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Frederic & Annick’s Favourite Article of the Year. Athens looks towards modern art – World Meanderings (n°96)

  By Annick Dournes & Frédéric de Poligny    Athens is not all about Antiquity. The proof is in the recent opening of the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation,...
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Malta Diary   The island of Comino – small but with a history during various eras   Last week it had a population of three but sadly now down to two

ALBERT FENECH  e/mail –  Facebook:  The Maltese Archipelago, probably one of the smallest in the world, consists of five islands, Malta, Gozo, Comino, Filfla and St Paul’s...
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Malta Diary   Good urban planning – or a subterfuge for spirits, humanoids and secret sects? Maybe it was just plain commonsense?  

  ALBERT FENECH  e/mail – Facebook:    The island of Malta is riddled with underground tunnels and the two islands of Malta and Gozo abound with caves,...
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“Bid for the Louvre”, an online auction to help the Parisian museum – Meanderings through France n° 224

By Annick Dournes & Frédéric de Poligny    From 1st to 15th December the Louvre and Christie’s in collaboration with the French auction house Drouot organise an exceptional auction....
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Malta Diary A history of plagues and epidemics over many decades – restrictions are endemic in the DNA of the people of the Maltese Islands

ALBERT FENECH   e/mail –  Facebook:   Yep, Christmas is coming and we should be hearing the tinkling of bells and the rustling of holly and ivy –...
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Malta Diary Touches of sanity in today’s eyesore concrete jungle -archaeological sites and buildings now Scheduled and cannot be destroyed or altered in any way  

 ALBERT FENECH  e/mail –  Facebook:   I have written it before and repeat, if my great grandparents and grandparents were to be resurrected today and placed anywhere in...
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