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The famous street (whose signage has sadly been stolen many a time) that inspired the Beatles' 1967 classic song. John's childhood home was near here, and he and Paul used to regularly meet up at the Penny Lane junction to head into town when they were just young lads - long before rock'n'roll stardom.

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The Year in Books: Our 2013 Must Reads

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London, England (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

This is New Row, an enchanted place off St Martin’s Lane in London. You can get to New Row via King Street from the Covent Garden piazza, after crossing Garrick. New Row ends at St Martin’s as you see here; and the architecture of the old theaters in this area is fantastically fabulous.

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Ireland’s Gate to Hell: Oweynagat (The Cave of Cats) At the end of a country lane in Ireland is Oweynagat, the Cave of the Cats, an entrance to another world. That world is full of werewolves and other monstrous creatures including terrifying cats, rampaging pigs and malevolent birds. Described in medieval texts as the “hell-mouth of Ireland”, this is one of the most important sites in Celtic mythology but one of the least visited. Located on a privately owned farm full of brambles and...

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