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A look ahead at hidden europe 44, which will be published on 11 November 2014.

In hidden europe 44, we’ll head north for an indepth look at the Barents Seas region where Norway and Russia rub shoulders. Also in that winter issue, we shall return to Bosnia and Herzegovina to examine the enigmatic mediaeval gravestones known as stećci.

hidden europe 44 will be published on Tuesday 11 November 2014. As that day happens to be Martinmas, we’ll take a look in that issue of the magazine at various traditions associated with the feast of St Martin.

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