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(3 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year DANTE is an international magazine covering life and style, arts, culture and more. Editorially driven, nonpartisan, and independent of any other media group or interest, DANTE is packed with features, helping you to identify trends and names of the future, and covering topics before the competition. Published every two months, each essential issue of DANTE will illuminate and inspire.

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Dante  |  DANTE Apr-May 2017  


This is our Spring issue, with the theme breaking out all over our pages.
Our starting point is the impact of the “Arab Spring” five years on. That wave of protests and uprisings spread like wildfire across the Middle East. We focus in on its beginnings in Tunisia.

The most famous Miss Tunisia, Wahiba Arres, is our cover star in another illustration created by an artist exclusively for Dante. She is portrayed by Mataro da Vergato, like Flora the Roman goddess, surrounded by flowers which led to the uprising becoming known as the Jasmine Revolution. Wahiba is our guide to a country still evolving after that momentous rebellion. We ask: What happens next? Now that women again have an option, what are they saying about wearing headscarves or not? How has tradition met with reform? And especially, how is this beautiful country faring after the tourist resort mass shooting in June 2015? This ended with 38 people being killed, 30 of them British.

Many European countries have now dropped travel advisories on those wanting to visit Tunisia – except for Britain. That hasn’t stopped a fair few Britons making the trip, ignoring the “ban” and a lack of insurance.
They will discover a country now known for uncrowded beaches and reasonable prices. Tunisia highly recommends itself to those prepared to make the journey.
DANTE is an international magazine covering life and style, arts, culture and more. Editorially driven, nonpartisan, and independent of any other media group or interest, DANTE is packed with features, helping you to identify trends and names of the future, and covering topics before the competition. Published every two months, each essential issue of DANTE will illuminate and inspire.
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  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Dante magazine subscription.

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3 Customer Reviews
   Like The Economist for people with style Reviewed Wednesday, 16 March 2016
Like The Economist for people with style. Good range of topics and easy to flick through - very nice!
   A great magazine Reviewed Wednesday, 16 March 2016
A great magazine – not about a poet of the past but a clever look into the future with informed predictions on just about everything. The app does it justice too.
   The best all life and all style mag! Reviewed Tuesday, 15 March 2016 SUBSCRIBER
As an Italian who now lives in the UK,
having Dante magazine as an app
allows me to read topics that won’t get
a look-in in other magazines.
I can also keep in touch with global trends
and names of the future.
It is really smooth and easy to get around,
with good interactive elements.
I love the consistently well written
features by respected journalists.
The app covers loads of sections from
Art, Culture, Film, Travel and more…
So I never miss out on anything!
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Dante   |   DANTE Apr-May 2017   


This is our Spring issue, with the theme breaking out all over our pages.
Our starting point is the impact of the “Arab Spring” five years on. That wave of protests and uprisings spread like wildfire across the Middle East. We focus in on its beginnings in Tunisia.

The most famous Miss Tunisia, Wahiba Arres, is our cover star in another illustration created by an artist exclusively for Dante. She is portrayed by Mataro da Vergato, like Flora the Roman goddess, surrounded by flowers which led to the uprising becoming known as the Jasmine Revolution. Wahiba is our guide to a country still evolving after that momentous rebellion. We ask: What happens next? Now that women again have an option, what are they saying about wearing headscarves or not? How has tradition met with reform? And especially, how is this beautiful country faring after the tourist resort mass shooting in June 2015? This ended with 38 people being killed, 30 of them British.

Many European countries have now dropped travel advisories on those wanting to visit Tunisia – except for Britain. That hasn’t stopped a fair few Britons making the trip, ignoring the “ban” and a lack of insurance.
They will discover a country now known for uncrowded beaches and reasonable prices. Tunisia highly recommends itself to those prepared to make the journey.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Dante magazine print subscription.
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