A stone sculpture of a pelican named Corson is among the dozens of Notre Dame artifacts that you can support.
The World Monuments Watch includes 25 at-risk sites facing encroaching urbanization, political turmoil, natural disaster, and violent conflicts.
As Notre-Dame burned, there was controversy over people responding by sharing selfies they’d taken at the cathedral. But there may be public value in this practice.
Legislators have passed a resolution that demands the cathedral be rebuilt “in the same way visually as before.”
Nothing gets creative cogs churning quite like an 850-year-old cathedral on fire.
The rapid pace of reconstruction news means we’re breaking down the most important stories into a reader’s digest.
Officials take stock of the damage done to the cathedral as billionaires pledge money and academics brainstorm the best path forward for restoration.
The platform’s new algorithm for probing “fake news” by adding context-specific information to videos seems to have glitched.
For his photo series FACADES, which portrays Europe’s old religious structures head-on, from top to bottom, German artist Markus Brunetti strips these sites bare of any distracting elements.