Land clearance has started, and bids are out to build a major airport in an area archaeologists and others say is too fragile and important to risk.
Paul Hunter visits Markenfield Hall, Ripon, North Yorkshire. It is a lovely medieval moated manor house first mentioned in the Domesday book of 1086.
Near Nacogdoches, Texas, a collection of heritage buildings allows Marilyn Jones to give us a glimpse into domestic life in bygone Texas.
PHeymont muses on historical memory and historical influence, and why Budapest has a park full of formerly-honored statues.
Gare du Nord was evacuated for several hours Monday when a World War II shell was found in a Eurostar passenger's luggage.
A center marking one of pre-Civil War America's largest free black communities is in danger of closing.
DrFumblefinger visits the New Synagogue. Built in Berlin in the mid 19th century, it is of Moorish-inspired design and at its time was the largest synagogue in Europe.
DrFumblefinger visits one of Charleston's oldest churches, of unusual circular design. The grounds contains one of the oldest cemeteries in the region.
A fight is brewing between fishmongers and preservationists on one side and the city's real-estate arm over the future of the historic market.
Ian Cook shares some great classic train photos and the story of the Alnwick-Almouth line, recently reopened!
A stark plaque reminds visitors and residents in Marseille's bustling and popular Old Port that it also has a history of tragedy.
A London pub takes pride in its historic neighborhood and in its award-winning collection of ales.
PHeymont finds the Brooklyn Historical Society as interesting from outside as from inside.
When oil was first discovered in East Texas, it changed life for everyone. Marilyn Jones takes us to see what the Oil Boom looked like.
A statue of mountain man, Kit Carson, is found outside the government buildings in the state capital which bears his name.