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Bangkok Art and Culture Center
Circles within circles fill the view looking up inside the Bangkok Art and Culture Center. The facility, in Bangkok’s midtown, is a center for the contemporary arts, with events, programs, and places to gather.
Canyonlands National Park, Utah
At Canyonlands National Park in Utah, the Shafer Trail leads along a promontory above canyons gouged from miles of layered stone. In late afternoon, the rocks seem to ignite in the low angle of the setting sun.
Church of the Resurrection, St. Petersburg
A fanciful side of Russian architecture is reflected in lavish mosaics gracing the Church of the Resurrection, built where Tsar Alexander II was assassinated in 1881. The church is a crown jewel in St. Petersburg, Russia’s most beautiful city.
A boy checks his cell phone at a market stall in the ancient city of Fez, Morocco, founded around A.D. 800. At its famed souks, vendors sell food, spices, medicinal plants, and more.
Flamingos in Ethiopia
Flamingos nearly cover the surface of Lake Abijatta in Ethiopia, a popular destination for birders in East Africa. In addition to Lake Abijatta, the country is home to the rolling savannas and plains of Awash National Park and the wet woodlands and high-elevation habitats of Bale Mountains National Park.
Howe Sound, British Columbia
Low clouds obscure peaks above Howe Sound in Cypress Provincial Park. South of the park—which covers 7,443 acres in British Columbia—is the city of Vancouver.
King Penguins on South Georgia Island
King penguins crowd the shores of South Georgia Island. This remote British outpost in the far South Atlantic is a haven for millions of animals, including seabirds and seals—and some 450,000 pairs of king penguins.
Marlborough, New Zealand
Vineyards crisscross the sunny Wairau Valley in Marlborough, New Zealand’s premier wine-growing district. The sun-drenched, sheltered plains of the valley, with its long autumns and crisp winters, produce a unique grape and more than 70 percent of New Zealand’s wine.
On the Inca Trail, Peru
Many visitors to Machu Picchu choose to get there the way the ancient Inca did—on foot. The legendary Inca Trail winds through Peru’s Andes Mountains and along the path of the ancient royal highway. More than 75,000 people make the trek each year.
The opulent grand foyer of the Palais-Garnier, built under Napoleon III, dazzles. Once the home of the Paris Opera, it now primarily features ballet. The building’s interior is filled with gold leaf, precious stones, frescoes, and marble.