In this issue you can travel far and wide from the comfort of your armchair. We start in Havana, where historian Carrie Gibson looks at the Spanish past of the city. Then we move on to Lebanon, where Sarah Crake visits the ancient sites of Byblos and Baalbek, before crossing to Russia to visit some less well-known museums in Moscow with James Blake Wiener.
Who knew that England had its very own Atlantis? Thanks to Duncan J.D. Smith, we are better informed now about Dunwich in Suffolk which is quietly disappearing into the sea. Artist Craig Kraft shares his latest adventure to explore the prehistoric art of Namibia, and we see the results in his own work, whilst in Italy, Kate Bolton-Porciatti walks a part of the stunning Via Matilda and Stuart Forster visits the spa town of Wiesbaden in Germany and pays his respects at the grave of the Red Baron. Our traveller's tale comes to you from the Czech Republic, where Hilary Bradt attends a horse race which bears little resemblance to the Grand National; our Curious City is London, and our Marvellous Map is of the sky, dating to 700 CE.
Sadly, this will be the last issue of TimelessTravels magazine. However, the website will continue with features, news and reviews, so don't be a stranger. My heartfelt thanks to all our readers, contributors and advertisers over the last six years. I hope that you have enjoyed reading the magazine as much as I have loved bringing it to you. Happy travelling!