In the coming decades, five princesses are expected to ascend the thrones of Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and Sweden.
Which European cities are best prepared for a “smart city” future? According to researchers, London leads the way.
In Northern Ireland, thousands of hexagonal stone columns of various heights rise out of the North Atlantic Ocean and climb up to the foot of a cliff, as if they had been placed by a massive mythical creature.
Just because lions were depicted frequently in medieval art and design doesn’t mean they were depicted well.
The lack of proper aid paired with layers of broken policies and a fractured response from a distant British government led to unimaginable—and likely avoidable—suffering in Ireland.
If you’ve seen 2019’s 'Midsommer,' you probably associate the holiday with flower crowns, maypoles, and a dash of human sacrifice.
Modern guidebooks offer nearly a dozen different explanations for why Brussels' 'Mannekin Pis' statue is relieving himself.
‘Moulin Rouge!’ movie fans can finally live out their dreams of spending a romantic night in Paris’s most iconic red windmill.
For Christmas dinner in 1870, Paris restaurant Voisin publicized a menu that featured kangaroo stew, elephant stock, stuffed donkey head, and bear chops.
The fall of Constantinople isn’t the only battle that helped usher in a whole new era of history.
Here are some particularly brutal torture devices that have thankfully been phased out of our penal systems.
It’s a development that could potentially have serious repercussions for Europe.
At about 1.5 miles long, France’s Millau Viaduct is far from the world’s longest bridge—but it is the tallest.
From England to Japan, royal family members have been upending tradition and risking it all to be with the people they love for decades.
Guests can sand ski and sandboard down the massive Monte Kaolino sand dune in Hirschau in Bavaria, Germany.
You’ll be hard pushed to find a European city that doesn’t host a Christmas market these days—here are some of the continent's most enchanting.
How many ice ages have there been so far? The same number of ‘Ice Age’ movies that have been released. (Five.)
Red dye 40, olestra, and rbST all have the FDA’s stamp of approval. In other countries, they’re on the do-not-use list.
Not all of Marie Antoinette’s jewels stayed within the family after her death. These two bracelets did.