Found in Switzerland, some of the buried Roman coins were minted during a time of relative political stability, between 332 and 335 C.E.
Archaeologists unearth a fourth century amphitheater that stood on the far reaches of the Roman Empire more than 1,400 years ago
Lucas Schmid's find led to the discovery of hundreds of other ancient artifacts linked to a 15 B.C.E. battle between imperial and Rhaetian forces
A new exhibition highlights the dazzling breadth of the 20th-century painter, sculptor and photographer's oeuvre
Traces of a prehistoric pile dwelling suggest humans inhabited the Lake Lucerne area 2,000 years earlier than previously thought
Decades after she painted this canvas, a new show reconsiders a misunderstood Swiss artist
From cooking demonstrations to poetry readings to special exhibitions, exploring another country has never been easier
Launched by Lindt, the attraction features a 30-foot-tall chocolate fountain and a tour of the sweet treat's history
Critics question whether the author, who died in Zurich after a 30-year exile, ever wanted to return home, even in death
The woman performed little physical labor during her lifetime and enjoyed a rich diet of starchy and sweetened foods
The renowned wine festival only takes places once every 20 to 25 years
After the installation closes, the makeshift forest will be relocated to a public space, where it will remain accessible as a 'living forest sculpture'
Hopefuls must submit an online application detailing how they would celebrate the singular opportunity by April 1
Researchers played nonstop loops of Led Zeppelin, A Tribe Called Quest and Mozart to cheese wheels to find out how sound waves impacted flavor
The brainchild of Polish art collector Grażyna Kulczyk, Muzeum Susch is a gallery "with a disruptive outlook”
Now identified as a late antiquity medical document, the 2,000-year-old papyrus describes the phenomenon of female "hysterical apnea"
The wine in this country is so good, they don’t want to export it — keeping 98% for themselves
A swirl of dance portraits complement a single Swiss loan of Hodler’s Italian dancer
But don't start digging through the country's sewer sludge just yet