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In Aragon, the villages time forgot

Nestled in the shadows of the Pyrenees Mountains, Spain’s stone-built pueblos seem unchanged since Fernando and Isabel reigned.
Read more… 29 June 2011


The Passport blog

America’s most endangered historic places

The National Trust for Historic Preservation added 11 sights that are in danger of destruction, like a 4,426-foot mountain in Bear Butte, South Dakota.
Read more… 16 June 2011


An epic ancient ruins road trip

Turquoise waters and ancient ruins coexist along Turkey’s Mediterranean and Aegean coasts, giving history buffs and beach bums exactly what they want in a vacation.
Read more… 03 June 2011


Mini Guide

Mini guide to Normandy, France

Normandy—famous for the D-Day Landings and fortified Mount St-Michel—also offers pastoral landscapes, small fishing ports and a dramatic coastline.
Read more… 19 May 2011


Visiting the bookends of Russia's history

Moscow and St Petersburg encompass the best elements of Russia's turbulent past and glittering present.
Read more… 11 May 2011


Elizabethan drama and iconic theatres

The proliferation of purpose-built playhouses in London was to change the face of drama in the later Elizabethan period.
Read more… 10 May 2011


The tsar slept here

St Petersburg’s Grand Hotel Europe and Moscow’s Radisson Royal survived, thrived and reinvented themselves in the likeness of modern Russia.
Read more… 10 May 2011


Journeying back in Russian history

In the towns along the Golden Ring bells ring out from towering belfries, robed holy men scurry through church doors and historic tales recall mysterious, magical times.
Read more… 09 May 2011


At 80, the Empire State Building strikes back

The iconic skyscraper has the highest and best views in the city, its history is revelatory and makeovers to the lobby and observatories deserve a fresh look.
Read more… 27 April 2011


Worldwide Weird

Reinventing a Michigan mental hospital

The Northern Michigan Asylum found new life as the Village at Traverse City, home to wine-makers, coffee roasters and condo dwellers.
Read more… 26 April 2011


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