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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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Modern Designs Steeped in Mexican Tradition

For her line, Jaline Designs, Jacqueline Lopez creates current pieces using old-school techniques.

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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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Luis Barragan's Colorful Mexico City Home

The DF's famous, long-time resident was an architectural minimalist and color maximalist.

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How Punta Mita Remained a Low-Key Gem

It avoided a dreaded spring break, Señor Frogs fate thanks in large part to its welcoming, unpretentious locals.

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The Edible Wonders of the Mexico City Subway System

A visual tour of the staggering array of food underneath the streets.

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This 57-Story Concrete Tower in Mexico is Designed to Bend, Not Break

It's Mexico's tallest building and the world's tallest exposed concrete structure.

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.