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What We Love This Week, Volume XXV

From ants in combat to the surprising beauty within meteorites, there's a lot to love in the world. Here are our picks of the week.

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The Passage by Justin Cronin. An excellently-crafted modern day dystopian thriller with viruses, government conspiracies, and vampire/zombie-like creatures. Creative and well written. Click through for full review. Via Diamonds in the Library.

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The Passage des Panoramas is the oldest of the covered passages of Paris, located in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris between the Montmartre boulevard to the North and Saint-Marc street to the south. If you are considering driving to France from the UK read our Calais - Paris tips here: http://www.drive-france.com/faqs/calais-paris-car/

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from juxtapoz.com

Magazine - Fong Qi Wei's Passage of Time

i chose this image because i like how it captures the different times of day, and the colours look amazing together. there is light getting in, but also in the dark parts of the image, there isn't a lot of light getting in

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iWalk Helford Passage - a circular walk on the Helford River where the mild climate and south-facing slopes allow subtropical plants collected by Victorian expeditions to flourish in the gardens of Glendurgan and Trebah - 6.3 miles - Moderate - http://iwkc.co.uk/w/240. Photos on the route: https://uk.pinterest.com/iwalkcornwall/iwalk-helford-passage/

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from the Guardian

Paris's top 10 hidden shopping passages

Your guide to the top 10 covered passages in Paris (passages couverts de Paris). Each has its own personality, so be sure to visit more than one!

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from Rough Guides

Ten essential British foodie experiences

Fish and Chips - Blackpool, England, apart from family I miss the coast and fish and chips the most

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Nanjizal Beach, Cornwall, England. Have been to Nanjizal but have never seen this cave, must go when I'm in Cornwall this year

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from BBC News

From cromlechs to cairns - ancient burial sites in Wales

Bryn Celli Ddu on Anglesey is one of the finest Late Neolithic passage graves in Wales and is aligned to the midsummer sunrise. Inside is an unusual upright stone, carved with spirals which now resides in National Museum Wales in Cardiff

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