Buddhists use bells like these in their mediation practice. They are used together with a "vajra", a metal object with five prongs...Read more
This tiny box comes from Ghana in West Africa. For hundreds of years, people used gold dust as money. They kept the dust safe in...Read more
In the 800s AD, Middle Eastern potters invented a new technique that spread around the world. To make their products look like...Read more
Umedalen Skulptur is one of Europe's most prominent sculpture parks, located in Umeå, in the Umedalen area. Umedalen was built...Read more
Dira was born in Mozambique and studied in Johannesburg, South Africa and meantime living in Algarve since 2001.
The creativity...Read more
The first four houses in this quaint terrace were constructed in 1724 by Archbishop Boutler to provide homes to the widows of local Clergymen....Read more
Abbey Street gives us a true taste as to how Medieval Armagh may have looked, as this narrow and winding street was established as part of the...Read more
The square you see in front is the original marketplace in the town - called the ‘Shambles Market’, which was built in 1827.