In the buildings of Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, you can still see the legacy of the Soviet Union’s control of this city.
The Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk has a very special design for a man who is legendary in this part of Europe.
This icon of modernist architecture is open to the public – but it’s not quite that simple. This is what happened when I tried to see it.
This small village of just 23 homes has been listed as a World Heritage Site because of its historical importance. I visit Holasovice to find out why.
This crazy house in the Vietnamese city of Dalat is like walking into a Salvador Dali artwork. Not only can you visit it – you can also sleep here!
These four houses in the Belgian capital of Brussels have been included on the World Heritage List – but does that mean you can see them?
UNESCO has decided what the new World Heritage Sites this year will be. It’s an interesting list – including one that I’m going to claim straight away!
It’s listed as a World Heritage Site, an example of influential architecture in Europe. That should mean you could see Stoclet House in Brussels, right?
It’s empty when I go inside. But here at the Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne, Australia’s history is on glorious display!