Flowers and trees are part of the human history, and many times they influenced us more than we know.
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...
Virtual Heritage: Responding to COVID-19
What does cultural heritage look like without travel?
The Museum of the Certosa di Pavia
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.
Berat: city of one thousand and one windows
Berat remains today as the most iconic historical town in Albania. This city is a living testimony of the coexistence of various cultural and religious communities down the centuries.
Three Company Towns to Discover in Northern Italy
Visiting these three different Company Towns in Italy, you'll discover the functional city, between work and welfare.
Who Discovers the Heritage?
Ever wonder what happens in an archaeological excavation? Take a look in this diary to know more.
Tracing Jewish Roots in Poland’s Capital
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?
Stone Age 101
We are looking through a keyhole back into the history
Moria of Germany: Freiberg, culture and identity
Freiberg is one of the best cities serving as a real example of how heritage can shape a town’s image and, surely, its people..