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The many faces of Dresden

These days, most people don’t associate the capital of the German state of Saxony with its historic beauty. The infamous Anglo-American firebombing of February 1945 turned the Old City into rubble, killing an estimated 40,000.

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Summer in Berlin, from West to East

For those seeking a summer weekend in temperatures that are unpredictably mild, or who want to delve into this creative, multicultural city for more than just Germany’s dark past and tortured history, here’s a mini-weekend guide taking you across the city, from west to east:

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Akko, mixed Jewish-Arab city, is ‘unpolished diamond’

More and more, creative entrepreneurs are realizing how this mixed Jewish-Arab city offers a model of coexistence, at a time when Muslim-Jewish tensions are heightened in response to the stabbings and other terror attacks against Jews in the streets of Israel.

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Navigating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through Airbnb

What happens when an American Jew from Tel Aviv tries to book an AirBnb room in Palestinian cities?

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A tour through the new Berlin

The Magazine ventures to Berlin to learn firsthand how the influx of refugees – and non-refugees – are changing the landscape of the German capital

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Madrid: A Guide to the Spanish City

Planning a trip to Madrid? Don’t go without reading this guide!

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