A letter from Anne Frank to the US

Although it was only a one-time letter exchange between two girls – one from a farm town in Iowa and the other living in Amsterdam – the surviving correspondenc..

The soup that united Switzerland

Milchsuppe is a meal infused with folklore, not least because of its association with Switzerland’s very formation. By Mike MacEacheran 17 April 2018 Some morn..

Caught between two seas

A little more than 50 years ago, Dhanushkodi was nearly wiped from the map. But those who call it home refused to stay away. By Deepti Asthana 27 March 2018

The soup that united Switzerland

Milchsuppe is a meal infused with folklore, not least because of its association with Switzerland’s very formation. By Mike MacEacheran 17 April 2018 Some morn..

The soup quarrelling politicians share

Milchsuppe is a meal infused with folklore, not least because of its association with Switzerland’s very formation. By Mike MacEacheran 17 April 2018 Some morn..

The temples that had to be moved

If Abu Simbel had not been saved, places like Vienna's Historic Centre, Cambodia's Angkor Wat and other Unesco World Heritage sites might only live on..

India’s spectacular ‘mother’ lake

From above, India’s Loktak Lake appears riddled with islands – but they’re actually not islands at all. By Ben McKechnie 12 April 2018

‘We were very cautious travellers’

‘We knew we had to get out of this situation as quickly as possible because soon it would turn sour. But we didn’t know what to do.’ By Margherita Ragg 30 Marc..

The world’s only floating national park

From above, India’s Loktak Lake appears riddled with islands – but they’re actually not islands at all. By Ben McKechnie 12 April 2018

The last Arctic village

Canada’s 137km Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway is a vital new lifeline across unremittingly spartan tundra, but also a window on an almost-forgotten way of indigenou..

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