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“The story of the voyage of Nearchus is one of the best-preserved travel accounts from ancient times, largely because the log of the expedition was copied almost word for word by the historian Arrian.”
“Carcassonne, one of Europe's best-preserved fortified towns, once included partridge in its cassoulet, but these days most versions use duck instead.”
“The small agricultural community at Kerkouane in modern Tunisia is one of the best-preserved Carthaginian sites, although it was so obscure a settlement that it is not mentioned in any of our sources.”
“We were searching for the city's fabled Jewish Quarter, one of the oldest and best-preserved in Europe.”
“We adventured in Cienfuegos, which is renowned for its Cuban architectural achievement and in Trinidad, which is the best-preserved colonial city in Cuba, just to name a few.”
“But there are mouldings and carvings wherever you look, and the medieval glass is some of the best-preserved in England.”
“Today, they have emerged again atop a desert hill more than a kilometer half a mile from the surf, where researchers have begun to unearth one of the world's best-preserved graveyards of prehistoric whales.”
“Experts say the newly-found tracks are the best-preserved collection of polar dinosaur footprints ever found in the southern hemisphere.”
“If you want to buy the world's best-preserved Stradivari violin, this is your opportunity," he said.”
“Evidence from tests on 80 skeletons of young men found in Yorkshire gardens points to world's best-preserved gladiator graveyard, archaeologists say”
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