Finland’s largest open-air museum transports visitors to another time and place without ever leaving the capital.
Author: Lindsay Taylor
British pubs are a key part of local and national heritage, but thousands are forced to close their doors each year.
In the course of its 800-year history, many brilliant queer people have passed through Cambridge. What evidence can be seen of their impact?
The Tasuleasa Social Association offers a new way to appreciate Romania's natural beauty.
What does cultural heritage look like without travel?
For centuries, Poland's Jewish community was a vital part of the cultural landscape. Seventy years after the Holocaust, what's left to be seen?
Berlin's main public transportation company wants to become World Heritage. Do they stand a chance?
Ever wondered where your favourite Christmas decorations are from?