Capadoccia, the region that emerged when the soft layers formed by lave and ashes were eroded by rain and wind. These structures' shapes cause one to ask ourselves "How can they stand in such balance?"
The Ore carts in Erzgebirge
Interactive objects of industrial heritage for self-connection Public places have been considered as places of interaction and exchange in numerous socio-cultural studies, and people have used them as their cultural repertoires. The reciprocal relationship between the public places and the people may influence the image of a place and sense of community by adding different...
Decoding the Landscape: The Ore Mountains and Porosity
I have seen many industrial landscapes; they always impress me with their man-made characteristics and their adaptability throughout time. However, the term ‘porosity’ as a description of such landscapes has never come to my mind before my trip to Ore Mountains in Germany. I like to tag a city or a place using a descriptive...
What is hidden right across the Acropolis?￼
Unknown to most people, southwest of the Acropolis is the Filopappos Hill, an open to the public place, which holds great history and gives some of the best viewpoints to admire Athens. If you did not know about Filopappos Hill, please follow me!
A Sea of Olive Trees Made up of Millenary Specimens and Dry Stone Walls
Breathe. Breathe again.What’s that smell? It’s the scent of millenary olive trees. Behold a cultural landscapecarefully cared for by generation after generation of farmers in order for everybody tocontinue enjoying their exquisite oils, to our day. An olive oil the color of gold, with asoft scent balanced by the aroma of leaves, leaving an after-taste...
Danube at Its Deepest
Embark on a boat trip to discover some of Danube's treasurea as it enters Romania
Traversing Transylvania: Romania’s new pilgrimage route
The Tasuleasa Social Association offers a new way to appreciate Romania's natural beauty.
What Lies Beneath? A Short History of Brates Lake
Brates Lake seems small today; it attracts the local population for its strand and there is still some fishing going on. When I first saw this lake, its clean-cut shoreline drew my attention and I asked myself why. Read below some findings.
What Lies Beneath
From beautiful castles to crystalline lakes, Slovenia has plenty to offer its visitors. But there's more to the country than meets the eye...
Culture Rooted in Nature: Trees as Cultural Heritage
How has trees affected our relationship to the natural world throughout history?
Learn about the cultural importance of several sacred trees in Scandinavia, Britain and Greece.