Jonathan L gives us La Pedrera, Gaudi's modernista gem in Barcelona
PHeymont enjoys a stroll through a New Jersey town famed for its Victorian houses, and learns why there are so many.
On a cold winter day, PHeymont takes a walk in one of Boston's iconic neighborhoods.
More than 100 years after its opening and nearly 60 years after its original hall was razed, America's busiest station gets some shiny new spaces.
Henry Chapman Mercer's Fonthill Castle reflects his life work and his conviction that he was capable of mastering every field, as well as his opinionated eccentricity.
DrFumblefinger visits the "Marble Church" in Frederiksstaden. It's best known for its dome and rounded architecture.
Professor Abe takes on an expedition to one of his favorite sites in Egypt, with an especially well-preserved main temple.
The restoration work at Notre Dame enters a new phase with the removal of the last of the damaged temporary scaffolding.
The Berg Building is a rare Art Deco example in Portland, but its worth a long and loving look.
Gumbo was visiting the Almudena Cathedral, a relatively new church in Madrid which was not completed until the late 20th century.
Travel Rob goes back to Montreal to see a church he previously saw in a reflection.
PHeymont fell in love with this classic Portland building that almost gave way to a parking garage in the 1970s.
DrFumblefinger wanders by Sweden's National Opera House, close to the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
George G takes us on a tour of a Virginia museum whose building is well-suited to its field.
Two ancient houses survive, side-by-side on one of Paris's oldest streets.