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Art deco architecture of Miami

From the Beacon Hotel to the Miami Beach City Hall, iconic photos of the city's unique designs.
30 November 2010


Beyond the Headlines

How Miami got its art scene

A few decades ago there were hardly any museums in the city, let alone major art shows.
Read more… 30 November 2010


From Warhol to Wright: An arty trip through Pennsylvania

Who knew the Pennsylvania Turnpike led to so many masterpieces? Just off the toll road, you will find an architectural wonder, Pop Art haven, papal treasures and more.
Read more… 19 November 2010


Mini Guide

Mini guide to Stratford-upon-Avon, England

Look past the Bard-themed tearooms and remind yourself what it’s all about with a play at the world-famous theatre.
Read more… 02 November 2010


Toronto's hip new neighbourhood: West Queen West

More than 300 galleries, design houses, shops, restaurants and boutique hotels now make up Toronto’s creative heart.
Read more… 02 November 2010


Sri Lanka’s architectural treasures

From forts to temples, the island’s colonial and Buddhist heritage is rich and varied.
Read more… 20 October 2010


Art appreciation and more in Portland, Maine

This maritime city attracts savvy art fans to its first-class museums and galleries.
Read more… 04 October 2010


Pull an all nighter: La Nuit Blanche in Paris

Join in the dawn to dusk art marathon known as “the white night”.
Read more… 01 October 2010


The Recoleta Cemetery: Silent theatre and city of the dead

Former presidents, military generals, artists and, most famously, Eva Perón, are buried here in fabulous mausoleums of stone and bronze.
Read more… 23 September 2010


The Hakka earth buildings of Fujian

The colossal Hakka earth buildings (Kejia tulou) are a unique vestige of an ancient, but slowly disappearing way of life in China.
Read more… 05 August 2010


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