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Muslims at the Citadel, Cairo. (Photograph by Meagan Evans, My Shot)

The (New + Improved) Radar: Now Every Wednesday

For those of you who are paying attention, we’re switching it up. A more robust Radar — the best of the travel blogosphere (don’t you hate that word?) — will now be a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.

You can play, too. Simply follow us on Twitter @NatGeoTraveler and tag your favorite travel stories from the web #ngtradar to help us find the crème de la crème. Here’s this week’s:

  • The revolutionary turmoil in Egypt has some would-be tourists rethinking their plans. Hear one writer’s take on why traveling to Egypt is more important than ever. [Matador]
  • Picture yourself waking up in the rugged terrain of Zimbabwe surrounded by exotic wildlife. Think it’s impossible? Do Zimbabwe the right way: stay at a game reserve. [Landlopers]
  • There’s something special about autumn –the crisp morning air, and changing leaves. Here’s a reader-chosen list of cities around the world that are sure to give fall fanatics something to talk about. [Guardian]
  • With roots dating back more than 500 years and serious Viking cred, Uppsala, Sweden is one university town that any history buff should add to their bucket list. [Gadling]
  • Not sure what to think about the Everglades? See if this blogger can’t convince you that this is one national park you should see for yourself. (He describes the islands as “lush, tropical, and foreboding.” Top that.) [Wild Junket]