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Many of Agatha Christie's novels were set in quaint English villages but her characters travelled the world too

Photo Credit: Teja Lele

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By Team Lounge
Published Sep 15, 2023

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The International Agatha Christie Festival, held every September in the UK, celebrates her life and legacy in her birthplace, Torquay

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Photo Credit: Teja Lele

Visit her home, Greenway, where she set her books, 'Five Little Pigs', 'Dead Man’s Folly', and 'Ordeal by Innocence'

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Christie loved Torquay, known as the English Riviera, but was also an avid traveller and visited Africa, North America, Asia and Australia

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Don't miss the Princess Gardens, which find mention in 'The ABC Murders'

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Christie travelled extensively with her husband Max Mallowan, and his archaeological digs inspired books such as 'Appointment with Death' 

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The original Orient Express no longer runs but you can travel a truncated route on the Venice Simplon Orient Express

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So pack a copy of Agatha Christie's mysteries and set out on adventures of your own 

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