Amsterdam has a new subway line, and a virtual museum to show off the 700,000 artifacts dug up during construction
The city destroyed by a volcanic eruption nearly 2,000 years ago is beefing up security against vandalism and possible terrorism.
Professor Abe's informative and educational series on visiting Central India concludes this week with a visit to Ellora, another of Maharashtra's UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Bob Cranwell explores the heart of the Sahara -- a life filled with hardship, sand dunes and camel. A trip highlighted by the remarkable sights of Tassili n’Ajjer, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This week Professor Abe takes us to the fantastic Buddhist cave monuments cut into the rocks of the Sahyadri hills. The caves were declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983.
The airport's concessionaire is helping spot problems and notify airlines.
Construction crews find a 2000-year-old tomb in intact condition
On the edge of modern Albuquerque, a series of hillsides holds evidence of much older, and incompletely understood, civilization.
An ancient Greek city, or its ruins, anyway, is for sale in Turkey.
In a city full of Roman buildings and Roman heritage, a new museum looks at the past and its influence on later centuries.
Arriving in Aswan, PortMoresby visits an island and its temple with an unusual history.
PortMoresby leaves Luxor, takes to the river, sees riverside farms & temples along the way, learns a lesson and begins her wish list for next time.
An underwater discovery could turn out to be the ancient Greek port that became Naples—and could be opened to underwater tourism.
For a weekend, over a thousand Italian cultural and historical sites that are normally closed to the public will welcome visitors.
Last stop on a day spent across the Nile from Luxor, PortMoresby visits the house where Howard Carter lived while excavating Tutankhamun's Tomb.