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Spring 2015

Travel to Australia, Cambodia, Turkey, Egypt, England,
Malta, Italy and The Netherlands  

In this Issue...

The delights of Angkor

Angkor is one of the most famous archaeological centres in Asia. Annabel Venn shares how to avoid the other million visiting tourists.

Searching for Alexander

Where is Alexander the Great's tomb? Is it in Egypt, Greece or somewhere else entirely? Angus Browne is on the case.

Magnificent Malta

How did the tiny Island of Malta and its Knights of St John save western civilisation? Nick Fogg explains all.

Intrepid Traveller: Fanny Parkes

William Dalrymple brings this delightful traveller to our attention after 170 years.

Florence's First Female Painter

A chance discovery in a Florentine market led Jane Fortune to her first invisible artist.

Interview with: Hilary Bradt

Hilary shares her delightful travel stories from the past 40 years and tells us some things we don't know about her.

Hambeldon Hill: saved for the Nation

Recently purchased by the National Trust, Roger Mercer gives a detailed account of his excavations at the site.

Community art from the far Western Desert

A new style of Aboriginal painting is emerging from the western deserts of Australia.

A weekend in...Amsterdam

Culture, history, art galleries, amazing museums and fabulous cake...what more could you want from a weekend away?

Plus...More unexpected treasures from the East of Turkey in the form of medieval Armenian ruins near Ani, and travel gems from Burghley House in Cambridgeshire.  There are the latest book reviews, art and archaeological news and exhibitions and Dig Diary.  So much to read and enjoy! 
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