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This is What Happens to the Coins in the Trevi Fountain

Tourists throw about $25,000 into the Roman landmark per week.

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Burning the Old Year on the Beaches of Ecuador

To say goodbye to the past year, Ecuadorians burn life-size effigies of what they hope to leave behind.

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The Mongolian Yurt is the Original Tiny House

The nomadic horsemen of the Mongolian steppe were a few thousand years ahead of the trend.

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Golden Eagles Are Treated Like Family in Mongolia’s Altai Mountains

These birds of prey are part of daily life.

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This Wild Camel Sanctuary Used to Be a Nuclear Test Site

These hardy animals thrive in a truly unforgiving landscape.

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Some of the Best Restaurants in Argentina are Illegal

And in people’s living rooms.

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Inside a Secret Boxing Club in Buenos Aires

Hidden in a basement under a busy train station, a real fight club emerges for those serious about the sport.

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In Buenos Aires, Llama Empanadas and Ostrich Hot Dogs Might Be the New Beef

The meat-loving country is going way beyond steak.

Why One French District Has Its Own Customs Agents

Welcome to the micronation of Saugeais. It's official. Sort of.

France’s Biggest Forest Was Planted by People

A million square meters of artificial forest has saved the country's marshlands.

Where Perfume Dreams Come True

At Nose, technology guides shoppers to their favorite perfume.

Paris’s New One-Stop Shop for Delicious, Innovative Pastries

Fou de Pâtisserie takes the indecision out of indulgence.

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Buenos Aires’s Sex Hotels Aim to Fulfill Every Fantasy

Pay by the hour for themed rooms that range from fun to freaky.

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How To Meet the Tree Climbing Goats of Morocco

It’s not as hard as you’d think to find the goats of Morocco’s Argan country

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How to Eat a Sheep’s Head

What do you do when your food looks back at you? Eat it with chickpeas.

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Taking on Drug Rehab in the Sahara Desert

Some people swear by isolated "adventure therapy."

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How to Snowboard Without Freezing Your Ass Off (in Morocco??)

We carve our way down some of the biggest sand dunes of the Sahara.

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Making Sweet and Savory Pigeon Pie in Fez, Morocco

This centuries-old dish can be both dinner and dessert.

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Scottish Cuisine Is Not What You Think

The coolest restaurant in Glasgow is doing incredible things with seafood.

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The Best Night Out In Glasgow

Glasgow’s nightlife scene is the most vibrant in all of Britain.

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This Private Scottish Park Feels Like an Alternate Universe

Artist Charles Jencks’s Garden of Cosmic Speculation is only open to the public once a year.

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Glasgow’s City of the Dead Is Full of Secrets

The old necropolis lures design buffs, would-be code breakers, and history sleuths.

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Why One French District Has Its Own Customs Agents

Welcome to the micronation of Saugeais. It's official. Sort of.

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Paris’s New One-Stop Shop for Delicious, Innovative Pastries

Fou de Pâtisserie takes the indecision out of indulgence.

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This Treehouse Hotel Offers a Literal Bird's-Eye View of Sweden

This is not your typical bed-and-breakfast experience.

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The World’s Longest Art Gallery Is in Stockholm’s Metro

A 65-mile tunnel decked out with murals, paintings, and sculptures.

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The Coolest Foodie Road Trip in Europe

Culinary delights on a 300-kilometer drive along Sweden’s west coast.

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The Art of Coziness, Perfected by Swedes

Scandinavians know a thing or two about making the most of cold weather.

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The Last Man in Town

Landslides forced everyone else to flee this town, but one man remains.

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Civil Rights on Two Wheels

In Atlanta, new-wave bike activism is revealing the history of the city in new ways.

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This Photographer Booked a One-Way Ticket to Mexico

This is one way to cure the winter blues.

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Inside an Eccentric Poet's Surrealist Garden of Eden

During his semi-exile in Mexico, English poet Edward James built architectural sculptures in a subtropical rainforest.

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In Nashville, Vintage Fashion Meets Emerging Designers

There's a new wave of sartorial talent in the Southern city.

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Making Artisanal Chocolate in Asheville, North Carolina

From bean to bar, the couple behind French Broad Chocolates are dedicated to their craft.

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Sumo Stew Is Traditional, Delicious, and Hugely Caloric

The carbo-loaded lunch of Japanese wrestling champions.