Travel to China, Italy, Germany, Yemen,
Canada, Jordan and Greece
In this Issue...
The miracle of Meteora, Greece
Rachael Lindsay visits this UNESCO world heritage site set in the clouds
Interview with...Dr Zahi Hawass
A very candid interview with probably the world's most famous Egyptologist
Sophy Downes recounts a visit with a spot of palm reading whilst in Tehran
Dresden: an art lover's delight
Historian Tom Duncan reveals how Dresden has always had a strong art history
Matilda Hickson visits the lesser well -known temples and grottoes of Eastern China
The Palazzo Vecchio in Florence has it all: beautiful paintings, archaeological excavations, tall towers and secret passages
Doreen Ingrams was the first European woman to live in the Hadhramaut in the 1930s and was an important part of negotiating peace in the region
Santa Croce in Pink...
The world's largest Franscian church is actually home to many renowned woman in history. Jane Fortune tells the story of one of them
Deep in the trenches...
at Pella in Jordan. Archaeologist Ben Churcher, who has dug there for 30 years, explains why it is such a special site