Euronews journalist, Lillo Montalto Monella shares some tips on how to get the best out of a trip to Italy.
Gorbachev, who is widely credited with ending the Cold War, was very popular in the West, but a much more polarising figure within Russia.
The remains of over a hundred French and Russian soldiers who died during Napoleon's disastrous 1812 campaign were finally buried on Saturday.
In an ambitious plan involving hundreds of international scholars, the Republic of Uzbekistan is scouring the world for literary artifacts from the nation’s history.
The shoe - which belonged to the Queen beheaded in 1793 - sold for four times more than was expected.
Sealed sarcophagi and statues, that were buried more than 2,500 years ago, were found at the famed Step Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara.
Katrina Cobain is making plastic bags a thing of the past by locking them away in a museum.
Whilst the art form of henna may be thousands of years old, just like any fashionable trend it has taken many a stylish twist and turn down the years.
The archaeological city of Al Ain is located along the north-eastern border of the Rub’ Al Khali desert in the UAE.
In this vast plain of the Al Harrah desert, stretching from Syria across north-eastern Jordan and into Saudi Arabia, ancient drawings are carved into volcanic basalt rock.
East Germany joined the western federal republic on October 3, 1990, following the collapse of the Soviet regime less than a year before.
A century ago, a first wave of Russian emigration took the world of culture by storm. Euronews Cult examines that amazing heritage - and the promise of the new generation.
A fountain pen, silver pocket watch and other prized possessions of the late Jewish-Polish composer Wladyslaw Szpilman go under the hammer in Warsaw next week.