From the Tibetan Plateau to Central Asia to Roman Britain, walls have encircled and protected people for centuries. Here are some of the most beautiful walled cities.
“Alas! alas! small things come at the end of great things; a tooth triumphs over a mass. The Nile rat kills the crocodile, the swordfish kills the whale, the book will kill the edifice.”
Honoring the women who paved their own path in aviation.
We’re pre-American. We’re Indigenous. *We* are Native.
Here’s the best to have ever played the confidence game.
The tasty dish is now a symbol of many things born from its city and represents the enduring legacy of its African American community.
Wildlife tourism in Africa has been a highly political ride.
Florida pays tribute to an author who found her greatest fame after death.
On a beautiful Western Australian island hides the story of an unusual man with a royal imagination.
Almost 1,500 years ago, Northern Italy was shaped by a tribe that took advantage of a situation not completely unlike the one we’re in currently.