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    In pictures: Alentejo
    With towns made of marble, a landscape dotted with prehistoric remains and 2,000-year-old winemaking traditions kept alive by enterprising locals, the fiercely proud Portuguese region of Alentejo is where time rolls back and the past sits cheek by jowl with the present.
    New York City's Pride: True Colours

    New York City's Pride: True Colours

    This year marks half a century since New York City’s pivotal Stonewall riots, a five-night flashpoint in LGBTQ+ history
    On the Trail of Titanic

    On the Trail of Titanic

    Across Britain and Ireland lies a series of significant places, artefacts and memorials to the doomed liner’s first –and last – associations with the land from which it sailed. 

    Medieval Forts Restored as Spectacular Hunza Valley Builds Its Future

    Discover a centuries old fort that lies beneath some of the world's tallest mountains that has been restored by some of the most socially forward-thinking people in Pakistan. 

    What Happened to the Lost Colony of Roanoke?

    Discover the story of the lost colony of Roanoke, the first English settlement of the new world in what has become America.