Think “ancient ruins” and your mind inevitably wanders toward the Colosseum in Rome or the Great Pyramid of Giza, but the world is full of stunning craftsmanship from another time.
This Neolithic site predates Stonehenge and the pyramids of Giza, but it was only discovered (relatively) recently.
Not in Rome? You can still do as the Romans do.
It’s like they always say: Come for the multi-colored mountains, stay for the important archaeological sites.
The garbage theories of pseudoarchaelogists are proof that humans haven’t come as far as we think.
We have bad news and we have bad news.
Visiting Rome is a no-brainer. But the Roman Empire stretched far beyond Italy, with amazing sights you can still see today.
Climate change, industrial activity, poaching, and urban expansion are a few of the problems that plague the preservation of the world’s most important monuments and natural areas.
From cave drawings to stone villages, these 10 sites stretch across the continent from Portugal to Finland.
Out of the large constellation of temples, a few stand out for their sheer grandeur. Here are the top ten temples of South India.