Carved in precise detail, these two 'skinned men' hold up a canopy over the anatomy teacher's chair in Bologna's University medical school.
Some images from the colorful Market, Funchal, Madeira. You'll find a large variety of goods for sale -- fish, fruit, vegetables, flowers etc.
GarryRF shows us why Ibiza, Spain is the party place for Europeans.
The Lincoln Memorial is featured as we approach the US holiday of "President's Day".
Aerial views of Coquet Island and its lighthouse, Northumberland, England
Artist at work, restoring the frescoes of the Archiginnasio, one the principal building of Bologna's University, and now home to a municipal library.
While touring New York City, Ottoman came upon this iconic skyscraper.
Samantha visits New Orleans and shares pictures and impressions with us—along with her determination to return for more!
Moorland in North York Moors National Park, near Commondale, North Yorkshire, England.
The remote island of Madeira has a beautiful endemic flower Madeira called The Pride of Madeira (Echium Candicans).
Spotted along the Malecon in Havana, this piece of limestone, whose softer elements have been washed away by years of water, looks almost as if it were soft ribbons of lace.
Nothing like a romp in the fresh snow for these equines!
On Santiago de Cuba's waterfront, a fleet of colorful small fishing boats, owned by a fishermen's cooperative, finds its home.
Speke Hall, originally built in 1530, has an atmospheric interior that spans many periods. It also has extensive gardens with excellent views.
Today's we visit the historic Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, Quebec