Brooklyn, New York, with one of the largest Catholic populations in the U.S., has one of the smallest Cathedrals... and a spare!
Marilyn shares views of an amazing log church she visited while on a cruise; it is the centerpiece of a living history museum
Marilyn Jones shares the beauty and the unanswered questions that come with a new book looking at now disused houses of worship
PortMoresby’s day in Seattle continues with another ride on the #10 bus to visit a wintertime garden-lover’s paradise, the Volunteer Park Conservatory.
Just outside Paris, the ancient Gothic basilica has for over a millennium been the site of France's royal tombs.
George G takes us on a walk through a colorful and historic town.
PHeymont enjoyed a tour of Underground Seattle, as much for the comedy patter of the guides as for the scene itself.
A giant guitar is slated to replace Mirage's volcano show on the Strip.
A new office complex in Paris stands out against a hazy background with a new twist in design.
Professor Abe visits this ancient abbey, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with its neighbors.
A new tower has been completed at the Barcelona monument, but there are still more to be built
DrFumblefinger admires this old bank building which he spotted while exploring old San Jose. The company has become successful and today is Costa Rica's largest bank, but this structure points to humble origins.
A modern replica of the famous tomb serves as the home of a wealthy modern couple.
A well-timed earthquake in the 1920s gave the California city the need and the time to create an exuberant civic masterpiece.
A Spanish religious charity will continue the work on the unusual project.