Emerging in the wake of punk during the 1980s, contemporary gothic fashion has existed for more than two decades, as a visually daring form of dark glamour.
Europe has several locations noteworthy of a reliable overview of the eerie, and wicked that lurks through haunted forests to bone churches and torture museums and beyond.
Most reflections on gothic culture and lifestyle tend to dwell on the sinister more than the genuine aspects of the subculture, despite this face the subculture has proven to endure.
Perhaps, you have probably seen Gothabilly dresses in your local alternative fashion shop – assuming, that is, that you have one – due to the outlook’s recent surge of popularity. Just as deathrock came under the wing of the Goth scene...
The medieval castle of Hunedoara, Transylvania, Romania, also known as the Corvin Castle, is one of the most remarkable monuments of Gothic architecture in Romania, and among the top ten mythical destinations in Europe.
The Cathédrale Notre-Dame makes a grand first impression. From its splendid location on the Île de la Cité, the Cathedral’s towers, spire, and flying buttresses seem to magically spring forth from the Seine River and soar ambitiously towards heaven...