Several metres below London’s street level, in a dark, unassuming room, sits a reconstructed temple of the ancient Roman cult of Mithras.
400 iron rungs jut out of a rock face in the Sacred Valley, 90 minutes outside Cusco. At the top sit three transparent capsules, hanging in place against the sheer cliff wall.
Without this spectacular ancient engineering failure, the throngs of tourists that descend on Angkor Wat could now be filing through Koh Ker, marvelling at the Khmer Empire’s architectural feats.
The Aral Sea was once the fourth-largest inland body of water on earth- then everything changed.
As the all-too-familiar parade of uniformed law enforcement enters the hippie commune in Copenhagen, the 40-45 stall owners lining the streets scramble to get their contraband out of site.
On Saturday, June 10th, 1944, time in Oradour-sur-Glane simply stopped passing.
What women are they; warring together before their defenceless king; day after day the dark guard him, but the fair go forth for attack?
Of all the uses of light in religion, perhaps none is more captivating than Nasir al-Mulk mosque in Shiraz, Iran.
In the case of the African elephant, the impact mankind is having on the species is clearly visible.
The National Memorial for Peace and Justice sits on a six-acre site near the Alabama State Capitol, overlooking a former artery of the slave trade, the Alabama River.
For consumers of Black Ivory, the prestige and idiosyncrasy are in the production. It all begins with a herd of elephants in the rich foothills of Northern Thailand.
In 2004, Imsil took its love for cheese to the next level. It opened the Cheese Theme Park.