This beautiful religious complex on the side of a cliff is one of France’s most popular sites – but how did Rocamadour come to be?
There are plenty of weird things you can discover on a roadtrip through the US. In Tennessee, the enormous tree house build for God is a good example.
He was the man that most Germans believe changed the world more than 500 years ago. The memorials to Martin Luther explain why…
The church doesn’t recognise her, but millions of people worship Difunta Correa as the patron saint of travellers. You can tell by the roadside shrines.
The Jesuit Block in the Argentinian city of Cordoba represents a seminal time in history as European and native cultures were brought together.
The nuns at the Sao Pedro Monastery in the Portuguese town of Arouca all took a vow of silence. Today you can see what their lives would have been like.
Koyasan is one of the World Heritage Sites on the Kii Mountain Range of Japan. For the pilgrims a thousand years ago, it was a welcome sanctuary.
Although Nikko is a World Heritage quality collection of temples and shrines, it’s three particular monkeys who steal the show.