Maurizio Castangia

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When the Romanian Cultural Institute offered British photographer Richard Seymour a grant to photograph the country’s capital, Bucharest, he first turned his...

Another World: Romania’s Secret Theme Park Is Hidden Within a Cavernous Salt Mine Salina Turda salt mine theme park near Bucharest, Romania,

Amidst the rolling hills of long grasses swaying in the wind sits what is left of a stone building, stripped of its roof with all of its walls at various lev...

Amidst the rolling hills of long grasses swaying in the wind sits what is left of a stone building, stripped of its roof with all of its walls at various lev.

When the Romanian Cultural Institute offered British photographer Richard Seymour a grant to photograph the country’s capital, Bucharest, he first turned his...

Another World: Romania’s Secret Theme Park Is Hidden Within a Cavernous Salt Mine Salina Turda salt mine theme park near Bucharest, Romania,

The world is getting smaller. With lower barriers to trade and mobility, people on disparate sides of the globe now share pop culture, news sources and, of c...

The world is getting smaller. With lower barriers to trade and mobility, people on disparate sides of the globe now share pop culture, news sources and, of c.

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The longest rammed earth wall in Australia and - probably - the southern hemisphere, has been selected as a finalist in the (Australian Institute of Architects) Western Australia architecture awards. At 230 metres long, the rammed earth wall.

The hugely popular details categories return for the 5th annual a+awards! Get every crafted element of your building recognized on a global stage — Find out ...

The hugely popular details categories return for the annual a+awards! Get every crafted element of your building recognized on a global stage — Find out .

Tutte le strade (che) portano a Roma: dall'Europa sono 500mila - Repubblica.it

Everyone is familiar with the saying “All roads lead to Rome,” dating back to a time when all empirical roads radiated out from the capital of the Roman Empire.