By Richard Arghiris
Imagine a city without a center, a capital without people. Isolated for more than a decade, Myanmar’s capital is a virtual ghost town, and it’s only just being documented by the outside world now.
A seemingly ordinary exterior can conceal the most extraordinary of destinations. Hidden behind secret doors, these 10 bars are categorically awesome, but you wouldn’t know it from the outside.
With displays ranging from disfigured human remains in jars to slices of Einstein’s brain, the Mütter Museum of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia certainly isn’t a place for the squeamish.
If you like the idea of gourmet food with a garnish of vertigo, you’ll love these restaurants in dizzying locations around the globe. Here are 15 restaurant views that are simply to dine for.
From ground level, the ancient city of Pushkar in Rajasthan is a busy, dusty, noisy city, but seen from a hot air balloon it is both tranquil and beautiful.
In this ancient desert oasis city on the Silk Road, traditional mud brick buildings are rapidly disappearing in the name of modernization.
Once a year, fire breathers from all over Europe gather at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris to showcase their dazzling but potentially highly dangerous acts.
The phenomenon of Torontohenge may be seen four times per year, weather permitting. In April 2012, cloudy weather made images from King Street West less than perfect.
Hiroshima will forever be associated with the horror of nuclear warfare, yet today it is a site of peace and hope.