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    Cities are their people. And, for the photographer Omar Z. Robles, they are their dancers. He photographs them executing pirouettes in an alleyway or on a pedestrian crossing in New York or Havana.
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    From cathedral domes to towering skyscrapers, London's skyline is famous the world over. But even the city's residents are shocked how quickly it is changing.
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    We celebrate a new excuse for being seduced by the ‘charme’ of Bordeaux. ‘La Cité du Vin’ – an architectural wonder and a worthy tribute to the famous wine of these lands.
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    Nowadays, tea is more of a treat than a daily essential. Nevertheless, the ritual of having tea remains a much-loved tradition and visitors should try it at least once.
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    The Titanic Experience in booming Belfast, the city where it was built and launched, tells the history of the iconic ship, from its record-breaking launch to its tragic end.
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    The Smurfs, Lucky Luke, Asterix, Tintin… A different way of reading comics does exist: just go for a stroll through Brussels.
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    It is competing with Ibiza and Saint-Tropez, and even Beyoncé is looking for inspiration on its coastline. The destination a la mode is in Croatia, and it smells like lavender.
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    Though it may be the cradle of tequila and mariachis, Guadalajara offers a lot more than folklore. The capital of Jalisco alternates traditional ranchera songs with jazz. And it sounds better than ever.
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    The legendary Ritz Paris reopens to the public, with a new look but remaining true to the obsessive attention to detail of its founder, César Ritz, and to the celebrities that catapulted it to fame.
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    Jay Gatsby, that most famous literary creation of F. Scott Fitzgerald would have been the perfect host for the Jazz Age Lawn Party, a ‘journey’ to the 1920s, south of Manhattan.
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    If you were to ask a thousand Britons for their favourite coastal spot, it's highly likely you'll get a thousand different answers.
    If you want to touch the sun (or at least attempt it) you have to climb to the peak of Ecuadorian volcano Chimborazo, the furthest point from the centre of the Earth, and the closest to the heavens.
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