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Lightning Strikes Chicago

Lightning Strikes Chicago

While commonly known as the Windy City, Chicago is also susceptible to quite the torrential downpour.
Watching Cities Grow

Watching Cities Grow

Beginning in 1800, this animated map features the growth and dissemination of populations throughout the United States.
The Vast Skyline Of Vancouver

The Vast Skyline Of Vancouver

Housing over 2.3 million people in its Metropolitan area, Vancouver is the most densely populated Canadian municipality among those with 5,000 or more residents.
A Sweet Manhattan Skyline

A Sweet Manhattan Skyline

With views like this, the sky-high cost of living is almost worth it.
Marveling At Manarola, Italy

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.
The Dramatic Transformation Of Hong Kong’s Skyline

The Dramatic Transformation Of Hong Kong’s Skyline

With its soaring buildings, one would never think that Hong Kong began its days as a humble fishing village.
Brussels’ Magic Carpet

Brussels’ Magic Carpet

No, you can't fly it. In 2008 the main square of the veritable capital of Europe was covered in over 70,000 begonias.
A Sublime Super Moon Over New York City

A Sublime Super Moon Over New York City

Occasionally, Earth's moon gets much closer to the planet than normal. And on these nights, a pale, pearly moon isn't the companion of the world's night owls-- rather, it's a large and fiery one.
Daylight In Dubai

Daylight In Dubai

Located within the United Arab Emirates, Dubai's futuristic cityscape has garnered international attention and admiration for being the home of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
A Peek At Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower

A Peek At Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower

Covered by clouds, Shanghai's Oriental Pearl Tower is the tallest building in China excluding one in Taiwan.
A Bird’s Eye View Of San Francisco

A Bird’s Eye View Of San Francisco

While the city often presents itself as a haven for eccentrics and nonconformists, San Francisco's straightforward grid system structure suggests something a bit less avant garde.