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‘Beautiful buildings wherever you look’: Germany’s best towns and villages, by readers

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We arrived in Görlitz, Germany’s most easterly town, to find it packed with peasants swilling beer from pewter mugs and devouring sausages to a background of drums and pipes. It was the annual medieval festival, and t...

Beautiful obsession: a 20-year mission in waters of Lake Tanganyika

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Lake Tanganyika is the world’s longest freshwater lake. It stretches for more than 400 miles across central Africa and provides a home for some of the planet’s most extraordinary aquatic creatures. But this remarkable...

The Green Knight review – Dev Patel rides high on sublimely beautiful quest

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Christ’s sacrifice and the erotic death-wish of earthly glory: these are the components of this freaky folk horror from writer-director David Lowery, a mysterious and sensationally beautiful film inspired by the 14th-...

Nao: And Then Life Was Beautiful review – joy and hope amid the pandemic

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No sooner had lockdown begun than the musical responses came. Over the last 18 mesi, we’ve had everything from heartstring-tugging fundraising tributes to essential workers, to Eminem dutifully comparing himself to ...

Sally Rooney’s Beautiful World, Where Are You tops UK book charts

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Sally Rooney’s Beautiful World, Where Are You has shot to the top of the UK’s book charts, selling more than 40,000 copies in just five days. The novel had been highly anticipated, con 50 shops around the UK opening ...

Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney review – author of her own discontent

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Even in these accelerated times it seems bewildering: was it really only four years ago that Sally Rooney made her debut? The ecstatic welcome given to Conversations With Friends, a deadpan comedy of arty Dublin mille...

The Power of the Dog review – Campion and Cumberbatch’s beautiful, brawny western

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Jane Campion comes to Venice with The Power of the Dog, a potent wild west tale featuring cowboys and horses and big bad wolves who walk upon their hind legs. It’s the director’s first feature since 2009’s Bright Star...

‘A beautiful moment’: Paralympic cyclist lauded after slowing to will on another rider

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Stuart Jones had every reason to be frustrated. After suffering a slipped chain on the final straight and missing a medal in Tuesday’s T1-2 time-trial, two days later the 52-year-old found himself in ninth and way off...

Beautiful World, Where Are You by Sally Rooney – the problem of success

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There has been such a lot of noise around Sally Rooney’s work, such an amount of fervour and possibly manufactured division. “The cult of Sally Rooney,” says one headline. “Why do so many people hate Sally Rooney?” as...

How John Cage, the great disrupter, had the last laughby writing beautiful music

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In the summer of 1990 John Cage gave a lecture at the International New Music gathering in Darmstadt, Germany, and effectively admitted defeat. The then 76-year-old US composer announced that his philosophical ideas o...

This Beautiful Future review – beguiling drama of young war-torn love

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Rita Kalnejais’s 2017 play This Beautiful Future tracks the evolution of two teenagers falling in love. Elodie is French and Otto is German. They meet secretly inside an abandoned room left by a Jewish family towards ...

Come ci siamo conosciuti: ‘I couldn’t hear a word she was saying – but she was phenomenally beautiful’

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Nel 2018, Anita was enjoying life in Boston while waiting to hear whether she had been accepted into medical school. On Halloween, she went out for drinks. “My friend started talking to someone, but I wasn’t interested...

Wales’ eerily beautiful slate quarries are getting the recognition they deserve

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“The slate quarries are beautiful,” a friend told me, having returned from a holiday in Gwynedd, where I grew up. “They are not so beautiful when your ancestors died in them,” I said, half-joking just to see her face....

Reset review – beautiful footage of extreme-sports thrill-seekers

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Here’s an extreme sports documentary from Thierry Donard, who on account of his stunning photography has apparently been dubbed “the Fellini of adventure film-making”. True to his reputation, Reset combines some aston...

‘It’s just like the Caribbean’: readers on eight beautiful, tranquil British beaches

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This is a beautiful beach, about two miles south of Llangrannog on the Ceredigion coast. The walk from the car park at Traeth Penbryn, along the Ceredigion coastal path, is a glorious day out in itself, and once down ...

‘Death in Venice screwed up my life’ – the tragic story of Visconti’s ‘beautiful boy’

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Björn Andrésen was just 15 when he walked straight into the lion’s den, being cast as Tadzio, the sailor-suited object of desire in Luchino Visconti’s film Death in Venice. Its release in 1971 made him not merely a st...

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