In the Details
Look closer. Often overlooked and under-appreciated, we turn our attention to the small details that make a big impact. Magnifying glass optional.
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Howard M. Metzenbaum United States Courthouse
An artifact of the "City Beautiful"movement, this courtroom can only be described as "royale."
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
A grand organ's renovated concert space is housed in an unexpected institution.
Taipei City, Taiwan
The Grand Hotel Taipei
This lodging and its antiquities can be yours to behold for a cool $5,500 per night.
The largest labyrinth in Argentina boasts nine entrances for visitors to enter its maze.
A shrine where the living venerate the spiritual world through sake offerings.
Marina Di Carrara
Known not only for its iconic white and blue-gray marble but also as a seaside resort
Nearly 500 years of history embedded into its walls.
Find street vendors, snake charmers, and a former execution square in Marrakesh's famed Medina Quarter.
The ship has a capacity for 300 passengers and has carried princes and presidents.
New York, New York, United States
Nom Wah Tea Parlor
Opened in 1920, it is the oldest continuously running restaurant in Chinatown.AWA Visted Here
Philadelphia, Pennslyvania, United States
Hahnemann University Hospital
The hospital was named after Samuel Hahnemann, physician and founder of homeopathy, which provided a significant shift in early 19th century medicine and how physicians approached treating disease.
Totaling 94 acres, this massive fortress made of red sandstone was the former residence and capital city of India's medieval Mughal Dynasty.
St. Pete Beach, Florida, United States
Don CeSar Hotel
Known as the Pink Palace, the Don Cesar Hotel was a destination among America's rich and famous during the Jazz Age.
Brighton, United Kingdom
This museum was originally built as a summer palace for King George IV.
Built in 575 BC, the Ishtar Gate was conceived as part of a grand processional way into the city of Babylon.
After being deliberately walled up in the 18th century, these royal tombs were rediscovered in 1917.
Kek Lok Si Temple
Featuring thousands of images and sculptures of Buddha, the Kek Lok Si Temple is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia.
Old Waverley Hotel
The Old Waverley Hotel is a former temperance hotel located in Edinburgh's famed Princes Street.
Kazinczy Street Synagogue
Along with its significance as a center of traditional Orthodox Jewish life, the Synagogue is noted for its decidedly Art Nouveau architecture.
Chambers of the Romanov Boyars
Former residence of Russia's early elite, the Chambers are now a museum depicting 17th century life in Russia.
Offering an array of gardens, royal buildings, and collections of Iranian crafts and European gifts, the Palace represents a spectrum of Iranian history and architecture that certified its place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site being one of Tehran’s oldest monuments.
Ella, Sri Lanka
Kital Ella Railway Station
The Kital Ella Railway Station offers daily transportation and sits at 1,091 meters above sea level. It is the final before riders ascend to Ella Rock where historic landmarks and enticing environments are found.
London, United Kingdom
The invention of the letter slot dates back to 1840s England, but wasn't patented until 1892 by George Becket of Providence, Rhode Island.
Phuket was once on the major trading routes between India and China and is now a popular tourist renowned for its plethora of beautiful islands and beaches.
The name of this historic fortification surrounding Jaipur means "The Abode of Tigers".
This public square of the ancient city of Samarkand is surrounded by three madrasas.
Bridgeport, Connecticut, USA
Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Ferry
This ferry service was founded by circus impresario P.T. Barnum and his longtime friend Captain Charles E. Tooker.
Washington, D.C., USA
National Museum of African American History and Culture
The National Museum of African American History and Culture underwent decades of development before it was passed as the first federally-owned African American museum in the U.S.
Established in 1994, this telecommunications service brought the first public telephone network to Turkey.
Icelandic Coast Guard Vessel Ooinn
The ICGV Ooinn, named after Norse mythology, once monitored the waters around Iceland for more than half a century.
Harlem, New York, USA
This relied-upon commuter rail transports passengers between New York City and the northern suburbs in New York and Connecticut.
Although construction of this cathedral started in 1137, St. Stephen's as we know it today wasn't completed for over 800 years.
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA
This organ designed by Belgian musician Firmin Swinnen creates music with the help of of 10,010 pipes.
This cruise ship has been hosting rock-themed cruises since 2012.