Destinations Around the World

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From Ice Age cave art to the introduction of organised religion on the continent, from Medieval battlefields to memorials remembering the two World Wars, Europe has some of the most well-known and most visited archaeological and historical sites in the World.
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Roman bridge in Provence, France

From Ice Age cave art to the introduction of organised religion on the continent, from Medieval battlefields to memorials remembering the two World Wars, Europe has some of the most well-known and most visited archaeological and historical sites in the World.
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Roman bridge in Provence, France.

History in North America may be younger than some continents. The arrival of hunters and gatherers in the west many thousands of years ago, to the arrival of Vikings about 1,000 years ago in the east or the Europeans later still, the archaeology is incredibly diverse. Read More >>
 
Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde © Will Thomas/Wikimedia

History in North America may be younger than some continents. The arrival of hunters and gatherers in the west many thousands of years ago, to the arrival of Vikings about 1,000 years ago in the east or the Europeans later still, the archaeology is incredibly diverse. Read More >>
 

Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde © Will Thomas/Wikimedia

Africa has been called everything from the Dark Continent to the Cradle of Humankind. Whatever your view the continent has the longest record of human history, beginning millions of years ago with the earliest sites of our ancestors in the Great Rift Valley and the limestone caves of South Africa.

The UNESCO listed ighrem of Aït Benhaddou, Morocco.

 
Great Wall of China, © Ofol/Wikimedia