We're used to seeing the President's office in modern times. Here's what it looked like at the beginning of the last century.
This beautiful library room was constructed in 1773, but the library itself has existed since 1647 and represents one of the great intellectual repositories of Colonial Mexico.
What does an Art Deco bar aboard a modern ocean liner have to do with Star Trek? Possibly a lot.
Check out Nicky's digs, which he ultimately lost as a result of the Russian Revolution.
Photography pioneer George Eastman lived here from 1905 until his death in 1932.
Places like this are the essence of folk life in Norway in the 18th century.
The roots of this amazing library stretch back more than 500 years.
This hotel has made almost a full circle within the fascinating history of modern Vietnam.
Napoleon's wily foreign minister was known to crack a bottle or two down here.
Scholars have been coming to this room since 1857 to consult some of the greatest books ever written.