hidden europe 52

Preview: hidden europe 53

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A look ahead at hidden europe 53 which will be published on 15 November 2017.

In the next issue of hidden europe, we’ll have a report from the Swedish island of Gotland where the capital Visby is one of the best preserved mediaeval towns in Scandinavia. We’ll take a sideways look at football in Bradford and touch down in the small town of Novi Bečej in the Banat region. With so much hype around New Nature Writing these days, we’ll review some old nature writing from Llewelyn Powys, Edward Thomas and other 20th-century writers. Issue 53 of hidden europe will be published on Wednesday 15 November 2017.

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