Another highlight of Marilyn Jones's visit to Greece: the area where the Olympics were held for over a thousand years.
PHeymont shares the odd history of a Brooklyn landmark that is a popular backdrop for wedding pictures.
GarryRF's night-time view takes us to one of Cuba's most important museums, founded by the Bacardi family.
The play of light and shadow, inside and out, is what impressed PHeymont most on a visit to one of the world's most-famous cathedrals.
DrFumblefinger visits the statue of Hans Christian Andersen situated outside of Copenhagen's City Hall.
Jonathan L visits New York's newest museum: Fotografiska.
DrFumblefinger admires the portraits of Evita on this tall government office building in Buenos Aires.
DrFumblefinger enjoys collecting photos of street art and signage, and shares some he found in Seward.
What you always knew is true: art and culture are good for you, and a new study backs that up.
Marilyn's visit to Greece takes her to Pylos, where two castles guard a scenic bay and two museums throw light on the areas's past.
DrFumblefinger visits a statue of Pope John Paul II on Wawel Hill -- home of Krakow's royal past.
PHeymont visits a church that's led an eventful life for nearly eight centuries.
PHeymont shares some of Basel's loveliest doors, and some of the history behind them.
Join Kai Rambow on a visit to a colorful workshop where participants make their own glass Christmas tree ornaments.
Nashville will host not only country music this spring, but the only U.S. visit by a new exhibition of works by the British romantic painter.