The mural paintings on the wall resemble Giotto’s work.
Part of Hadrian’s Wall to be rebuilt and popular national trail enhanced; Catherine Priestley; Northern Echo
WORK to repair part of Hardrian’s Wall and enhance the popular walking route alongside it will begin next year.
Gujarat is a colourful state with a golden history and rich culture. It was once ruled by some noted rulers, thus the state is home for some incredible forts and palaces. The rulers are gone but the forts and palaces built by them are a testimony to those times. Take a look at some of the most prominent forts in Gujarat that you cannot afford to miss!
UNESCO world heritage site Taj Mahal and several other historical monuments, museums and sites across India will be reopened to the public from Wednesday after a closure of nearly two months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to an order of the Archaeological Survey of India today.
Limestone, the raw material for many iconic monuments and cultural treasures, is facing damage through climate change and air pollution.
In Delphi, you can stand upon the slopes of Mount Parnassus and marvel at the place where the Pythia made her predictions.
Ten countries, 10 national parks: Now’s the time to disappear off the grid and lose yourself in the great outdoors.
In this travel guide, LLM takes a look at the Emerald Isle’s must-visit destinations and why you should visit Ireland in 2021.
Sudan’s ‘forgotten’ pyramids risk being buried by shifting sand dunes; Ahmed Mutasim Abdalla Mahmoud; The Conversation
Desertification and climate change are threatening ancient sites in the Sahara.
A plan to construct seven dams in one of mainland Southeast Asia’s last intact forest systems could cause widespread habitat loss and sever important wildlife corridors, activists warn. The Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai (DPKY) Forest Complex is a vast and biodiverse region that spans six provinces in eastern Thailand. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005 for its exceptional biodiversity but is perhaps better known as the home of one of Thailand’s two remaining breeding populations of Indochinese tigers (Panthera tigris corbetti).
15 Incredible Places to Visit in Armenia Plus, Stay, Eat, Play; Vic Gerami; The Armenian Mirror-Spectator
Armenia is one of the fascinating places in the world. An underrated nation for decades, until recently when European tourists found out about its rich millennias-old history, ancient monuments, majestic countryside, the lush highlands, and much more. Vic Gerami just came back from Armenia. It was his third time there and the most memorable.
If you have not seen the pre-historic rock paintings of Bhimbetka in Madhya Pradesh, here is a chance to see them right from the comforts of your home.
Whether you are looking to see the ancient ruins or relax on the best beaches of the Greek islands, there is a Greek island for everyone.
Seven wonders of the UK and one of them isn’t that far from Liverpool; Bethan Shufflebotham; Liverpool Echo
Ranking number 6 on Bloomberg’s list of ‘new’ Seven World Wonders is San Agustin in Colombia with ancient pre-Colombian burial structures.
Socotra Island has been variously described as ‘The Galapagos of the Middle East’ and ‘The Jewel of Arabia.’ This Yemeni UNESCO World Heritage Site is the largest of four islands in the Socotra Archipelago, situated east of the Horn of Africa in the Arabian Sea. The unspoiled, alien-like landscape of the island has intrigued travelers and scientists alike for decades.
France offers world-class art and architecture, Renaissance châteaux, and iconic landmarks alongside phenomenal cuisine, a vast coastline, and Alpine glaciers.
A 150-page heritage education document set, compiled by historians and cultural researchers from Hoi An City’s center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation, will be included in the curriculum for students at primary schools in Hoii An from the 2021-22 academic year.