a-curse grannies can still destroy your enemies for you.
Over 100 million photos are uploaded to Instagram every day. And according to new research there is a formula to taking the perfect shot.
Countries on both sides of the Channel are planning events to commemorate the turning point of WWII.
These combination mini-cultures are intriguing destinations for curious travellers.
An immersive museum in Savannah takes us back to the roaring – and restricted – 1920s.