In Defence of Clutter: The American Castle of a Renaissance Hoarder
Fonthill Castle © Karl Graf Forget the great and gaudy Hearst Castle – why don't they talk about Fonthill Castle? Now that's a house worth seeing. Some might call him America's first hoarder, but for any aspiring collector or lover of eclectic arts, Pennsylvania's most underrated treasure is an a
The Best Romantic Movie For Every Valentine's Day Mood
These Valentine's Day movies—some comedy, some tragedy—will have you feeling all the feels (and sometimes ugly-sobbing right into your oversize knit blanket). So sit back, relax, and have those tissues ready!
Behind you !
The Terracotta Army, XI`an, China. They were originally sculptured and set out in battle formation ( rows of 4, interspersed with horses and chariots) and between the rows of warriors the earth mounds supported the timber roor. Over the years since they were first made ( about 2200 years) they have been vandalised and burnt as the Dynasties fell, then the timber roof failed and earth filled the trenches, hiding the Army until they were discovered in 1974. At the front of the display are…