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Walk along the lagoon and columns of this venue. Meant to recall Roman ruins, it was constructed for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition.
Passion is a fine dining restaurant created by Martin Berasategui that uses local ingredients of the Mexican Caribbean.
Michael O'Neill, known for photos of famous people, tells the story of yoga at in the modern world.
Now the home of the Melbourne Opera, the Athenaeum was the first venue in Australia to screen talking pictures.
These historic 18th century interiors are covered with frescoes by master painter Giambattista Tiepolo.
Built in 1926 as a silent movie house, the Lyric underwent a significant restoration 2005-2014 to give it new life as a live theater.
This piece shows 176 portraits made of Lego bricks depicting people from around the world imprisoned for their beliefs or affiliations.
The Detroit Industry fresco cycle by Mexican muralist Diego Rivera is tribute to Detroit's manufacturing base and labor force of the 1930s.
This major springtime exhibition features 143 galleries and 22 countries around the theme of discovery. South Korea was the guest of honor.
A trick of perspective makes objects in this room look unusual sizes. Walk behind the scenes in this visual illusion.
This is where the Exploratorium creates and tests their interactive exhibits. Many machines date to the 1940s.
Explore the history of wooden sculpture in Undine from the 12th through the 18th century in this gallery at the Diocesan Museum of Undine.