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.”
Each one of these swoon-worthy hotels sets its own fairytale scene.
Pisa has nothing on these towers.
Mother Nature wasn’t the only one hard at work.
These relics of a bygone age are just as awe-inspiring today as they were centuries ago.
Discover the remarkable structures and the legends within.
Why own a house when you can rent a place in one of these wild structures?
This list takes the term “house plant” to a whole new level.
Part of the fun of Gehry’s designs is trying to figure out what they are, like puffy clouds in the sky. Don’t worry—there’s no correct answer.