Valentine's Day wouldn't be the same without the sayings on Sweethearts candy.
A marriage tradition on this island is a gift of antique elephant tusks.
An ancient Roman aqueduct transported water to this town. Now it brings history.
Humans destroyed and then resurrected the world's fourth largest inland lake.
Breaking up large ships for recycling and resale is a dangerous job for workers.
The world's tallest building has much more to recommend it than just height.
Watch out for peacocks if you come to this town in Florida. They're everywhere.
The Great Wall of China was built as protection from northern invading forces.
Curling is popular both as a winter sport on ice and as a social occasion.
The Kombai build their homes high up in the trees, many feet off of the ground.
Jollibee is a restaurant chain that has expanded beyond its original borders.
A meteor crashed into the earth and created a crater full of impact diamonds.
Every evening, a busy street transforms itself into an open-air restaurant.
Finding transportation in a bustling city usually requires sharing a ride.
Local fishermen perch on crossed sticks to catch seafood for their families.
The Highland Games are in many locations to honor Scotland's cultural heritage.
The Bajau people live, work, and raise their families entirely on the water.
Chocolate has a long history as a hot beverage before it became a sweet treat.
A large province in northwest China has a diverse culture and beautiful scenery.
When termites start to consume a Mofu house, army ants come to the rescue.
The Atacama Desert may look like another planet but humans can live there.
This 7.8-mile cable car takes passengers on a ride to the top of a mountain.
A boarding school educates students in cooking as well as traditional subjects.
Ring Road circles the scenic coastline to hit many tourist attractions.