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23 May 2019

St Petersburg: a City Built on Bones

As Russia’s new crowning city, St Petersburg was embellished with many jewels, including the first Winter Palace, designed for Peter the Great by Swiss-Italian architect Domenico Trezzini around 1711, with a second version being constructed in 1721 under the supervision of German Georg Mattarnovy.


13 February 2019

Stories of the Saints

Though the historical realities and facts of many saints have been confused and combined with Christian mythology and ever-evolving religious and celebratory traditions throughout history, their stories, origins and contemporary relevance remain engaging in our modern world.  


07 February 2019

Spare a thought for a glass of wine

Oliver Kenzie explains why having a glass whilst in Greece might provide a stronger link with the past than you might think.


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