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Worldwide Weird

A pilgrimage to Nebraska’s Carhenge

In Alliance, vintage cars replace standing stones in a piece-by-piece replica of the ancient English site of Stonehenge.
Read more… 20 December 2011


Building the future of Shanghai

The star attraction in modern Shanghai is the ever dazzling array of glittering skyscrapers, but this city has also been flexing its ample construction muscles throughout its past.
19 December 2011


Free art in Shanghai

In step with China’s ongoing cultural rejuvenation, many of the city’s top art museums do not charge admission.
Read more… 18 December 2011


Localites

Alfresco movies in Hong Kong

A few local film buffs cut through some red tape to screen movies outdoors, with the city's iconic skyline as a backdrop.
Read more… 09 December 2011


Worldwide Weird

A museum for bad art in Boston

The 600-piece collection showcases all of the categories found in any major art museum, like landscapes, but also contains peculiar genres like “blue people” and “poor traits”.
Read more… 06 December 2011


Remnants of Russia’s past

Twenty years after the fall of the Soviet Union, its epic history lives on in the buildings and monuments of Moscow, inspiring both awe and nostalgia.
Read more… 24 November 2011


The legacy of the Soviet Union

Trace Moscow’s Soviet past along Lenin’s footsteps.
24 November 2011


Beyond the Headlines

Literary Mumbai

A city where the imagined reality and the real world come face to face.
Read more… 11 November 2011


Mumbai’s most impressive architecture

The energy, exuberance and diversity of this Indian city is perfectly reflected in its many building styles.
04 November 2011


World's most beautiful museums

With a combination of traditional and modern architecture, these distinctive spaces in Belgium, Japan, Qatar and beyond heighten the experience of looking at art.
26 October 2011


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