Marilyn Jones takes us along for a visit to Wilmington's only pre-Revolution building open to the public, and to its gardens.
Ian Cook shares beautiful photos and the story of one of the lead mines in Gunnerside Gill, North Yorkshire -- the fascinating Sir Francis Lead Mine.
One of Dublin's most magnificent churches is a relative newcomer in a city of ancient monuments and history.
UNESCO adds 19 new World Heritage sites, but ducks a request by France and Belgium to recognize World War I sites.
PHeymont visits Bunratty, a grim reminder of Ireland's long history of wars and rebellions.
DrFumblefinger loves visiting old mining towns, of which there are many in Colorado. One of the most interesting is the town of Gold Hill, formed before Colorado had even been granted statehood.
Marilyn Jones takes us on a visit to a small museum that's doing a big job in connecting local history to a world perspective.
A museum within the great Library of Alexandria examines the life and role of the late Egyptian leader.
Ian Cook shares a visit to an interesting structure from Scotland. Built on the site of an old castle after the Jacobite uprising, the Ruthven Barricks are imposing and offers wonderful panoramic views!
Professor Abe's travels in Central India continue, this week in Aurangabad where he finds (among other travel gems) an amazing replica of the iconic Taj Mahal, a nice assortment of surviving historic city gates, and Aurangabad Caves, rock-cut Buddhist temples dating from the 6th and 7th century.
DrFumblefinger visits St Peter's Church in the Fort district of Colombo. It is one of the oldest christian churches in the country.
The giant cruise line adds a popular tourism attraction in Skagway, Alaska, and plans to expand port facilities as well.
Professor Abe visits a famous Hermitage, site of Spain's largest religious pilgrimage. Be sure to read the story behind the photos.
Professor Abe's journey in central India continues, this week with a stop in beautiful Mandu, with visits to palaces, stepwells and monuments. Be sure you follow the good professor's travels!
Some more fascinating images from Ian Cook's visit to the ruins of the Lownathwaite Lead Mine, Gunnerside Gill, Swaledale, North Yorkshire.