July 7, 2019

Massive Ancient Underground City Once Housed 20,000 People

Many of us have fantasized about having a door in our home that leads us to a hidden world, but can you imagine a buried city laying just behind the walls of your house? In 1963, a Turkish man knocked down a wall in his basement only to discover the ancient 18-story underground city of Derinkuyu. At one time housing up to 20,000 people, Derinkuyu is one of the largest underground cities in the world.

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July 6, 2019

9 Things to Do in Seattle for Art and Culture Lovers

Seattle is known as the Emerald City for its abundance of lush forests, but don’t let that fool you—it is bustling with culture. The Pacific Northwest locale attracts nearly 40 million visitors annually with a natural beauty that surrounds a vibrant downtown filled with museums, iconic architecture, and the world-famous Pike Place Market.

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July 5, 2019

7 Fascinating Facts About England’s Mysterious Stonehenge

One of the most famous ancient monuments in history, Stonehenge has long captured the imagination of the public. The prehistoric monument, which is located in Wiltshire, England, is shrouded in mystery. Its enigmatic nature has made the site infamous since its rediscovery in the 18th century and now over 1 million people a year flock to walk among the stones. What is it about Stonehenge that makes it so fascinating?

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July 5, 2019

Interview: Photographer Camps Among Emperor Penguins to Document Their Daily Lives

Award-winning photographer and filmmaker Sue Flood has been traveling to the Arctic and Antarctic since her time working at the BBC. Across more than 50 journies to these frigid areas, she’s spent a significant amount of time photographing her favorite bird—the emperor penguin. An adventurer at heart, she’s dedicated over a decade of her career to these beloved animals, which are facing challenges due to climate change.

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