The Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston, NY is a time capsule of the river and its changing uses.
Engineers report that the Pisa landmark's famous lean has been reversed; it is even straighter now than when rescue work was completed in 2011.
One of the most unusual chapels DrFumblefinger has ever visited, San Bernadino alle Ossa is elaborately decorated with human bones.
Gumbo was visiting the unusual and interesting bee-keeping museum in Slovenia, which helps preserve the history and traditions of bee-keeping.
Gilles visits the unique and ancient stelae of Aksum in northern Ethiopia.
An abandoned bridge in Provence led PHeymont on a search into its history and some surprises.
Stephanie Kalina-Metzger walks the steps of Mr. Rogers, beloved television personality.
On a cruise, Marilyn Jones visits Russia's famous seat of power and discovers how large a complex it is.
George G invites you to join him on Millionaire's Row in Danville, Virginia, site of last week's Where in the World puzzle.
Jonathan L takes us on a walking tour along the walls of Old San Juan. Part 2 of his walk will appear next Sunday.
DrFumblefinger visits the fascinating Yukon Beringia Interpretative Center in Whitehorse. The museum presents life in the Yukon during the last great Ice Age.
Munich's big Old City food market is both a place to shop and a place to eat... and, being Munich, it also has a big beer garden.
In South Tyrol's bi-lingual capital, historic and graphic business signs still have a role to play
Marilyn visits two churches in Moscow, one from the 16th century, and the other a 21st century reconstruction.
Professor Abe takes us along on a tour of a Franconian town that is both a UNESCO World Heritage and the 'secret beer capital' of Germany.