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Travel News from August 2014

Museum in Sweden closes following suspected tear gas attack, Nashville named as USA̵…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: the famous Sami Museum in Sweden has been temporarily closed following a suspected tear gas attack, Nashville has been named as the most ‘American’ … read more

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August 28, 2014 at 1:27 pm

Spain’s oldest village seeks new residents, Indian villages hit by floods, Mayan r…

Get  the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Spain’s oldest village is seeking new, younger residents, over 800 Indian villages have been hit by flooding, Mayan ruins have been discovered in Mexico … read more

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August 21, 2014 at 1:48 pm

E-visa confusion in Turkey, Bangkok street vendors under threat, tour guides clash with …

Get  the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: tourists are being sent home from some Turkish airports over E-visa confusion, Bangkok street vendors could be moved to new ‘designated areas’, tour guides … read more

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August 20, 2014 at 1:18 pm

Tragic consequences to Crimean ferry queue, ice bucket exception to Californian drought …

Get  the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: long queues for Crimea ferry results in tragedy, ice bucket challenge trumps Californian drought, National Guard sent to Ferguson, Missouri and protesters arrested at … read more

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August 18, 2014 at 1:20 pm

Iranian president in Twitter headscarf storm, winter weather chaos in New Zealand, Itali…

Get  the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Iranian president accused of hypocrisy in Twitter headscarf row, heavy snowfall causes major disruption in New Zealand, a painting by the Italian master Guercino … read more

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August 15, 2014 at 1:54 pm
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