Marveling At Manarola, Italy


One of the smallest towns in the Cinque Terre, Manarola’s pastel-painted buildings are a gem on the Mediterranean Sea.

Enchanting El Chaltén


Forged in 1985 to end a border dispute with Chile, Argentina’s El Chaltén exists today solely for tourism purposes.

Russia’s Most Astonishing Architecture

Sutyagin House


Source: MCarlock,

Former gangster Nikolai Sutyagin called this “wooden skyscraper” home before it was destroyed earlier this year. The family home was 13 stories high and was built over 15 years. It was dubbed a fire hazard in 2008 and condemned to demolition in 2009.


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Source: Urban Rail,

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