View mode
Your search returned 93 results.
Mosul, Iraq

Al-Hadba’ Minaret

Once a landmark of Mosul, the al-Hadba' Minaret was ignominiously destroyed, leaving the future of the site uncertain.
Parque del Este. Photo: Wilfredorrh, Flickr
Caracas, Venezuela

Parque del Este

The Brazilian landscape architect Robert Burle Marx harmoniously integrated urban design, architecture, and nature at Parque del Este in the densely populated and developed city of Caracas.
Ga-Segonyana / Kuruman, South Africa

Wonderwerk Cave

Wonderwerk Cave emerges from the plains of northeastern South Africa, opening on the northern side into the ancient cavity.
Republic of Karakalpakstan/Elli-Kala District & Beruni District, Uzbekistan

Desert Castles of Ancient Khorezm

Along the many tributaries of the Amu-dar'ya River, the Desert Castles of Ancient Khorezm emerge from the arid, sandy plains of central Uzbekistan.
Scottsdale, United States

Taliesin West

Seamlessly woven into the rugged terrain of the American southwest, Frank Lloyd Wright observed that Taliesin West belonged to the Arizona desert as though it had stood there during creation.
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

St. Louis Cemetery No. 2

Opened in 1823, St. Louis Cemetery No. 2 is located in the Faubourg Tremé, a neighborhood developed in the early 19th century and occupied predominantly by the city's "free people of color".
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Phillis Wheatley Elementary School

Floating above Creole cottages and Victorian shotgun houses of the Tremé/Lafitte neighborhood of New Orleans is the glass-and-steel Phillis Wheatley Elementary School.
Connecticut, United States

The Bridges of the Merritt Parkway

The Merritt Parkway allows drivers to escape the sprawling, speeding, surging interstates nearby as it meanders through small towns and the countryside.
Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Atlanta-Fulton Central Public Library

The Atlanta-Fulton Central Public Library opened under the leadership of Ella Gaines Yates, the first African American director of the city’s public library system.
Nansana, Wakiso District, Uganda

Wamala King’s Tombs

Kabaka Suuna II was King of Buganda, the largest of the traditional territories that now make up the nation of Uganda.