The phrase Bulgarian, heroes! accompanies every sporting event that Bulgaria takes part in, and is well known to every proud Bulgarian.
When most people think of September, thoughts of crisp autumn days and children returning to school come to mind. However, for Jews around the world, the beginning of autumn is also the time of the Jewish New Year (or Rosh Hashanna in Hebrew) – this year
For centuries, people have been visiting a simple wooden home where Peter the Great stayed.
Extending 36 kilometres along the Danube, the Wachau is a landscape of stunning scenery.
The medieval archaeological heritage of eastern Andalusia boasts a range of highly valuable artistic, historical and touristic movable and immovable goods.
Read about a Welsh minister and his circulating schools - best known for spreading literacy.
Polish Jewish migrant Tuschinski established several cinemas in the Netherlands
The story behind a viral photograph of Swedish artist Einar Bager painting naked
Perspective panorama were popular in the 18th century, the forerunners of visual entertainment tools
Discover seven places across Europe which are nicknamed Venice
Histories behind students' educations in other countries
There are more than 900 botanical gardens in Europe.
Brian Eno's Music for Airports not only became a starting point for the ambient music genre, but was also at the vanguard of another trend: that of increasingly integrating art in the airport landscape.
A short history of working as a waiter in restaurants
Discover culture and nature through alternative travel experiences.
Exploring public art in Ireland's capital city
The “Republic of Letters” was established in Italy with the first humanists. Their abundant correspondence, which included letters that were both personal and intellectual, continued to the Enlightenment.
Temporary triumphal arches adorned Lisbon to mark the occasion
Henri Cassiers' artworks promoted tourist locations in Belgium and the Netherlands.