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These spectacular sites are sure to inspire royals fans and wanderlusters alike.
Given the iconic Bavarian-style of The Castle Hotel, you might think you were in the hills of Germany’s Black Forest. But
Adare, watercolor on paper 9" x 12" I have a major museum commission for MASS MoCA , but before I came back to my New York
Thornbury Castle, watercolor on paper I always look forward to painting on site (despite all the inconveniences and distractions
Forget about the glimmering castles you know from fairy tales and Disney movies. Here, you’ll find shrieking ghosts, immortal
I always find Tintagel Castle, on the rugged coast in Southwest England, evocative and brooding...especially in gloomy weather
The sun is setting on the foothills of the Alps. Overseeing vast meadows with tiny lanes and lazy cows is the fairy-tale
After my trip to Prague, I didn't want to leave. I knew Switzerland was next and I was excited for that - but Prague has
The very eccentric Ferdinand Cheval (his real name) built a striking palace entirely made of pebbles he collected on his postal work route. He was a modest 19th-century postman in the town of Hauterives, in the Drome region, a rural and remote part of France
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Walt Disney couldn't have dreamed up a more charming fairytale city than Segovia, Spain. Pass beneath the ruins of its massive Roman aqueduct, to discover an ancient walled city filled with medieval squares, soaring churches, and a storybook castle.
We went to Faro, Lisbon, & Sintra. Faro is at the bottom of Portugal and is a super cute fishing town. I had the best salmon of my life in Faro. Lisbon is HUGE and filled with some seriously awesome graffiti, a kick ass aquarium and funky streets everywhere.
The massive castle dates back to the year 1110.
Part street show, part fine art, Kevin created Dance as Art - The New York Photography Project as a public celebration of
They loom large in our imaginations either as the one-time residences of European kings and queens or as places where crowds gather and snap a selfie with Mickey (we're looking at you, Disney!). Yet there are castles all over the United States.
The Frankenstein family died out in 1602. The castle fell into ruin in the 19th century and, along with many ruined castles of Germany, became inspiration for poets, authors, and artists traveling through the country during the Romantic area.