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.
It’s huge. It’s detailed. It’s made of salt and it’s under the ground in Poland. There’s something quite special about a visit to the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Völklingen Ironworks was the first industrial site added to the World Heritage List. It played a huge part in development of Germany in the 20th century.
The Tomioka Silk Mill was critical to Japan’s entry into the world of globalisation and modernisation. So why hasn’t it been recognised internationally?
Above ground, the English city of Newcastle is changing. The symbols of industry have shifted from the practical to the nostalgic.
Portugal: The Paper Museum in Santa Maria da Feira gives visitors a unique understanding of an industry that supported the region for centuries.
The envelopes and cards with the winners’ names are an important part of the Oscars ceremony. Did you realise they come from a small Bavarian town?
One of the most important industries for Mongolia is cashmere. But is demand for the wool causing permanent damage to the country?
For centuries, Osaka Bay has been the Gateway to Japan. Now it has become one of the most interesting areas for tourists to discover.