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.
Join PHeymont for a look at one of Amsterdam's trendiest neighborhoods and its not-so-trendy history.
A monument that recounts the town's history also obscures some of it.
An Italian town whose heart and geography may have been in Switzerland loses its unique status.
PHeymont visits a church that's led an eventful life for nearly eight centuries.
Gumbo was visiting the the Tomb of Itimad-ud-Daulah (also known as the "Baby Taj"), the tomb that inspired the construction of the Taj Mahal.
Many cities celebrate the season with unusual and beautiful trees, but Kilgore's are absolutely unique, as Marilyn Jones explains.
The Italian anti-fascist resistance to Mussolini and German invaders will soon be honored in a museum to be built in Milan.
Join Marilyn on a visit to a site that's under active consideration as a UNESCO heritage site.
Gumbo was visiting Ernest Hemingway's home in Old Key West. The home is nicely preserved including with original furniture, memorabilia displays and descendants of the author's six-toed cat.
PHeymont shares some views and some history of Brooklyn's iconic but often ignored Civil War memorial.
PHeymont reflects on a pleasant but far-too-short day in a city that's calling him back for more...some day!
DrFumblefinger visits historic St. Andrews church and cemetery, on the Red River near Lower Fort Garry. It's one of the oldest churches on the Canadian prairies.
Gumbo was visiting the charming historic town of Tulbagh in South Africa.
Gumbo was visiting the site of "Custer's Last Stand", on the hills and ridges of the valley of the Little Bighorn river in southern Montana