No history of Sri Lanka is complete without looking at the influence of the Europeans. The walls of the Old Town of Galle represent it so perfectly.
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!
You hear a lot of rumours about history as a tourist. But is this one about the Ponte Vecchio in Florence true? Did Hitler really save it?
The Rietveld Schroder House in Utrecht was ahead of its time by many decades. What the architect did with this space is quite remarkable!
The Pilgrimage Church of Saint John of Nepomuk has a very special design for a man who is legendary in this part of Europe.
The Bauhaus style has influenced architecture and design for almost a century… but it was in these German cities that the movement found its feet.
These beautiful castles not far from Cologne are the first examples of Rococo architecture in Europe and are definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Under the streets of Istanbul, an enormous vault – held up by hundreds of columns, with minimal lighting and shallow water – reminds you of a serpent!
The latest World Heritage Site in the Netherlands is a perfect example of modernist architecture that has stood the test of time.