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Browse our list of newly released tours for 2018. Our 2018 collection offers a stimulating range of familiar favourites and new experiences, from enchanting natural history tours to dramatic city breaks.

Last updated: Monday 11th September, 2017 

 

TOURS RELEASED ON MONDAY 11 SEPTEMBER

UZBEKISTAN: CITIES OF THE SILK ROAD

May 29 – Jun 08, 2018; £2550 | Andrew Wilson

Uzbekistan has long been a prized territory: in the 4th century BC Alexander the Great married the daughter of a local chieftain, and in the 14th century Genghis Khan waged war over the region. It was Timur, better known to us as Tamerlane, who finally overpowered the Mongols and established Samarkand as the glittering capital of an empire encompassing much of Central Asia. More>>

 

 

TOURS RELEASED ON FRIDAY 08 SEPTEMBER

ART & ARCHITECTURE OF PUGLIA

Oct 2 – 8, 2018; £1795 | Colin Bailey

Nestled in the heel of Italy lies Puglia – or Apulia as it was originally named – the most prosperous region in the south of the country but surprisingly one of its least visited parts. The diversity of its architectural heritage – Greek, Roman, Romanesque, Norman, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque – reflects its multifaceted past and importance on ancient trading and pilgrimage routes. More>>

 

FLEMISH PAINTING: FORM VAN EYCK TO RUBENS

Aug 8 – 12, 2018; £1315 | Colin Bailey

No country – with the exception of Italy – has made such a profound contribution to European art as the land we know today as Belgium. With the development of oil painting in the 15th century onwards, Belgium played an essential role in the evolution of western painting, strongly influencing Italy itself. More>>

 

TUSCIA: ETRUSCANS, POPES & PRINCES

Sep 24 – 30, 2018; £1895 | Christopher Wellington

Lying between Tuscany and Umbria, the lush landscapes of the province of Viterbo are studded with ancient remains and picturesque medieval villages. At one point the city of Viterbo rivalled Rome in importance, becoming a favoured refuge for embattled popes while the capital endured chaos and feuding. More>>

 

ODISHA

Nov 10 – 24, 2018; £3995 | Annie Owen

One of India’s most distinctive regions, Odisha (Orissa) stretches along the Bay of Bengal and the flanking hill country. Enriched by ambitious medieval kings but then neglected by both Mogul and British conquerors, it remains a byword for traditional oratory and poetry, dance, crafts, rites and religious architecture. Less widely appreciated is that much of this heritage draws on tribal roots of the deepest antiquity. More>>

 

ART & PATRONAGE IN RENAISSANCE FLORENCE & SIENA

Nov 19 - 26, 2018; £2295 | Colin Bailey

This tour will offer an opportunity to discover the art of the Renaissance in two of its most influential cities – Florence and Siena – and in the context of the important individuals, institutions and families who were responsible for commissioning some of the era’s most significant paintings, sculptures and buildings. More>>

 

ANCIENT SICILY

Sep 10 - 19, 2018; £2595 | Phikip Kenrick

Our circuit of historic Sicily, starting in the heart of Palermo, travels via Agrigento and Syracuse to Taormina – Goethe’s “patch of paradise”, characterised by idyllic coastal vistas.As well as absorbing the monumental magnificence of Sicily’s Classical heritage, we will examine later cultural influences. More>>

 

ART ON THE CÔTE D'AZUR

Sep 10 – 17, 2018; £2395 | Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Enjoy the rich art collections of the Cote d’Azur in the landscape which inspired artists such as Monet and Bonnard. More>>

 

 

AQUILEIA CITY OF ANTIQUITY

Sep 3 – 8, 2018; £2395 | Andrew Wilson

Aquileia, once described by Emperor Justinian as “the greatest of all towns in the West” is today a little known but important Roman city perched on the Adriatic coastline. As the ninth biggest city in the Roman Empire during the 1st century AD Aquileia served as a crossroads, with a wide trading network between Rome and the East. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON THURSDAY 07 SEPTEMBER

WILD ROMANIA

May 3–10, 2018; £1795 | Marcus Kohler

From its vast areas of undisturbed forest to the dramatic peaks of the Carpathian Mountains, Romania has some of the nest landscapes and most diverse flora and fauna in Europe. The rich cultural legacies of its historic towns and cities are no less fascinating, including the UNESCO World Heritage sites of Sighișoara and Sibiu. More>>

 

VIENNA: CITY OF THE ARTS

April 24 – 28, 2018; £1645 | Patrick Bade

Vienna is a city of great romantic charm and incomparable historical and cultural richness. As the capital of a vast multi-ethnic empire for several hundred years, it accumulated treasures from every corner of Europe. More>>

 

PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA

Oct 29 - Nov 5, 2018; £1975 | Colin Bailey

Discover the abundance of paintings and sites relating to the great artist Piero della Francesco situated along the eponymous trail throughout Tuscany, Umbria and the Marches. More>>

 

WILDLIFE & WALKING IN EXTREMADURA

May 9 – 16, 2018; £1555 | Kevin Hand

With its mighty Tagus and Guadiana rivers, its wild mountain ranges and its limitless rolling plains, Extremadura boasts an enticing variety of landscapes. In the springtime the region’s cork and holm oak dehesas are abundantly carpeted with rock roses and cistus, while the grasslands boast mile after mile of catchfly and marigoldMore>>

 

HOGARTH IN LONDON

Aug 6, 2018; £175 | Lars Tharp

Take a day to explore the fascinating world of Georgian London visiting the Foundling Museum, Sir John Soane’s Museum, the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery. More>>

 

MEDIEVAL BURGUNDY

Jul 15-22, 2018; £2595 | Cathy Oakes

From 1363 to 1477 the old Duchy of Burgundy – with the glittering court of Dijon at its heart – became the focus of one of the most influential polities of the Middle Ages, extending its authority as far north as the Netherlands. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON WEDNESDAY 06 SEPTEMBER

ART IN COPENHAGEN

Aug 14 – 18, 2018; £2095 | Lars Tharp

Copenhagen, founded by Bishop Absalon in 1167, is a bustle-free city brimming with museums and galleries, notably the Statens Museum for Kunst, whose roots stretch back to the 16th century private collection of King Christian II. More>>

 

THE GREAT SPANISH MASTERS: FROM EL GRECO TO SOROLLA

Sep 24 – 1 Oct, 2018; £2095 | Colin Bailey

From the cobbled streets of sun-drenched Toledo to the artistic metropolis of Madrid we will immerse ourselves in UNESCO World Heritage sites, see hidden artworks displayed in the churches for which they were made and delve into international collections that reveal works by El Greco, Sorolla, Velázquez and Picasso. More>>

 

A WHITE GARMENT OF CHURCHES

Jul 16 – 21 Jul, 2018; £1475 | Imogen Corrigan

The later Middle Ages was a time of contrasts; of spirituality but also of scientific achievements and a greater degree of realism than is often imagined. It was a time of new ideas concerning church, state and education, and when ordinary people could read more into the signs and symbols in church architecture than we can today. Before the period we now call the Renaissance, there was a general awakening in religious and social terms, and a surge of church building. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON MONDAY 04 SEPTEMBER

WILDLIFE OF ANDALUCIA & THE STRAITS OF GIBRALTAR

Sep 15 – 22, 2018; £2195 | Marcus Kohler

Our wildlife tour to the southern tip of Andalucía and Gibraltar has been timed to coincide with the autumn migratory season, when up to 190,000 raptors take advantage of the narrowest sea crossing between Europe and North Africa. More>>

 

POMPEII WITH HERCULANEUM

May 19 – 25, 2018; £1815 | Andrew Wilson

One of two departures of this perennially favourite tour, offering a thought-provoking window onto Roman life in the company of archaeologist Andrew Wilson. More>>

 

GERMANY'S ROMANTIC ROAD

Jun 11 – 18, 2018; £2495 | Colin Bailey

Our survey of the art treasures of Bavaria will reacquaint participants with some familiar names – the great Giambattista Tiepolo, to name but one – and introduce them to some less well-known craftsmen, notably Tilman Riemenschneider (circa 1460-1531), whose sculptures and wood carvings are one of the artistic highlights of Würzburg. More>>

 

STOCKHOLM & DROTTINGHOLM PALACE

Jun 6 – 10, 2018; £1995 | Ian Cox

Explore the artistic and architectural treasures of Stockholm, often called the ‘Venice of the North’ and vsit 17th century Drottningholm Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to the King and Queen of Sweden. More>>

 

MOORISH SPAIN: CORDOBA & GRANADA

Sep 17 – 23, 2018; £2195 | Rose Walker

Discover the legacy of al-Andalus as we explore the endlessly evocative architecture of Córdoba and Granada where highlights include the Great Mosque of Córdoba, and Granada’s famous Alhambra and Generalife – all UNESCO World Heritage sites. More>>

 

TOWNS, PALACES & CHURCHES OF POLAND

Oct 2 – 11, 2018; £2350 | Alex Koller

Our survey of the towns and palaces of Poland starts in Warsaw, where the medieval core and the castle of the Vasa kings have been handsomely restored after the destruction of the last war. More>>

 

COUNTRY HOUSES OF NORTH SHROPSHIRE

July 2 – 6, 2018; £1175 | Roger White

Shrewsbury is our base for this exploration of country houses and churches in the northern half of the beautiful county of Shropshire. Our tour focuses on fine but little-known private houses, and also gives the opportunity to explore one of the handsomest county towns in England. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON FRIDAY 01 SEPTEMBER

MOROCCO: ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE WESTERN KINGDOM

Oct 10 – 23, 2018; £3550 | Andrew Wilson

The spread of Islam, combined with the spirit of al-Andalus, gave birth in Morocco to an artistic and architectural legacy of enormous diversity. Meknès, founded in the 11th century and revitalised by Sultan Moulay Ismaïl in the 18th, reflecting his imperial ambitions, is an especially attractive example of the harmonious blending of the Islamic and Spanish styles. More>>

 

DANISH PALACES & COUNTRY HOUSES

Jul 26 – Aug 3, 2018; £3175 | Roger White

The gentle Danish countryside, where the sea is never far away, hosts a distinguished array of historic houses that are largely unknown outside Denmark. Some of the earliest examples, from the 16th century, boast romantic and evocative skylines, whilst the visual impact of others – notably Rosenholm and Hesselagergård – is accentuated by their moated sites. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON THURSDAY 31 AUGUST

THE DODECANESE ISLANDS

Oct 8 – 19, 2018; £2895 | Andrew Wilson

The Dodecanese island complex, located in the southeastern Aegean sea, encompasses a dozen large islands – with the term Dodecanese translating as ‘twelve islands’ – and many smaller ones. Our tour will explore these islands’ history and the array of important archaeological finds to be found on Samos, Patmos, Kos and Rhodes. More>>

 

WAGNER'S RING CYCLE IN SAN FRANCISCO

Jun 18 – 26, 2018; £5975 | John Deathridge

In the summer of 2018, we will experience all four dramas of Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen performed by San Francisco Opera in the beautiful surroundings of the city’s War Memorial Opera House.Das RheingoldDie WalküreSiegfried and Götterdämmerung will each cast their unique spell in a magnificent production that promises to be of an exceptional standard both musically and visually. More>>

 

BEETHOVEN IN BONN

Sep 5 – 11, 2018; £2450 | John Bryden

In a series of unique concerts, celebrated pianists Sir Andras Schiff and Dénes Várjon perform a selection of late Beethoven piano sonatas whilst the world famous Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment under Adam Fischer brings us Beethoven’s Overture from Egmont, Haydn’s Symphony No 101 and Beethoven Symphony No 5. More>>

 

DINGLE & THE RING OF KERRY

Jun 9 – 16, 2018; £1985 | Niamh Whitfield

Discover County Kerry, situated on the Atlantic in the extreme southwest of Ireland, boasting some of the country’s most magnificent scenery: not just the famous Lakes of Killarney, but also the rugged mountains and coast of the Iveragh and Dingle peninsulas. More>>

 

FESTTAGE: OPERA IN BERLIN

Mar 29 – Apr 3, 2018; £2595 | John Deathdridge

Experience two star-studded  Wagnerian masterpieces in the company of John Deathridge, one of the world’s foremost Wagner authorities as not one but two of Berlin’s major opera houses – the newly refurbished State Opera and the Deutsche Oper – welcome us for performances. More>>

 

ARCTIC FINLAND & NORWAY

Aug 3 – 11, 2018; £2515 | Kevin Hand

Travel above the Arctic Circle to explore some of Europe’s largest remaining wilderness landscapes: from taiga forest to sparse tundra and dramatic coastline. More>>

 

ANCIENT CYPRUS

Oct 11 – 21, 2018; £2395 | Philip Kenrick

From prehistoric times onwards, Cyprus has been either contested by invaders or influenced by traders from Anatolia, Greece, Syria, Phoenicia and Egypt. The activities of collectors and archaeologists have filled museums (both in Cyprus and elsewhere) with a rich array of artefacts that reflect the island’s diverse history. More>>

 

20TH CENTURY CORNWALL: ART, ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN

Apr 10 – 14, 2018; £1095 | Alan Powers

Cornwall may immediately conjure up visions of sandy coves and mid-century modern art, but upon closer examination, an even richer heritage is revealed.This tour offers privileged access to houses and museum collections, crossing the divide between the late Victorian and Edwardian Arts and Crafts movement, with visits ranging from richly decorated Anglo-Catholic churches to Porth-en-Alls, a house that must be seen to be believed. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON FRIDAY 25 AUGUST

BAUHAUS: GERMAN MODERN ART & DESIGN

Jun 26 – 1 July, 2018; £1895 | Alan Powers

Of all the avant-garde enterprises in art and design between the wars, the Staatliches Bauhaus provides a paradigm of modernism.Study the art, architecture and design of the Bauhaus school, including creations by Walter Gropius, Henry van de Velde and Erich Mendelsohn in the company of Alan Powers, one of the UK's leading architectural historians. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON TUESDAY 22 AUGUST

NORTHERN PICTS

Aug 25 – 31, 2018; £1755 | Andrew Wilson

This archaeological tour takes a close look at the Highland area around Inverness, the heartland of the Picts which many experts consider the chief power centre in the early medieval period. More>>

 

ELGAR, BIRMINGHAM & WORCESTER

Feb 5 – 9, 2018; £1395 | Nicholas Wearne

Take in a range of exemplary performances, including private recitals and two concerts at Birmingham's iconic Symphony Hall as well as exploring the University of Birmingham's archive of Elgar documents, where he was Director of Music between 1905 and 1908.  More>>

 

TOUR RELEASED ON FRIDAY 18 AUGUST

 

JAPAN IN SPRINGTIME: ART, TEMPLES & GARDENS

Apr 6 – 19, 2018; £4995 | Meri Arichi

Explore a range of fascinating temples, from Sensō-ji, Tokyo’s oldest temple, to Tōkei-ji in the city of Kamakura and enjoy Japan’s beautiful parks and gardens, including Ueno Park and the country’s famous rock garden at Ryōan-ji. More>>

 

TOUR RELEASED ON THURSDAY 17 AUGUST

 

ISLAY, JURA & COLONSAY

Jun 19-26, 2018; £1795 | Kevin Hand

Islay, the ‘Queen of the Hebrides’, will be our base for this rewarding study of the area’s flora and fauna. More >>

 

TOUR RELEASED ON WEDNESDAY 16 AUGUST

 

DOURO RIVER CRUISE ON THE ROYAL BARGE

May 26 - 2 June, 2018; £2975 | Martin Symington

Sail aboard Her Majesty’s royal barge, the Spirit of Chartwell, as it cruises along the ‘River of Gold’ and take in the vineyards and historic towns of Portugal’s northern valleys. More>>

 
TOURS RELEASED ON TUESDAY 15 AUGUST

CHURCHES OF NORFOLK: AN APPOINTMENT WITH ANGELS

July 3 - 7, 2018; £755 | Imogen Corrigan

This short UK architectural history tour with mediaevalist Imogen Corrigan examines the wealth of mediaeval churches that adorn the Norfolk landscape – the largest concentration anywhere in the world. More >>

 

ARTISTS OF THE NORTH

Jun 26 - 29, 2018; £845 | Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Learn about the artistic heritage of Yorkshire and Lancashire, home to four of Britain’s most important 20th century artists: Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, David Hockney and L S Lowry. More >>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON MONDAY 14 AUGUST

CHURCHES & MONASTERIES OF ARMENIA AND GEORGIA

Sep 1 - 14, 2018; £3365 | Alex Koller

Visit the medieval churches of Mtskheta, including the 11th century cathedral once besieged by Tamburlaine and discover the Byzantine monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin, renowned for their school of illuminators and calligraphers. More>>

 

ANCIENT SICILY

May 14 - 23, 2018; £2565 | Philip Kenrick

Uncover remarkable architectural fusions, from William II’s Norman-Byzantine cathedral of Monreale to the Palatine Chapel in Palermo, resplendent with Byzantine mosaics on this tour of ancient Sicily. More>>

 

HADRIAN'S WALL

Aug 6 - 9, 2018; £695 | Mark Corney

Explore the fascinating ancient forts, turrets and castles that line Hadrian’s Wall and learn about its history and construction. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON FRIDAY 11 AUGUST

SOUTH AFRICA

Aug 31 - Sep 5, 2018; £4495 | John Parker

Travel through the magnificent scenery of the Cape, from sandy coastlines to rugged mountains, at a time when the landscape is carpeted with dazzling displays of spring flowers. More >>

 

CAMBRIDGE CHURCHES, COLLEGE CHAPELS & ORGANS

Mar 2- 4, 2018; £745 | John Bryden

Experience our Tour Director John Bryden’s expert organ playing in the stunning surroundings of Cambridge’s famous chapels. More>>

 

ALBI & THE LANGUEDOC

May 30 - June 5, 2018; £2065 | Juliet Heslewood

 Follow in the footsteps of acclaimed artist Toulouse-Lautrec, taking in his dedicated museum in Albi and his beautiful rural home, the Chateau du Bosc. More >>

 

THE SOUTHERN WELSH MARCH: HISTORY OF THE BORDERLANDS

May 21 - 25, 2018; £995 | John Parker

Make a chronological survey of this fascinating border country, from Roman incursions through Norman fortification and religious foundations to industrial heritage. More >>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON THURSDAY 10 AUGUST

HAMBURG, SCHWERIN & BREMEN

Jul 24 - 29, 2018; £1845 | Colin Bailey

Explore the artistic highlights of this fascinating trio of cities in the north of Germany and take in the masterpieces on display at the Kunsthalles of Hamburg and Bremen. More>>

 

TREASURES OF CAMBRIDGE

Mar 5 - 8, 2018; £895 | Sarah Burles

Admire the collections at Cambridge’s famous Fitzwilliam Museum, including a private visit to the Founder’s Library and be one of the first to visit Kettle’s Yard, shortly after it reopens following a major redevelopment project. More>>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON WEDNESDAY 09 AUGUST

MEDIEVAL WINCHESTER

Sep 25 - Sep 27, 2018; £575 | Imogen Corrigan

The Winchester we see today owes much to the Anglo-Saxon and medieval periods. On this tour, we will explore the medieval heart of the city, discover the exquisite book of blessings commissioned by Æthelwold – made Bishop of Winchester in 963 – and how the city’s story is inextricably tied to that of King Alfred the Great. More >>

 

LIVERPOOL: PRIVATE WEALTH, PUBLIC RICHES

Sep 17 - Sep 20, 2018; £825 | Elizabeth Newell

On this cultural tour to Liverpool, unravel the rich history of a city with UNESCO World Heritage status, discovering sites such as Knowsley Hall, historic seat of the Earls of Derby. More >>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON TUESDAY 08 AUGUST

CHINESE CIVILISATION

Oct 13 - Oct 30, 2018; £4695 | Elizabeth Morrell

Discover the history of over 5000 years of Chinese civilisation, exploring the extraordinary traditional architecture, fine art, garden design, calligraphy and porcelain left by dynasties throughout the centuries. More >>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON MONDAY 07 AUGUST

PALLADIO & THE VILLAS OF THE VENETO

Oct 18 - Oct 27, 2018; £2950 | Charles Hind

Learn about the life of Andrea Palladio and enter famous and lesser-known villas in and around Vicenza and Padua, including Villa Rotonda and Villa Godi. More >>

 

NORTHUMBRIA IN THE FIRST MILLENIUM

Jul 30 - Aug 3, 2018; £925 | Imogen Corrigan

Uncover the world of St Cuthbert and St Bede as we investigate the history of Northumbria after the Romans left and before the Normans arrived. More >>

 

CHICHESTER & THE SOUTH DOWNS

Aug 13 - Aug 17, 2018; £1215 | Richard Pailthorpe

Enjoy a short sojourn in the charming cathedral city of Chichester, the base from which we will explore the wonderful heritage of the surrounding South Downs. More >>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON FRIDAY 04 AUGUST

 

ATHENS, DELPHI & THE PELOPONNESE

May 14 - May 24, 2018; £2450 | Carolyn Perry

Explore Greece’s classical archaeology, taking in ancient temples, palaces and fortresses, discover the Acropolis of Athens and the Acropolis Museum and visit Delphi, located in striking surroundings beneath Mount Parnassus. More >>

 

ARTISTS' HOUSES IN SUSSEX

Jul 14 - Jul 21, 2018; £925 | Suzanne Fagence Cooper

Discover the artists’ houses and galleries that are scattered around the beautiful Sussex countryside and enter the former country properties and meeting places of members of the Bloomsbury Group including Monk’s House, once home to Virginia Woolf, and Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant’s Charleston farmhouse. More >>

 

TOURS RELEASED ON THURSDAY 29 JUNE:

SRI LANKA

Feb 6 - Feb 20, 2018; £3295 | Marcus Kohler

ACE Aquileia tour: Basilica of Aquileia

Journey across lush green forests, highland plateaux, wetlands and coastal plains, through both the dry and wet zones of Sri Lanka, in search of some of the largest and most celebrated mammals in the world. More >>

 

MORE NEW TOURS

NEW YORK & THE HUDSON VALLEY IN THE SPRING

Apr 9 - Apr 16, 2018; £4250 | Ian Cox

Trace the origins and legacy of the Hudson River School, which originated with a group of landscape painters in New York in 1850 and drew inspiration from British romanticism. More >>

COLONIAL COLOMBIA

Jun 15 - Jun 28, 2018; £4695 | Richard McColl

Follow in the footsteps of Spanish conquistadors and Simón Bolívar, as we travel from Colombia’s cultural capital, Bogotá, to jewel-like Cartagena de Indias. More >>
 

RUSSIA'S GOLDEN RING

Aug 18 - Aug 29, 2018; £3295 | Alex Koller

Experience the classic tour of ‘Golden Ring’ towns circling Moscow, as well as less frequently visited sites away from the tourist trail. More >>



 

WELLINGTON & NAPOLEON AT WATERLOO

Jun 24 - 27, 2018; £1295 | Nick Lipscombe

Delve into the minds of the figures behind Waterloo, one of the most decisive military encounters in history. More >>

WILD & ANCIENT ORKNEY

Jul 8 - Jul 15, 2018; £1715 | Peter Exley

Survey the spectacular archaeological treasures of the Orkney Islands, whose Neolithic monuments are a UNESCO World Heritage site. More >>
 

POETRY AND THE GREAT WAR

Jun 4 - Jun 8, 2018; £1250 | John Greenacre

One hundred years after the guns ceased, join historian John Greenacre and author Vivien Whelpton on this unique exploration of World War I through the words of poets and authors. More >>
 

BURMA

Nov 23 - Dec 8, 2018; £3995 | Alex Koller

Discover the important monastic centre of Sagaing, its undulating skyline punctuated with white and gold pagodas, the serene Inle Lake and the protected archaeological zone of Bagan, home to a vast number of remarkably preserved temples. More >>

FROM WASHINGTON TO JAMESTOWN

Oct 18 - 29, 2018; £4450 | Charles Hind

Take in a selection of America’s most prestigious historic architecture as we journey from Washington DC, the grand capital of the United States, to Jamestown, where English-speaking America began over four centuries ago. More >>

 

 

 

 
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