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318 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

Where the Marquis de Sade and Pierre Cardin meet

Lacoste château, once owned by the infamous Marquis, is now an arts space among the ruins, thanks to the fabled fashion designer
Read more… 12 July 2011


The Passport blog

In the US, must-see summer exhibitions

From glass ceilings to glass slippers, urban expression to avant-garde, a few of this season’s highlights.
Read more… 11 July 2011


Decoding currencies

Fascinated by the ways in which money represents different cultures, we put together a slide show of a few different currencies.
01 July 2011


The Quartier des Spectacles, Montreal's Broadway

One-stop shopping for culture vultures looking for classical music concerts, opera, ballet, comedy and improv, and funky urban street performances.
Read more… 01 July 2011


Localites

High-end art in Hong Kong

With a growing international art fair, globally-recognised galleries and a contemporary art museum on the horizon, the city’s reputation as a capital of kitsch is fading.
Read more… 27 June 2011


Helsinki’s innovative design scene

Finland’s largest city steps into the spotlight as the World Design Capital for 2012.
Read more… 23 June 2011


Phnom Penh’s fast-fading architectural treasures

The “pearl of Asia” may be losing some of its lustre to urban development, but it is not too late to see it before it is gone.
Read more… 17 June 2011


The world's strangest buildings

These odd, eye-popping structures — in England, Israel and elsewhere — are worth a detour.
17 June 2011


Bloomsday in photos: Joyce's Dublin

Every year on 16 June -- the date chronicled in James Joyce’s Ulysses -- fans recreate its scenes throughout Dublin.
16 June 2011


The Passport blog

Nine NYC museums open for free

Some of the city’s finest museums and galleries are open to the public from 6 pm to 9 pm on 14 June, accompanied by a huge block party, with 5th Ave closed to traffic.
Read more… 13 June 2011


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