Hidden voices in the American story – Scottish influences on the birth of the US
Bruges, more than you can see
Bruges, in Belgium, has been a touristic town for more than a century. But under all the picturesque streets, the canals, beer breweries and other touristic attractions, lies a city with a rich history. A heritage that lives in every corner of this city. With three UNESCO listings, one can’t stop asking, what is so special about Bruges?
Requiem for a City
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...