Kind of a narrative about the city of Monastir or today known as Bitola in N. Macedonia and the city museum.
The Revolution of Regulation
From an oral tradition of the Middle Ages to the establishment of the first-ever system of mining laws. The miners of the Saxon Ore Mountains paved the way for a whole mining community that exceeded the borders.
The Secret Behind the Blue Colour of Schneeberg
Co-author Gözde Yildiz The fascinating history of the blue pigment in the Ore Mountains is quite mysterious. Hence, all we knew at first was how we felt when we first saw the flashing blue colour hidden in the blue factory’s storage! We loved the moment we opened the box, and the blue colour was the...
Of Tress and Their Keepers. Discovering the Complex Heritage of Belvedere Park￼
Belvedere Castle, the Baroque French-style summer residence of Duke Ernst August of Saxe-Weimar and his successors, was built over a period of twenty years in the early to mid-18th-century. Today the Castle-complex, its parks and gardens, form part of the UNESCO World Heritage site “Classical Weimar” and is managed by the Klassik Stiftung Weimar (Weimar Classical Foundation).
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...
Historical Landscape in and Around Schneeberg (What We See if We Get To Know the Mining History of Erzgebirge)
When a stranger arrives in the region of Schneeberg, they will observe the picturesque surrounding and see some unexpected things in the landscape. What seems to be a natural part of the scenery is not always the case!
Danube at Its Deepest
Embark on a boat trip to discover some of Danube's treasurea as it enters Romania
HATTUSA, in the steps of the ancient kings
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.
Raised Granaries – “L’Horru”
In the northern Spanish region of Asturias they have some raised granaries that are more than simple granaries
Unearthing Cambridge’s Queer Heritage
In the course of its 800-year history, many brilliant queer people have passed through Cambridge. What evidence can be seen of their impact?