Professor Abe concludes his journey through Karnataka, with visits to the interesting sites of Bidar and Hyderabad.
Rising visitor numbers and a UNESCO warning push Peru to impose limits on visits.
Professor Abe's journey to Karnataka continues with stops at several more great and historic sites, including an interesting cave temple.
Professor Abe's fascinating journey through the Karnataka region continues with an exploration of the fascinating UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi.
Agrigento, Sicily's Valley of the Temples is the world's largest archaeological site, and its mysteries are also immense. PHeymont visited and reports.
PHeymont went to Segesta to see ancient ruins and a Greek temple. They were there, but what captured his attention was the wildflowers.
Professor Abe takes us from Mysore to Chikmagalur, with many magnificent Hoysala temples (10 - 14th century) along the way.
Professor Abe visits the amazing temples of Abu Simbel, Egypt
The works of a modern French-Polish sculptor provide both a contrast and a complement to the ancient ruins of Pompeii.
A McDonald's near Rome has a Roman road, found during construction, visible through its glass floor.
Swedish archaeologists believe they've found the partially-intact wreck of the warship Bleklinge near Karlskrona in southern Sweden.
Ian Cook unravels the mystery behind the 'pyramids' of Tenerife, Canary Islands
ProfessorAbe wonders whether these real-life Indian stepwells may have been an inspiration for M.C. Escher, but they certainly impressed ProfessorAbe!
Grand Escapades shows us why you should include Sri Lanka's Cultural Triangle historic sites on your bucketlist.
In the final part of this series, ProfessorAbe takes us to the Dead Sea, and the port and resort city of Aqaba.