The Byzantine monasteries of Greece have been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The easiest to visit is the Daphni Monastery in outer Athens.
A theme park dedicated to the stories of Jesus isn’t something you would expect in Buenos Aires. But it’s attracting more than just families.
The Czech city of Třebíč shows the worst of European policies but the best of humanity, with two religions side by side
When a wooden statue of Jesus was apparently seen weeping tears in the 18th century, a grand church was needed to house the icon for the pilgrims that descended.
Although it was built 500 years ago, the Ben Youssef Madrasa has hardly changed. Once the largest Islamic school in North Africa, it’s now a must visit!
Kyoto is the historical and cultural hub of Japan. With thousands of temples and shrines, it can take days and days to explore properly.
Built with a fortune and sustained for centuries by rich European families, this Peruvian monastery was far from the ideals of what it was supposed to represent.
One of the best places to see the cultural side of Bangkok is Wat Pho. The temple complex is huge with lots to explore, including the reclining Buddha.
Through their design and decoration, Lisbon’s churches tell the story of Portugal’s history over the centuries.