Step into a metaphorical house of horrors as we explore the history of witches in Europe.
Who invented time?
Let's answer the question we've all asked ourselves at some point in our lives. Allons-y!
Intangible Heritage is Our Party Gown
Intangible Heritage is, many times, hard to find still in use. In Asturias (Spain) it is really present when the festivities happen.
Virtual Heritage: Responding to COVID-19
What does cultural heritage look like without travel?
Norwegian Folklore and the Art of Bringing Legends to Life in the Norwegian Landscape
The Norwegian landscape is filled with stories of mythical creatures and fairy tales. These stories are now available to explore through the storytelling app Hidden.
The Darkness Before the Dawn
Ever wondered where your favourite Christmas decorations are from?
Why we need to share the idea of European Cultural Heritage
Brainstorming for European elections and European Cultural Heritage
Villa Smeraldi, the Peasant and Farming Culture Museum
Today, Bologna and the Emilia Plain is one of the most modern, advanced and industrialized areas in Italy. But the region’s roots are agricultural, a kind of work that has mostly disappeared in the everyday life of the most people. However, no less than fifty years ago it was the base of the economy and...
The Naumburg Cathedral vs. the Yellow Phone Booth.
The central question of this article is ‘What do we define as heritage'. In some cases heritage is quite clear but in many others there is room for doubt. In this article we present you the case of the Naumburg Cathedral and the Yellow Phone booth.
Europa Nostra Awards 2017: Il Cartastorie, storytelling in the archives
ilCartastorie is the museum of the Historical Archive of the Banco di Napoli. It is an innovative project of enhancement and knowledge of the biggest bank archive in the world: it collects the documents of the public banks of Naples since 1573 until today. It represents a unique historical source for retracing the social and economic development in...