It looks more like the set of a horror movie than the majestic hotel and casino it was intended to be. Now there's a push to save it.
Idlib antiquities museum reopens after 5 years
In all its glory: Santiago de Compostela unveils newly restored Portico de la Gloria
French and Belgian WWI memorial sites bid for UNESCO World Heritage status
A critically acclaimed painter and sculptor, Kalidou Kasse has been debunking the myth of the starving African artist for years, by showcasing his versatile work at home in Senegal, and abroad.
Castles one thing that springs to mind when one thinks of Scotland but now some of the jewels in the country's crown are being threatened by global warming.
More than 6,000 people stepped in to save the under-threat 13th century château from crumbling away.
Jewelry and Watches
Jewellery inspired by the battle field of World War I exhibited throughout Europe
It's stood for five-thousand years but the modern world around Stonehenge is now imposing change. The main roads leading to the British site are clogged daily with thousands of commuters and tourists
Over 20,000 people were left drenched in red pulp after throwing 160 tonnes of over-ripe tomatoes at each other in an epic food fight known as 'La Tomatina'.
One of London’s most familiar tourist attractions has fallen silent ahead of a major repair programme.
Big Ben, which looks down on the
The World Heritage Committee, meeting in Krakow named three new sites and added two extensions to UNESCO’s World Heritage list
Places in Brazil
UNESCO considers German caves containing world's oldest art for Cultural Heritage status
In the south of Ardèche, France, euronews meets Japan's Akuzawa Minoru to learn about Aunkai Bujutsu, a newly created martial art.
The Georgian National Ballet “Sukhishvili” began as a family enterprise, has survived communist oppression, the Cold War, the break-up of the Soviet Union and has grown into an internationally renowne