Personal stories about heritage studies in Lithuania
Let’s answer the question we’ve all asked ourselves at some point in our lives. Allons-y!
Intangible Heritage is, many times, hard to find still in use. In Asturias (Spain) it is really present when the festivities happen.
Stortorget, the oldest historic town square situated in Gamla Stan in Stockholm is one of the places known for it’s picturesque beauty by the tourists. But does anyone know the dark history of the square…
Milan. Leonardo’s Last Supper hit by the bombs of the Second World War, the incredible restoration that lasted 20 years. Could there be a better way to narrate those moments than through the camera of who were present immortalizing them for us?
The oracle of the speaking snake Glycon flourished in ancient Asia Minor. Although it enjoyed lasting popularity, dissident voices arose.
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.
The towering bunkers of Volkspark Humboldthain are a glaring reminder of Berlin’s war-ridden past, but these landscaped lawns pose a fine balance between beauty and beastly.
Three case studies of reexamining what and whom our statues represent in the light of the Black Lives Matter protests. The first chapter of our two-piece series on reconsidering the meaning of European heritage.
A personal experience of the Camino de Santiago… till Finisterra