Art Is Everywhere A giant sculpture by British artist Mark Quinn on display at Fondazione Giorgio Cini on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore...

Art Is Everywhere A giant sculpture by British artist Mark Quinn on display at Fondazione Giorgio Cini on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore...

MONTREAL, Canada – Habitat 67 – I stood at this very spot last month... very unusual architecture.

An Architect's Tour of Montreal

MONTREAL, Canada – Habitat 67 – I stood at this very spot last month... very unusual architecture.

15 Great Adventures | Welcome to Bagan, Myanmar | FATHOM

15 Great Adventures | Welcome to Bagan, Myanmar | FATHOM

The SS Hangover at the Venice Biennale, running through Nov 24th 2013 | FATHOM Travel Blog and Travel Guides

Impressions from the Venice Biennale

The SS Hangover at the Venice Biennale, running through Nov 24th 2013 | FATHOM Travel Blog and Travel Guides

Jewish Quarter, Jerusalem

You Don't Need to Believe in a Higher Power to Make a Pilgrimage to Israel

San Ildefonso | Little Black Book: The Tequilera's Mexico City | FATHOM Travel Blog and Travel Guides #CasaDragones

The Tequilera's Mexico City Guide

San Ildefonso | Little Black Book: The Tequilera's Mexico City | FATHOM Travel Blog and Travel Guides #CasaDragones

An Open Mind in a Closed Country: Images of North Korea | Workers Party Foundation Monument | FATHOM

An Open Mind in a Closed Country: Images of North Korea | Workers Party Foundation Monument | FATHOM

You literally need to go up in the clouds to find the strangest castle, the eccentric Palácio Nacional da Pena in Sintra, Portugal. It's only an hour away from Lisbon's clear skies, pretty azulejos, and seaside flair. The royal palace was built by an amateur German architect in the middle of the Romantic period. The construction is said to be Neo-Gothic, Neo-Manueline, Neo-Islamic, and Neo-Renaissance. In reality, it's quite chaotic and unbalanced, fascinating at times, pretty kitsch at…

Train Your Eyes on Portugal

You literally need to go up in the clouds to find the strangest castle, the eccentric Palácio Nacional da Pena in Sintra, Portugal. It's only an hour away from Lisbon's clear skies, pretty azulejos, and seaside flair. The royal palace was built by an amateur German architect in the middle of the Romantic period. The construction is said to be Neo-Gothic, Neo-Manueline, Neo-Islamic, and Neo-Renaissance. In reality, it's quite chaotic and unbalanced, fascinating at times, pretty kitsch at…

Caballeros y Guapas: 12 Portraits of Latin America | Cartagena, Colombia | FATHOM

Caballeros y Guapas: 12 Portraits of Latin America | Cartagena, Colombia | FATHOM

InstaTrip: 15 Ways to Get Active in Far-Flung Places | Tel Aviv | FATHOM

InstaTrip: 15 Ways to Get Active in Far-Flung Places | Tel Aviv | FATHOM

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