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Uzbekistan – The Silk Road And Beyond
Over the course of 1,500 years, the network of trade routes known as the Silk Road brought together people and cultures from across Asia, shaping the course of history.
Culture Re-View: Famous prehistoric art found by dog
On this day in 1940, the entrance to Lascaux Cave in France was discovered, opening up a window into the lives of our forebearers.
Blue plaque scheme could be expanded across England
There are more than 1,000 of the markers in the capital celebrating historic people and places.
Culture Re-View: On this day - The Muppet Show lights up TV screens
On this day in 1976, The Muppet Show premiered, bringing the likes of Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy to a worldwide audience.
Russian schoolchildren to use updated history books as new school year
New history textbooks for high school students have come under fire for alleged bias and distortion of events.
Culture Re-View: The Fab Four (almost) bow out of performing live
On this day in 1966, the Beatles performed in public for the very last time - despite still being at the top of their game.
X-games: Which Italian towns could host the Musk-Zuckerberg showdown?
Italian towns, cities and regions are vying to host the potential fight between Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk.
Italy’s ‘Path of Love’ to reopen after more than a decade
Local authorities are keen to encourage responsible tourism on the route that winds between the Cinque Terre.
Archaeologists dive into Albania's Lake Ohrid to study Neolithic homes
Dating back 8,000 years, the homes built on stilts could be the oldest lakeside settlement ever found in Europe.
Culture Re-View: Sharon Tate murdered by the Manson Family
On this day in 1969, Sharon Tate and four others were killed by followers of cult leader Charles Manson, horrifying Hollywood and the wider world.
Food and Drink
International Beer Day: How Heineken celebrates its 150th anniversary
For the 150th anniversary of the founding of Heineken, Euronews take a tour of the brewery in Amsterdam to get to the bottom of their famous green beer bottles.
A new night train from Rome to the south of Italy is launching in 2024
Italy’s state railway operator has announced new vintage tourist trains and sleeper routes.
Culture Re-View: Robert Baden-Powell founds a worldwide movement
On this day in 1907, the first ever Scouting event kicked off, paving the way for the long-established organisation.
Twitter's symbolic rebranding: What the XXXX does ‘X’ mean?
What do you think of when you see ‘X’?
Finally found! Ruins of ancient Nero’s Theater unearthed near Vatican
The Roman emperor Nero is understood to have had a deep love of drama and the performing arts but the exact location of his theatre has been a mystery until now.
Study identifies gender of 2,000-year-old warrior in ancient burial
A decades-long mystery regarding the gender of a warrior buried 2,000-years-ago on the Isles of Scilly - an archipelago off the Cornish coast, in southwest England - has finally been solved.
Culture Re-View: The world's most exotic spy is sentenced to death
On this day in 1917, Mata Hari was sentenced to death in Paris for allegedly spying on Germany’s behalf during World War I. Was she really a secret agent or just a scapegoat?
Extinction Rebellion activists target controversial Italian statue
The environmental activist group Extinction Rebellion has targeted a controversial statue of an Italian journalist in Milan.
Culture Re-View: On this day in 1925, 'Mein Kampf' is published
On this day in 1925, Adolf Hitler published his autobiographical manifesto ‘Mein Kampf’ in Germany.
Unearthing history: Şanlıurfa's astonishing archaeological sites
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Göbeklitepe has changed the way historians and archaeologists think about the cradle of civilisation. And there is so much more to be discovered.