London 1665: Plagues, Fires and Other Catastrophes

London has had its fair share of problems over the years but few come close to the conveyer belt of misery that was an 18 month period between the beginning of 1665 and 1666. Undoubtedly one of the city’s harshest times, the utter destruction somehow led to the London we know and love today, as the city rebuilt from the depths of despair.

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Easter In Your Pocket

The meaning of Easter, and indeed even the date on which it falls each year, differs greatly depending on who you ask. And we’ve asked all of our local offices across Europe (as well as our furthest outpost in South Africa) to give us the low down on how Easter is celebrated in their part of the continent.

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William & Kate pay a visit to Gdansk

July 2017 saw the city visited by probably the most famous royalty on the planet when the UK’s Prince William and Princess Catherine visited Gdansk as part of a two-day visit to the country. The couple began their day at the Stutthof Concentration Camp 50km to the east of the city. They were shown around…

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