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Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira

Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, a Unique Underground Treasure

Located 50 km (31 miles) north of Bogota and set 180 meters (590 feet) underground, the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is one of the most unusual places of worship that you can visit in...
Top Temples in Kyoto

The 10 Best Temples in Kyoto That You Shouldn’t Miss

Kyoto is one of the best places to experience ancient Japanese culture and you definitely shouldn't miss visiting these amazing temples in Kyoto.
View of the Bruder-Klaus-Feldkapelle in Germany.

The Amazing Architecture of the Bruder Klaus Field Chapel

Small but full of details, the Bruder Klaus Field Chapel is a remarkable work of religious architecture. The natural setting, its austere facade, and its mystical interior; make this intriguing chapel a must for architecture lovers.
Casa Terracota in Villa de Leyva, Colombia.

Inside the Odd World of Casa Terracota

Located on the outskirts of Villa de Leyva, Casa Terracota is an irregular reddish house built in clay, which is the biggest piece of pottery in the world.
Houses in Burano, Italy

In Photos: The Vibrant Colours of Murano & Burano

If you are visiting Venice, you should not miss the opportunity to explore Murano and Burano, two charming spots with rich craftsmanship and vibrant colours.
Architecture in Cuenca, Ecuador

The Charming Architecture of Cuenca, Ecuador

With its year-round spring-like weather and its charming architecture, Cuenca (Ecuador) is one of the country's most attractive cities for expats and tourists
Yellow church in Sintra, Portugal

Weekly Photo: Sintra Architecture

Back in 2012, I was lucky to spend a full summer enjoying the beautiful Sintra architecture and nature, a gorgeous UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Chimney at Palau Güell in Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona, A Visit to Palau Guell

The Palau Guell, one of Antoni Gaudí's earliest works, is an impressive construction because of the innovative use of space and light; and mix of materials

Avoiding the Crowds at the Pena Palace in Sintra

Visiting the Pena Palace in Sintra, Portugal can be a bit overwhelming since it can get pretty packed with visitors; here are some tips to avoid the crowds

Parma – Cycling to the Castle of Torrechiara

The Castle of Torrechiara was built between 1448 - 1460 by Pier Maria Rossi, Count of San Secondo di Parma, in honour to his lover, Bianca Pellegrini.

Seattle – Admiring The Architecture & More

During our time in British Columbia, we took a couple of road trips across the border to visit Seattle, a city with some awesome architecture and more.
Beautiful house in Guatape (Antioquia), Colombia

Guatape – A Pueblo From Fairy Tales

Guatape is definitely one of the most beautiful towns I've seen in Colombia; it's very clean, the houses are decorated with colourful frescoes, and people are kind

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