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A Marrakech make-over

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A Marrakech make-over

Morocco’s most fashion-forward city gets its glad rags on with the arrival of the Jasper Conran hotel, plus new extensions to Yves Saint Laurent’s Jardin Marjorelle and the gardens at the Royal Mansour

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The best books for summer 2017

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The best books for summer 2017

Summer is the time to catch up on your reading. We’ve selected 13 of this season’s most-anticipated, wildest and weirdest books to entertain you, whether you’re bound for the beach, mountains or city. even armchair…

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Embrace your inner geek

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Embrace your inner geek

Put on your spectacles and let your inner nerd run wild at these new scientific attractions. Going geek has never been so cool

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What we’re reading: May 2017

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What we’re reading: May 2017

This collection of classic photo portraits of the world’s animals are disarmingly sensitive and revealing, serving as a clarion call to save our endangered species

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7 ways to see the midnight sun

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7 ways to see the midnight sun

Want to bathe in that 24-hour, golden glow? Go north for sun-soaked boat parties, Arctic rail adventures, and a road trip to the top of the world

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City life: Montreal

Canada

City life: Montreal

Although geriatric by North American standards, Leonard Cohen’s home city is driven by a youthful, creative spirit that’s coming to the fore as Montreal kicks off its 375th anniversary celebrations

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Bed down in a Banksy hotel

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Bed down in a Banksy hotel

In a collaboration between artists Sami Musa, Dominique Petrin and Banksy, the latest art hotel to debut isn’t in Milan or New York — but Bethlehem

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Mexico: Pancho power

Mexico

Mexico: Pancho power

It’s hard not to fall for the sleepy charms of San Pancho, a tiny Pacific coast surf town on Mexico's Riviera Nayarit

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New York: Going underground

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New York: Going underground

At a time when many politically disillusioned New Yorkers might like to flee underground, subterranean escapist spaces are cropping up beneath the Big Apple

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