Nestled into an 18th-century cemetery in Barcelona, The Kiss of Death is a haunting sculpture used to commemorate one man's grave. The piece is located in the city's Poblenou Cemetery and is one of its most iconic tombs. The statue is not only impressive for the fine carving and the sculptor's ability to render texture, but also for the tender way in which it embraces death.
While we've seen ships overrun by nature before, it's usually been due to a shipwreck.
Over 420 national parks dot the United States and show off the incredible natural beauty of the American landscape.
On a hill overlooking Paris lies the neighborhood of Montmartre. During La Belle Époque—a period of French history dating between 1880 and 1914—the sloped streets were home to some of the world's most legendary artists. This area has long been central to Parisian history, from the revolutionary Paris Commune to the iconic cabaret Le Chat Noir. Paris is a city saturated in the arts, and a pilgrimage to Montmartre is almost obligatory for traveling creatives.
Dubai’s Love Lake is a truly unique tourist destination for couples and families alike.
A new public infrastructure project called Cycling Through the Trees is an incredible elevated path that gives riders a new...
High above the Missouri River in South Dakota sits a magnificent sculpture that’s a beautiful tribute to the Native Nations of the Great Plains region. The 50-foot-tall artwork is called Dignity of Earth and Sky—often shortened to just Dignity—and is a statue of an Indigenous woman wearing a Plains-style dress and receiving a star quilt. In highlighting this figure, the memorial recognizes the often-overlooked group of women of the Lakota and Dakota Nations.
Long ago, New York City's iconic gridded streets left little room for green spaces.
Sometimes we're in such a hurry to get to a destination that we forget to take in our surroundings.
Venture to High Point, North Carolina, and you’ll find a chest of drawers meant for a giant. At 85 feet tall, this massive piece of furniture stands at the entrance of Furnitureland South just outside High Point University. It is aptly modeled after a highboy dresser and features incredible details that make it look grand from near and afar.
Medieval times—most often called the Middle Ages—refers to a period of about 1000 years between the fall of the Roman...
If you are looking for a truly unique tourist destination, look no further than this ancient desert city.