For such a small island country, Malta reflects a wide variety of architectural styles, from Arab to Spanish to Modern.
For a non-religious guy, I became fascinated by religious art in college. Specifically, I was enamored with Italian Renaissance and medieval art and architecture. Spending an hour or two per day in a dark classroom, looking at slides of the Virgin Mary, Christ, crucifixions and the churches and cathedrals that housed them made me happy. When I traveled […]
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An interesting section of the Tokyo skyline, bathed in the orange glow of sunset.
Built in 1957, the Tokyo Tower was inspired by none other than the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Playing with perspective, an architect creates a skyscraper that appears two-dimensional in Singapore.
If you find yourself northwest of Bucharest, Castle Peles is a must see.
This random shot from a corner angle immediately became my favorite view of the Taj Mahal.