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Photographer Richard Silver captures the ambience of the 'blue hour' — the magical time between daylight and darkness — with these beautifully spliced landscape images.
Giant, man-made food rises high along the American roadside, if you know where to look.
With its looming mountain ranges, sweeping grassland steppes and enormous glaciers, Patagonia will leave you wondering, 'Is this place even real?'
The U.S. may be a relative newcomer in the realm of world architecture, but these sites date back further than you might think.
About 20% of us have a genetic propensity that may compel us toward adventure and exploration.
Better hurry if you want to visit — the ocean could reclaim it in just a few months.
This 13,699-mile journey makes stops at 50 U.S. landmarks — but you'll need some serious time off to complete it.
For many college students, a volunteer vacation can mean helping the less fortunate or saving the environment.
The mounds and plazas of this pre-Columbian settlement in Illinois were once teeming with as many as 20,000 people.
'Life is good' in Costa Rica — and the locals (and the tourists) just want to share that optimistic vibe.
These stairways are a pleasure to walk up — outdoor flights that pass through gorgeous natural scenery or climb colorful urban landscapes.
Tourism board advises folks to visit Key West instead and come back to N.Y. in the spring.
Beyond the stereotypes, visitors find thriving beach resorts, charming historic towns and scenic natural areas.
Sure, Mardi Gras is fun, but now it's time to sober up and explore all the other amazing places Louisiana has to offer.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of the most beautiful waterside settlements in the world.
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