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A look ahead at hidden europe 32 which will be published on 19 November 2010.

Even well known parts of Europe have their hidden corners. Many tourists pass through Schaffhausen in Switzerland to visit the nearby Rhine Falls, and yet the town itself remains little known. So we shall report from Schaffhausen in the next issue of hidden europe. That next issue will also include a feature on our home city of Berlin. Writing about places you know well is never easy, and that may explain why we have never once had a full length feature on the city. It is time to take the plunge. hidden europe 32 will also feature Zemun in Serbia. The issue will be published on 19 November 2010.

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