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Time on or near the front lines shaped these authors' lives and work.
By John Tuttle
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The 13th-century village Fabbriche di Careggine has been underwater since 1946.
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The National Park Service celebrates National Park Week.
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These 10 facts illuminate the reasons behind our day off in September.
Decaying buildings, sand-swept streets, and a sense of suspended time make these towns well worth a visit.