In the buildings of Kyrgyzstan’s capital, Bishkek, you can still see the legacy of the Soviet Union’s control of this city.
The castle in the Luxembourg town of Vianden is one of the most iconic buildings in the country. It has now been restored to its impressive former glory.
The first town to be formed in Luxembourg was here at Echternach, after an abbey was constructed in the year 700. It’s a great place to see some history.
Luxembourg, the capital of Luxembourg, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s also a beautiful place to visit, off the typical tourist trail of West Europe.
Cut off from the rest of Japan by large mountains, the residents of Shirakawa-go developed a unique way to build their village and survive the winters.
The Krumbach bus stops are more than just somewhere to wait. These shelters in the Austrian village are each a unique piece of art.
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!
When Napoleon’s family was forced to flee France and find refuge, it ended up here. What was created is just as beautiful today.
The French city of Le Havre has been completely rebuilt out of concrete since the Second World War. It creates a strange effect – but a beautiful one you have to see for yourself.