The main drag of the capital of a tiny Himalayan country offers a feast for the eye and mind.
I know very little about this uninhabited cay in the Bahamas, which looks very pretty, but it must have a history of some kind.
It was here that "Moose Murders," a play so bad it closed after one performance, premiered--and closed--in 1983.
This island's most famous resident, marooned here from 1704 to 1709, was not technically shipwrecked, and in fact stayed by choice--though he regretted it.
A devastating earthquake in 1693 made permanent rubble out of this Sicilian town that had existed as a community since the Bronze Age.
This lonely wreckage in the city of Bhopal, India is the site of the world's worst industrial accident.
A city-wide fire started in the basement of the building that used to be on this site.
This cool but creepy museum sits abandoned and derelict, following a tragic environmental disaster.
There's no hurry to get to your gate at Nicosia--the last flight left here in 1977.
The first deaths of World War II in Europe occurred here on August 31, 1939.