Inspire Middle East
The tradition of putting a small paper with a prayer between the cracks of the wall is several centuries old.
Residents of the Greek mountain town of Sochos, northeast of Thessaloniki, greeted the arrival of Lent on Monday with a carnival and procession.
Dachas, traditionally a small summer cottages, have through the centuries become a real institution for Russia's mainly urban-dwelling population.
Thousands of Dutch revellers braved cold water and chilling winds on Tuesday to take a New Year's Day plunge in the North Sea in a tradition thought to date back to the 1960s.
Intense coal mining has made Katowice, where COP24 negotiations are taking place right now, one of Europe's most polluted areas.
Take an interactive tour of coal country and meet the people who are fighting to keep it alive.
Japan is one of the most important destinations for international meetings which combines conferences with relaxing natural hot baths.
It's like being a privileged castaway.
Our round-up of eco-friendly christmas markets promoting sustainable living in Europe to attend this December.
A small family business in the Czech Republic is the last place where traditional Christmas decorations from blown glass beads are still made.
Rides & Experiences
Vintage cars that wrote the legend of the automotive industry were on display in Lyon.
Soufli had silk first produced in Europe.
We collected the top trends for an eco-friendly festive season.
A voyage around Japan reveals the depth of its culinary treats, and in this Taste special, we have some recipe suggestions that you can try and serve up yourselves.
Another Japanese delicacy brought to our tables in Thierry Voisin's unique style.
Soy is one of the great Japanese staples, and Theirry Voisin uses it to great effect
in this latest recipe for "Taste".
They are reputed to be among the best in the world, so "Taste" had to go to Japan's north-east to find out, and chef Thierry Voisin had to cook some in his inimitable way.
Restoration works have been made for the clock to go back to its 19th-century mechanical design.
Euronews meets the last Feathermaster of Paris, Eric Charles-Donatien, always in demand from the fashion houses, but keen to ensure he is not the last of his kind in the French capital.
Two Swedish artists take novel approaches to creating objects for the home.
The man was caught between the 250-kilogram styrofoam ball and the fence, leading him to be airlifted to a nearby hospital.