Posts tagged "architecture"
Manhattanhenge: NYC even does its sunsets in style

Manhattanhenge: NYC even does its sunsets in style

Native New Yorkers seem to possess a kind of devotion to their city that goes beyond the usual hometown pride (for comedic insight into the NYC mindset, check out this map of the United States as seen by a New Yorker). So events like Manhattanhenge, when heavenly bodies align to cast a mathematically perfect glow... read more
Hidden Gems: Rome’s Square Colosseum

Hidden Gems: Rome’s Square Colosseum

{The Square Colosseum. So creepy. Even a photo of it gives me chills.} Of the 30 million people who visit Rome each year, most go to see the legacies of the Emperors and Popes. And when you’re busy wishing at fountains and craning your neck to gawk at paintings on ceilings, it’s easy to forget... read more