Whether it was a chance encounter or a planned pitch, Giuseppe led us to our destination, and to his fascinating shop as well.
Section by section, the modern wonder is being cleaned by a mud pack that absorbs grease, waste and more.
A hilltop monastery dating to the 14th century is a stunning museum of history and especially of the art of the baroque era.
PortMoresby ends the tale of her trip to England with the things she cannot do without - art, food, books and a visit to a beautiful house.
Artist Dale Chihuly's work will be highlighted at a 6-month New York exhibition featuring a number of new works.
The works of a modern French-Polish sculptor provide both a contrast and a complement to the ancient ruins of Pompeii.
Jonathan L continues his exploration of San Juan's unique architecture and the work of the Puerto Rico Historic Building Drawing Society.
A disembodied ship and off-stage singers give voice to this artistic presentation of the issues of borders and immigration.
A crucifix made by Michelangelo as a thank-you gift to a Florence church has been re-installed there after restoration.
Santiago's cathedral is a cornerstone of the Plaza de Armas, where a church has stood since 1541.
Part of Sicily's Arab-Norman heritage, Cefalu's Cathedral is a showcase of art and a primer of the island's checkered history.
In Santa Marta, a fairly small museum navigates the fairly large tasks of the area's history and its prehistory.
German immigrants paid for this 1912 tribute to Chile, the country they had made their home. The boat is loaded with symbolism.
After a visit to William Morris’s Kelmscott Manor, PortMoresby crosses the River Thames to visit Buscot Park, with a stunning room dedicated to a Pre-Raphaelite painter and, unexpectedly, warriors in the garden.
After several stays in the area, PHeymont tracks down the backstory of this unusual building in Paris.