Constantine, the city of bridges has been occupied at various times by the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Ottomans and French
Prof. Heather O’Donoghue offers an insight into the diverse and scenically spectacular Iceland
The Greeks have a long tradition of travelling to new lands – a Greek city on a Croatian island – in pursuit of trade or a better life.
Sir Richard Whittington: founder of the Guildhall Library, London
Belgium is a small nation with a big role to play in European life and world history.
Oman is a land of jagged red mountains, broiling skies, stark, scorching deserts, hospitable to human life only because it is embraced by the warm shallow waters of the Indian Ocean.