Hamburg's International Maritime Museum fills a historic warehouse with nearly everything maritime you could think of.
DrFumblefinger visits the extremely unusual and moving Holocaust Memorial situated in Miami Beach.
Jonathan L continues his exploration of less-known features of life and history in Beijing.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger takes us on a tour of historic sites in this central Pennsylvania city noted for its Mennonite and Amish heritage.
A long tradition, once common across Europe, is now down to a few lonely examples.
On the coast just north of Dublin, a small museum and two windmills show us a bit of Irish and industrial history.
George G shares details of a visit to Montpelier, the home of President James Madison and his spouse, Dolly Madison, in Orange County, Virginia.
Jonathan L shares highlights of his visit to less-known attractions of the Chinese capital. More next week!
In Dublin, one cathedral per faith is not, apparently, enough. St Patrick's and Christ Church have co-existed in relative peace for nearly 800 years.
Determination and a helpful tour guide allow Marilyn Jones the opportunity to explore a significant Louisiana historic site.
For nearly 900 years, Marienplatz has been the scene of much of Munich's daily life, history and sometimes turmoil.
The museum and memorial have seen growing visitor totals since 2001.
Hamburg's harbor world of huge ships, containers and cranes also has space for a wide variety of smaller craft and a lot of history.
At the Duchess County Fairgrounds, volunteers run a small museum devoted to the area's history of crafts, trades and daily life.
DrFumblefinger visits an old Monastery -- built in the 12th century in Spain, but purchased by William Randall Hearst, disassembled, crated and shipped to America where decades later it was reassembled in North Miami.