Travel blogger KNYCX takes us to the heart of the old city that has been the cultural center of Scotland for centuries.
These medieval-era buildings were captured in a magnificent photo from the very end of the 19th century.
The table is laid for an early 19th century style banquet where you'd expect to see nobility and royalty. Not so much anymore.
This church, which stood here since the 1500s, was demolished in 1848 to make room for a railway station, but not before this last photo was taken.
Robert Horvat has been doing a great new series on his blog: inviting guests to write about their 5 favorite streets (or places) in the [...]
No less than two people, dead for nearly 2,000 years, have been pulled out of this muddy field in Cheshire. What happened to them?
Britain's shocking vote to leave the European Union may be a sea change for Europe and the world, and not in a good way.
You can't find a more classic 18th century upper crust locale than this English location.
The roots of this amazing library stretch back more than 500 years.
Scholars have been coming to this room since 1857 to consult some of the greatest books ever written.