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8 travel features tagged “Arts & Architecture”


A stunning (and disturbing) exhibit

A new San Francisco collection of giant sea life sculptures is not quite what it seems.
Read more… 01 June 2014


Lighting up Fog City

Celebrate the festive season in San Francisco with six light-art installations that are setting the streets aglow.
Read more… 05 December 2013


In San Francisco, modern art abounds

Despite the closure of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art until 2016, there are still plenty of opportunities to get your culture fix around the city.
Read more… 21 August 2013

World’s most beautiful clock towers

From a mosque-like stronghold in Malaysia to one of London’s most iconic structures, these five landmarks were designed to stand the test of time.
23 April 2013

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Pier 24, San Francisco’s fantastic photography freebie

At this warehouse-size space dedicated to photography, world-class exhibits bear the imprint of a collector’s singular vision.
Read more… 22 April 2013


San Francisco’s other bridge shines

On 5 March, the Bay Bridge will be transformed into largest LED light sculpture in the world.
Read more… 05 March 2013


Going Dutch in San Francisco

The 350-year-old Johannes Vermeer painting that acted as the muse for Tracy Chevalier’s best-selling novel Girl with a Pearl Earring is charming visitors in the Californian city.
Read more… 18 February 2013

Building the Golden Gate Bridge

The creation of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, which opened in 1937, marked the beginning of an architectural wonder and major American icon.
21 October 2011

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