Barcelona, and other cities, confront the 'uncomfortable memory' of slave-built fortunes that paid for many of their famous sights.
The solution to this week's puzzle is the beautiful cathedral of Malta. A highlight of any visit to the island.
Vienna kicks off the 250th anniversary of its huge public park with a flower parade and more.
While driving along the isolated Patagonian steppe, DrFumblefinger came across a hideout for two very famous bandits.
Almost any monument or structure that lasts more than a few years becomes a graffiti target. The Pont du Gard has been one for a thousand years!
Samantha shares memories and pictures of the centennial celebration of the Wright Brothers' first flight.
Two small but fascinating museums in Schenectady, New York offer a day's worth of information and education. One's for science, the other for history.
Grand Army Plaza is one of Brooklyn's hubs, where Prospect Park meets the Central Library, a memorial arch, the Greenmarket and much more.
While on tour in India, DrFumblefinger stopped to see how the ox-drawn waterwheel still has a role to play in Indian agriculture.
Parts of a Viking runestone, sketched in 1767 and missing since shortly after, have now been found in a farmyard and will now be displayed in a museum.
Villa Winter is situated near the village, Cofete, on the peninsula Jandía in the southwestern part of the island of Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. The villa was realized by Gustav Winter, a German engineer born in 1893 in the Black Forest. It was completed in 1946 and has two floors, a tower in the northwestern part of the villa, and a balcony at the front. Gustav Winter worked for Spain since 1915 and was active in different projects in Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria. The villa is built in...
A pyramid in Norfolk? Ian Cook shares the story and some beautiful winter landscapes of the estate.
Three ancient olive trees keep company with an even older bridge, the famed Pont du Gard, a Roman aqueduct that once brought water to Nîmes.
The Grey Traveller visits Istanbul in time for New Years Eve, and for a daily round of delicious food and recommended restaurants.
Bern, Switzerland's "boring" capital will add a little spice today with a fountain flowing with wine to celebrate its 1848 choice as the capital.