• The Royal Residence: Buckingham Palace

    April 29 2011 11:46 AM EDT

    In the light of this morning’s royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, here is a look at the famous Buckingham Palace, which has served as the official residence of the British monarch since 1837.

  • How to make furniture

    March 18 2011 4:39 PM EDT

    Woodworking Information : How to Bend Wood to Make Furniture

  • Trichet, President of the European Central Bank (ECB) addresses the media during his monthly news conference at the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt
    Japanese House by K2-design

    March 18 2011 4:05 PM EDT

    This wooden house is located in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima and designed by K2-Design.

  • Visitors walk in Pompeii, the famous city next to Naples which was destroyed in AD 79 by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius.
    Buried in ash, Pompeii exhibit comes alive in NYC

    March 06 2011 1:30 PM EST

    The ancient Roman city of Pompeii that got buried under volcanic ash from Mount Vesuvius, which erupted about 2,000 years ago, is now on display in the form of an exhibit at Discovery Times Square museum in New York City.

  • Drilling Thousands of Screws for Unusual 3D Mural Portraits

    February 28 2011 12:52 PM EST

    With the help of thousands of screws, Andrew Myres, a 31-year-old artist from Orange County, California, manages to mind-blowing portraits. According to Etsicommunication, the idea struck Andrew while working in a church a few years back

  • World’s Longest Sea Bridge in China : The Qingdao Haiwan Bridge

    January 13 2011 6:32 PM EST

    The world's longest cross sea bridge has been revealed by China, proving once again how technology and economics are the strongest points of its economy.

  • Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute gets $10 million gift

    January 12 2011 3:31 AM EST

    Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute received a $10 million donation from philanthropists, Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch, said in a statement on Tuesday.

  • Tiffany major glass works go on permanent display in Florida museum

    January 04 2011 8:47 AM EST

    Visitors to Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art in Winter Park, Florida will get a chance to admire one of the last, major artworks of American artist Louis Comfort Tiffany, known for his leaded glass works, as the museum will put out the artist’s works on permanent display next month.

  • Construction of Royal Mecca Clock Tower in Saudi Arabia draws criticism
    Clock Tower in Mecca draws criticism

    December 31 2010 7:31 AM EST

    The recent architectural developments surrounding the Grand Mosque in Mecca, regarded as the holiest site of the Muslim world, particularly in connection with the recently developed Royal Mecca Clock Tower have sparked off heated debates.