Enjoy a mix of archaeology, travel and art in the Spring issue of Timeless Travels magazine:
- Find out how to miss the crowded tourist spots at the fabulous Angkor temples in Cambodia.
- Knights of St John on the tiny Island of Malta.
- More unexpected treasures from Eastern Turkey.
- Where is Alexander the Great buried? Searching the city of Alexandria in Egypt to find out.
- Hambledon Hill, one of Britain’s greatest hillforts is saved for the nation.
- An interview with the wonderful Hilary Bradt, founder of the Bradt Travel Guides over 40 years ago.
- William Dalrymple also brings to our attention another fabulous woman, Fanny Parkes, who is this issue’s intrepid traveller. Married to a junior office in charge of ice making in Allahabad, India, in the 1840’s, Fanny’s stories of her life there over twenty years are a delightful and unexpected account of colonial life – with a different point of view.
- Focus on the first woman painter in Florence, Sour Plautilla Nelli.
- The wonderful paintings emerging from the western deserts of Australia.
- A peek at some of the treasures collected by the owners of Burghley House, one of the finest Elizabethan homes in England, during their grand European tours.
There is the latest news from the archaeological world, a round up of art exhibitions for the coming months and new to this issue is a book review section. Another packed issue with lots to read and beautiful photographs to help you plan your dream trips. Happy reading!