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Built to provide a stable habitat for marine life, these underwater structures also make great places to scuba dive.
Plopped down in moss-covered lava field, Iceland's ION Luxury Adventure Hotel requires that guests respect the otherworldly landscape that surrounds the property ... and interact with it.
National Geographic shines a spotlight on its best travel photos of 2013, a stunning collection accumulated over the past year.
Little pieces of the German heartland can be found in the Pacific Northwest, Central Plains, Upper Midwest, and even the Southeast.
From a falcon and fish to a fake leg and a frog, welcome to the cabinet of curiosities otherwise known as an airline's lost-and-found department.
In the museum Strataca, visitors visit an active salt mine 650 feet underground.
We sent our reporter on a really difficult assignment: Spend a week in Fiji. She returned with a tale of a remarkably sustainable island.
Video: A group of Siberian percussionists have found a unique instrument: the frozen waves of a lake.
Athletes test the limits of the human body in the most extreme places on Earth.
Scientists are trying to figure out why the popular tourist destination has gone dark.
Some of the smallest nations on Earth are also the most interesting.
Will the Morph seat make it to an airplane near you?
Karl Bushby has been walking for 15 years, and he has 16,000 miles left to go.
The once-sleepy town is now a thriving tourist hotspot, but some residents have had enough.
EBCF, a Brazilian company dedicated to wildlife conservation and poverty reduction, will send 15 doctors and nurses into the Amazon.
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