Why use a camera to capture your memories when you could use a needle and thread? For Maria Zamyatina, embroidery is the best way to remember the many places she has visited.
A decade ago, in 2013, artist Bruno Catalano made headlines when he unveiled ten life-size bronze sculptures (known collectively as “Les Voyageurs” or “The Travelers”), each depicting a person with portions of their bodies missing.
Although Idaho’s official nickname is “The Gem State,” most people don’t think of precious stones when considering it. Instead, they envision everyone’s favorite carbohydrate: potatoes.
Auguste Rodin’s famous marble sculpture, “The Kiss,” is one of the world’s most renowned examples of carnal love demonstrated through art. Many people are familiar with the statue, which features two nude lovers kissing passionately, but they don’t know its surprising and somewhat sordid history.
Oregon is well-known for its stunning scenery, from picturesque coastlines to fresh green forests. For those looking for a cozy and quiet place to spend time in the Pacific Northwest, The Cocoon Cottage Airbnb is one of the best spots to book.
Rakotzbrücke is often called the Devil’s Bridge because of its somewhat sinister history. Local folklore says that the devil helped to build the bridge. He then offered to assist people across it on the condition that the first soul to cross belonged to him.
When most people think of a European vacation destination, Slovenia isn’t the first country to come to mind. However, Slovenia, particularly Bled Island, has something for everybody, from delicious food to stunning architecture.
Japan is home to some of the world’s most intriguing architectural designs, as well as a variety of historical monuments and sculptures. For those who want to enjoy a bit of whimsy while exploring the country’s attractions, a trip to the Otagi Nenbutsu-ji temple is essential.
Mexico is full of beautiful and unique lodging options for travelers. However, “Casa Tiny,” designed by the architect Aranza de Ariño and made from concrete and native hardwood, has an exceptionally distinct appearance.
Located near the town of Bingen, the Mouse Tower (or “Mäuseturm” in German) is one of the Rhine River’s many toll stations. According to German folklore, however, it has a compelling and somewhat troubling history.