Away from the holiday crowds and tourist sights, many of Rome's residents struggle to fit in their city.
Photographer Matthew Brookes captures the idyllic lives of surfers who live along the West Coast in search of the next wave.
No one knows exactly why people left Al Madam Some even say evil spirits might be at play.
In Basilicata, photographer Michele Battilomo says, "there’s more people dying than being born".
Even after the trauma of a bloody war, the streets of these old neighbourhoods in Baghdad, Iraq, are still full of life.
"I just called my mum, like, 'I know that we've got a sexy Italian name in the family, what's the name again?' And it was Sabatucci".
What began as a Facebook group for architecture nerds is now a book featuring radical – and downright strange – buildings by forgotten designers.
Heaven exists and it’s getting to eat pot after pot of gooey, melted cheese.