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321 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

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


Enduring, fragile Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat is widely believed to be the largest religious building in the world.
13 June 2011


Broadway's pop culture revival

As the heart of the American theatre industry gears up for the start of another season, it is clear that musicals are once again one of the biggest attractions in the Big Apple.
Read more… 06 June 2011


Turkey’s land of fairy chimneys

Cappadocia, a dreamy slice of central Turkey dotted with ancient rock formations, has a history every bit as remarkable as its landscape.
Read more… 30 May 2011


The Passport blog

The changing landscape of Philadelphia’s museums

In a city known for its history, Philadelphia is making a number of changes to its future offerings.
Read more… 18 May 2011


Communist v capitalist architecture

Although communists and capitalists disparage everything about each other, are the buildings they live and work in all that different?
13 May 2011


Barcelona: More than meets the eye

Garish, gregarious Barcelona doesn’t guard its secrets jealously, but the Catalan capital does seem to get a kick from hiding the best of them in plain sight.
Read more… 11 May 2011


Sampling Barcelona’s lesser-known delights

Barcelona’s best-kept secrets are often just a stone’s throw from popular areas.
11 May 2011


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