A town in southern Armenia is determined to preserve its architectural heritage, including a peculiarity once fashionable in the 19th century. From Jamnews.
The impoverishment inflicted by Europe’s harshest communist regime left Albania an easy prey for drug gangs.
Legislation discriminates against gays and turns a blind eye to homophobia, European Court of Human Rights rules.
Finds from an ancient campsite reveal changing ways of life at a crucial period in the development of modern Europeans.
Shops are owned by capitalist-turned-organic farmer German Sterligov, an advocate of the good old ways.
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