Body organising revamp of Pakistani city’s oldest district face resistance from street vendors, developers and local mafia
Gobëkli Tepe, in eastern Turkey, is, at 11,000 years old, the oldest monument ever found, yet was only discovered a decade ago. It is also the site of man’s first efforts at farming
Tourists will see ‘maniacal Roman perfection and incredible hydraulic technology’ in labyrinth under Rome’s Caracalla baths
In the 19th century, Joseph Williamson, an eccentric businessman built a network of tunnels beneath Liverpool – but no one knows why. Emma Kennedy dons her safety helmet
Hampi’s 2,000 temples and ancient stones attract half a million pilgrims and tourists each year. Conservationists want the site in Karnataka restored to its medieval glory – but the price is the eviction of those who live in its old bazaar
The launch of unique new website Historvius is fusing history and travel like never before.