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The archipelago comprises seven main islands and a smattering of islets that arc gently off the northwest coast of Norway

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A dairy-based route highlights some of the country's most picturesque towns and villages – and its most delicious produce

Picture this: Musée Matisse in Cimiez

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Where to find the master's work if you can't make it to the new London show

Chapelle du Rosaire

Henri Matisse and his Côte of many colours

As an exhibition of Matisse's cut-outs opens in London, Jonathan Lorie goes in search of the inspiration for all that brightness in the towns of Provence

Pretty city: the capital, Torshavn Kimberley Coole

Faroe Islands: Tomorrow’s world out in the Atlantic

This remote, Nordic archipelago is notoriously wild and windswept, but the islanders’ laid-back approach to life casts a spell over Mark Jones

Timeless beauty: Capri has an enduring appeal

Italian islands - the Traveller's Guide to idyllic outposts

Two hundred years ago, a defeated Napoleon was exiled to Elba. Today, it’s a retreat for those in the know, along with scores of other idyllic outposts

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