The Lithuanian Architects Union on Monday hosted a public forum about the redevelopment of the Žalgiris Stadium and the Palace of Concerts and Sports (Sports Palace), two significant structures in the centre of the Lithuanian capital.
A new survey shows that nearly half of Russians believe that online information should be censored.
The groundbreaking Soviet avant-garde film Man with a Movie Camera (1929) will screen in selected UK cinemas throughout August and into early September.
The Hungarian government will launch a public consultation about the form and location of a monument to gulag victims.
Plans by the Serbian Orthodox Church to erect a giant steel cross on top of a mountain have raised questions about the role of the Church in the country.
Gay emojis might violate the Russia-wide “gay propaganda” ban, according to Russian media watchdog, Roskomnadzor.
Czech Post, the Czech Republic's state-owned postal company, will pay tribute to Sir Nicholas Winton with a special edition stamp.
Polish artist Paulina Olowska will transform a room at Tate Modern into a theatre space this September as part of the gallery’s evening performance series, BMW Tate Live.
The Georgian government has launched a tax rebate system to encourage foreign cinematographers to film in Georgia.