Art is everywhere, even in the trenches. From time immemorial the human primordial needs creation, using all his creative potential, knowledge and skill to express himself through some form of visual art. Man’s designs can be found and seen everywhere. Even in the most unexpected places and time, where our common sense tells us they do not belong, as in times of sickness, conflict, and war. One proof of the previous...
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
Oskar Schlemmer: The Teacher Who Made Designers Dance
This article is dedicated to the German artist and teacher Oscar Schlemmer and his bright ideas on how to explore space and our own body through performative practises.
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?
The Boboli Obelisk – A Monument in Motion
The movement of an ancient Egyptian obelisk through space and time bears witness to the mobility and cultural role of architectural monuments.
While in lockdown we need to find new ways to discover and enjoy the heritage around us. Investigating the story of our cities is a nice way of doing so
Cottbus: A Small Historic Town in Germany
The article talks about the heritage trail of the small town of Cottbus in Germany.
Hanging on the Wall
In the city of Leiden the walls of the buildings are part of the heritage of the city. And not only because the buildings but because what is painted on them.