A brief history of the fallacy of liberation from the wars of the French Revolution to the end of the long 19th century.
On a cold day in December in 1964 three helicopters belonging to the Royal Dutch Navy set out across the north sea towards a tiny speck in the ocean about ten kilometers west of Noordwijk on the Dutch coast.
Tucked away on a forested hillside in Austria’s Tyrolean alps is a château called Itter with a long history and one remarkable footnote.
Some images of Berlin's International Congress Centre designed by Ralf Schüler and Ursulina Schüler-Witte in 1979.
A series of images of the abandoned East German 'Spreepark' taken in May this year.
There's something grimly poetic about Teufelsberg- the Devil's Mountain.
Some images of Berlin's controversial museum of near-eastern antiquities including the massive Pergamon Altar.
Photos taken at Berlin's Olympic Stadium- site of the infamous Nazi games of 1936.
No other place is so heavily freighted with history than the city of Berlin.
All the skyscrapers in Paris are concentrated in a region several miles from the city centre in an area known as La Defence.
Images taken inside Notre Dame and the Cathedral of Saint Sulpice in Paris.
On any given sunday there are angry Parisians at the Place De la Bastille railing against the government for one reason or another.
Some night photography from the 18th Arrondissement of Paris.
A picture of tiny horses leaving the side door of the Moulin Rouge.