When the Zollverein Coal Mine was started, architects tried to make this industrial hole look beautiful. Since its closure, that dream has continued.
These mines in central Germany were used continuously for more than 1000 years! So what’s it like to go inside the tunnels of Rammelsberg today?
The tea industry in Sri Lanka is more than just a critical part of the economy. It also gives a lifestyle – and a home – to thousands of people.
This magnificent area in the Germany city of Hamburg is the world’s largest warehouse district and was recently added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
When you think of Budweiser, you probably think of the US beer. But in this Czech city is a beer with the same name that’s caused a century of lawsuits!
In Belgium’s Wallonia region, the coal mines may have shut but their legacy lives on. Go underground – and see how life was for families on the surface.
In remote Australia, there’s a town where fortunes are made and lost. People live and work underground in one of the toughest places in the country.
The old Italian company town of Crespi d’Adda reveals a time in history when employees cared about the welfare of their workers and families.
Above ground, the English city of Newcastle is changing. The symbols of industry have shifted from the practical to the nostalgic.