Professor Abe visits an impressive collections of Buddha statues. They are over a thousand years old and lost until rediscovered in the 1920s.
Step back in time with Marilyn Jones as she visits Gloucester Cathedral, a monument whose history nearly came to an end four centuries ago.
Gilles shares photos of some of the nicely restored homes in the old Colonial core of Bogata, and some fine examples of its street art.
In a pandemic-induced cash crunch, British Airways is looking to sell some of the art hanging in its offices and lounges.
Jonathan L shows us some examples of WPA architectural decorations from NYC
Almost hidden behind a modern replacement, Prague's Art Nouveau main station is a treasure.
PHeymont reflects on an unusual photo exhibit that draws connections of time, place and especially people together.
A former submarine base has been turned into a huge gallery for digital projections of artworks.
Side by side in Los Angeles, one of America's largest art museums, and the scene of life and death for ancient creatures.
DrFumblefinger shares some of the street art he spotted in Thunder Bay.
Walking through Hollywood, Jonathan L starts to find more to like about Los Angeles.
Japan's new passports feature backgrounds using views of Mount Fuji by 19th century master Hokusai
These inverted and nicely carved tree stumps serve as yard ornaments in Manitoba.
Archaeologists in the Verona area succeed in finding—again—a trove of Roman mosaics that were found in 1922 and reburied.
Berlin's oldest church is largely a modern reconstruction, but its historic ties provide many links to the past.