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303 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”

America's strangest roadside attractions

Architectural oddities worth a stop along US roads.
18 March 2011


Kazakhstan’s space-age city

Since the president of Kazakhstan declared Astana to be the nation’s capital, this once rundown city has undergone a complete architectural revolution.
17 March 2011


New horizons in Kazakhstan

A space-age city jutting out of the vast plains of central Asia – welcome to Kazakhstan’s new capital, Astana.
Read more… 17 March 2011


World's most beautiful buildings

Take a tour of the world’s most beautiful buildings, from Barcelona to Brazil.
11 March 2011


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Tel Aviv, Israel is showing its metal

An extraordinary new building was conceived by architect and designer Ron Arad to house the Design Museum Holon.
Read more… 08 March 2011


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True survivors at the British Museum

The exhibit Crossroads of the Ancient World uses pieces from Afghanistan, Egypt and India to explore Afghanistan’s history as a centre of trade.
Read more… 03 March 2011


Buenos Aires’ Avenida 9 de Julio

Find respite from the urban highway in one of the elegant green plazoletas and gardens that decorate the one-kilometre-long Avenida.
Read more… 21 January 2011


Five Oscar-worthy theatres in Hollywood

From the spooky to the state-of-the-art, a list of Tinseltown's top five viewing spots for blockbusters, classics and Academy Award winners.
Read more… 04 January 2011


Mini guide to Prague, Czech Republic

Sitting astride the Vltava River, with its fairytale hilltop castle and soaring Gothic spires, Prague retains one of the most complete ensembles of Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque architecture in Europe.
Read more… 02 December 2010


Uncovering treasures at Art Basel Miami Beach

Why thousands of art enthusiasts flock to Miami Beach every December for one the biggest art events of the year.
Read more… 01 December 2010


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