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Every woman who wears a Rolex has a story. One of passion and adventure. A story of a pioneering spirit who has pushed back the limits of performance. These women epitomize the essence of Rolex since its very beginnings and what the Swiss luxury watchmaker stands for.
An Athens-based writer gives a lowdown on all that the country has to offer.
The last ice age saw herds of human beings journey to different parts of the world including Australia and Africa.
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