No, this isn't Superman's Fortress of Solitude. But the Cave of Crystals beneath the Mexican desert is every bit as otherworldly.
This water kingdom in southern Iraq was almost destroyed by Saddam Hussein – and its unique woven reed architecture along with it. But now they're both making a comeback.
Where there are Americans, there are bowling alleys. Even at the end of the Earth.
Honey hunters in Nepal have one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. And as these photos show, they also have one of the most scenic. Sadly, though, their days might be numbered.
In the wettest place on Earth, bridges made of wood and metal rust and fall apart. So the locals came up with an alternative: build them out of living trees.
An amusement park at the bottom of a Transylvanian mine is the perfect place to while away your eternal life.
Exploring the Tasmanian wilds is a common daydream at the Smith office. But watching Anthony O’Hearn – a.k.a. the Canyon Chaser – do his thing is giving us a particularly bad case of itchy feet.
Veteran mountain climber Reinhold Messner has spent over a decade transforming the summits of northern Italy into an incredible six-venue ode to the sport. And it’s pretty incredible.
Another day, another lost City of Atlantis to discover. This one's a 1300-year-old city at the bottom of a lake in China, and it's making us want to put our bathing suits on.
A moving short film about a man who got on his bike, rode south and didn't stop.
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