Missile base near Pervomaysk, Ukraine, tells story of Cold War's fragile 'peace'
The Middle Ages refuse to retreat in Greece's Mount Athos
Saints, kings, legends and a Da Vinci haunt Poland’s former capital
From ancient world wonder to centre of mass tourism
One of Europe's oddest places, Croatia's Brijun evokes dead cheetahs, Tito and some movies stars
Music, history and fun mix in Serbia's second largest city
Home of the blackest church, biggest bell and narrowest street in Romania
One of the best ways to spend your upcoming holiday is also the easiest – go Chalkidiki
From Antiquity to bars and from good food to good shopping the Greek capital holds many promises
Serbia's Lepenski Vir displays 8,000-year-old large-scale sculptures
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