Let me tell you a story about a seemingly ordinary village in the Macedonian hills near the city of Bitola. The name of that village is Bukovo which comes from the word “Buka” (meaning: Beech) named for the Beech forest cradling the village high on Baba Mountain. Bukovo is located in close proximity to the ancient city of Heraclea Lyncestis, founded by...
When we think in the south of Spain, normally we think in Andalusia or the Arabic heritage. But the Mediterranean also have remains of the Roman and cartagines times. A good example of this is the city of Cartagena, Cartago nova.
The tall tower of a villa in the very west of the Roman empire shows the splendour of Roman villa culture in Lusitania.
Walking through the city, going to work, crossing the city centre to go to an appointment, shopping… These are regular routine tasks that we all do in the region where we live. But imagine if, for almost a week, this dynamic is modified and every time you leave your house you find people dressed in...
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!
How a Gold Blossom Myrtle Wreath from Northern Greece is involved in the greatest scandal of the art world? A powerful story that breaks down the structure of the illegal market of antiquities and exposes the role of famous dealers and important museums in the trafficking.
The winter solstice is the shortest day of the year that must be celebrate as the ancient kings did. The winter solstice was the day of rebirth and Hattusa, the great Hittite capital, tell this story.