Monemvasia is a Gibraltar-like rocky island off the east coast of the Peloponnese, in Greece, and linked to the mainland by a short causeway.
There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile. He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile.
The May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, a volcano located in state of Washington, was one of the most destructive events in the history of the United States.
Three sisters have unleashed a new life into the streets of the small Taiwanese village of Huija with a series of colourful murals.
Eski Kermen is a medieval town located just 6 km from Mangupa, in the Bakhchisaray region in Crimea. The town is located atop one of the flat-topped mountains called mesa, which are normal for this part of Crimea, and is famous for its more than 300 caves.
If highway speed limits of 70-80 miles per hour is too slow for you, pay a visit to Holloman Air Force Base in south-central New Mexico, in the U.S.
Many Japanese shops, restaurants and other businesses keep a little cat doll with its paw raised near their entrances.
The Ruth Glacier, in Denali National Park and Preserve in the U.S. state of Alaska, covers an enormous area in the heart of the central Alaska Range.
About 15 miles north of Blythe, just west of U.S. Highway 95 near the Colorado River, are a group of gigantic geoglyphs.
Bioparc Valencia is a small (25-acre) zoo in Valencia, Spain, with a large collection of African animals.
Every year at the end of summer, livestock herders in the state of Idaho, in the US, guide thousands of sheep through hundreds of kilometers in a route stretching from the Sawtooth Mountains in the north to the winter pastures of the Snake River Valley in the south.
Americans love two things: fast food and guns, and you will find both at Shooters Grill, a gun themed restaurant in the U.S.
The New World shopping mall in Bangkok, Thailand, has been lying abandonment and lifeless since 1997, but not quite.
Brooks Falls is a waterfall located on the Brooks River within Katmai National Park and Preserve, in Alaska, and a favorite fishing hole for Alaskan brown bears.
Photographer Vincent Laforet captured these absolutely stunning high-altitude photos of New York City at night by hanging himself out of a helicopter hovering at a staggering 7,500 feet.
During the days of the World War II, the German soldiers used to frequent a series of cafes called Soldatenkaffee (Soldier's Cafe) in Nazi-occupies Paris.
Green Bank, in Pocahontas County in West Virginia, the United States, is possibly one of the quietest residential places on earth.
Every year in the month of January, over a million people flock to the quiet town of Hwacheon to participate in the Sancheoneo Ice Festival.
Restaurants in Japan often display mouth watering food in their windows – sushi, noodles, burgers, soup, and ice cream.
The Lehe Ledu Wildlife Zoo in Chongqing city, China, is giving people a chance to experience what it feels like to come face to face predators, instead of just viewing them in cages from a safe distance.