1914 – todayCategory
Strolling through the beautiful cloisters and courtyard of the Certosa di Pavia you can still feel the slow passing of monks’ life, who have inhabited those spaces for centuries…and passing by one of the countless wooden doors you will discover the Certosa’s secrets.
Visiting these three different Company Towns in Italy, you’ll discover the functional city, between work and welfare.
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?
The industrial, material and immaterial heritage of the city of Villajoyosa is undoubtedly a potential driving force to further development of tourism experiences near the Alicante and Valencia regions.
What if, strolling along the seaside, you found a seaplane nestled on the sand? These bizarre shaped buildings are the former summer camps from the Fascist period, masterpieces of Italian Rationalist architecture. Almost a forgotten story, now ready to be rediscovered…
Lausanne is the Olympic Capital and received this January the 2020 Youth Olympic Games.
After many years away from the spotlight, the Bauhaus movement is finally receiving some much-deserved attention in its birthplace, the city of Weimar.
Stories of innovation and inspiration to revitalize heritage. Apolda – a little-forgotten town in Thuringia, Germany, awaits its visitors.
I visited Rijeka (and Croatia) for the first time 3 years ago. I was surprised by two characteristics of the city…
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One of Europe’s Last Living Company Towns
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The most striking feature about industrial heritage is the coexistence of contrasts and contradic…