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A definitive guide to the biggest eyesores in Europe
Our audience told us about the buildings, monuments and designs they most passionately hate across the continent.
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This upside down house is Romania's newest tourist attraction
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Residents of Bucharest’s crumbling buildings live in fear of earthquake threat
Bucharest is the EU capital that is most at risk from earthquakes, many seismologists believe. And with hundreds of vulnerable old buildings suffering from decades of neglect, many residents of the Romanian capital are living in fear for their lives.
China’s European ghost towns: The tourism trend that went wrong
Over the years, China has taken to recreating some famous European towns and cities to attract tourists. But does it work? We find out.
The world's biggest single-site solar park and what it can do
It’s the world’s largest single-site solar park, equipped with millions of photovoltaic panels capable of converting the sun’s rays to about 1000 MegaWatts hourly. Check out the Mohammed Bin Rashid Solar Park in Dubai.
Ancient city uncovered in Egypt
Egyptian archeologists have unearthed a three thousand year-old lost city complete with mud brick houses, artifacts and tools from the times of the pharaohs.
A guide to the best hotels in Tulum and Valladolid in Mexico
From pastel-coloured shopfronts in Valladolid to the Aztec design of Tulum, this area is a dream destination for fans of architecture and design.
London pub restored after being reduced to rubble by developers
The Carlton Tavern was one of the few buildings in this stretch of London that survived the blitz.
Plans for the first sustainable city on Mars unveiled
The vertical city has homes, offices and green spaces and construction is due to start in 2054.
These are Europe's most interesting and beautiful metro stations
Transport hubs, art galleries, design studios. Subway stations in Europe are more than just about getting people from A to B - they're also major tourist attractions.
5 'European' towns and villages that aren’t in Europe
We take a look at some global destinations with a noticeably European influence.
This 139-year-old house was wheeled through San Francisco
The Englander House moved six blocks in six hours with thousands watching the extraordinary process.
This library is paving the way to lower carbon architecture
The design of the Thabo Mbeki Presidential Library is based on a 2,000-year-old building technique.
Take a look inside the school bus converted into a tiny home
A virtual tour of this sustainable home on wheels, kitted out with recycled materials and powered by solar energy.
Animal footprints found on Florence's medieval cathedral roof
Rather than intrepid animals scaling the building to walk on the roof, it seems the creatures walked across the terracottas when they were originally made.
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This architect builds schools in Senegal using upcycled materials
She also founded a charity which teaches local people to build their own houses from upcycled materials.