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From Europe's smallest castle to a fortress built into a cliff, these unique castles all break the mold.
In 1977, climber George Willig decided his next great challenge would be scaling 110 stories in lower Manhattan.
Civil engineer Siswanti Zuraida built a concrete structure using diapers that would otherwise sit in a landfill for decades, making for a literal brick sh-t house.
Let’s go inside the mysterious infrastructure that stores our water.
The Great Wall of China is one of the oldest, largest, and most celebrated achievements of human ingenuity, but there are still a few things you might not know about China’s ancient landmark.
On March 31, 1889, the Eiffel Tower—which was built as an entrance arch for the World's Fair—opened to the public.
One of them is still under construction.
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While there are many beautiful libraries in the world, there are also a number of more unique ones—from creative architectural wonders to libraries that aren’t housed within buildings at all.
From Chinese checkers and Panama hats to koala bears and king crabs, and beyond, these names aren't quite what they seem.
Once celebrated by millions, these events were later derided as "architectural beauty pageants" and have largely fallen out of favor. What happened?
The war in Ukraine is having more unintended consequences, including a new lights-out policy at one of the world's most famous attractions.
To some people, the size of a city’s buildings is just as important as the size of its population.
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If the Golden Ratio is your metric, the most beautiful city in the world is in Italy.
Here's how an interesting regional design quirk became a focus of superstition.
Fibonacci developed his theory based on rabbit population growth, but you'll find the golden ratio in everything from flowers to outer space.
LA renters have come to expect they'll need to BYOF (Bring Your Own Fridge) when renting. Here's why.
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