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These brilliant gypsum dunes are the largest in the world and near the site of the first atomic bomb detonation in 1945. They're also renowned for their Instagram-ready landscapes. Our writer went for a visit.
The twisting trail wasn’t the most direct route, but its heart-pounding ascents past other ceremonial sites built suspense for the final reveal.
From the beginning, this project was mired in political infighting, lack of funds and construction delays. Sounds familiar? Find out more intriguing facts about the Washington Monument.
Our writer shares her experience of hiking Spain's el Caminito del Rey, once considered the world's most dangerous path. It was closed for 15 years after five people died on it and reopened in 2015 as a new, improved attraction.
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The Statue of Liberty has symbolized freedom across the world for more than a century. But there's a lot more to Lady Liberty's story.
Lady Liberty has stood in New York Harbor for more than a century, symbolizing freedom to the millions of refugees who have emigrated to the shores of the United States.
It could be your last chance to check out the colossal statues of the first 43 presidents' heads — yes, heads.
The island of Ilha da Queimada Grande off the coast of Brazil is home to an estimated 2,000 to 4,000 venomous snakes, which translates to about one snake every 3 feet. Watch where you step.
HowStuffWorks sails with Royal Caribbean to see how North America's tallest waterslide, Daredevil's Peak, works!
Thousands of people died trying to cross it over the decades. Even today, it's not a trip for the faint-hearted.
The $50 million facility was designated as the country's official cultural institution for comedy by the U.S. Congress. So what's inside?
HowStuffWorks heads to Historic Banning Mills, the world's largest zip line canopy park, to learn the science behind how zip line courses speed through the trees.
You might think it's impossible to fit a week's worth of clothes into a carry-on, but with our packing tips, it's a piece of cake.
Not every national park is a traffic jam like Yellowstone. Some barely get any visitors. Which parks are these and why do they get so little love?
It may not get you to Hogwarts, but it's still fun to take your picture there.
India's Supreme Court ordered the government to either tear down the Taj Mahal or spend the money to restore it properly. Why is repairing famous landmarks such an uphill battle?
The World Heritage Committee added 19 new sites: 13 cultural, three natural and three mixed sites to its list, bringing the total number to more than 1,000 in 167 countries.
When you hit the beach this summer, don't forget to bring good beach etiquette.
Find out who has the oldest, the fastest, and most dangerous roller coasters with our quiz.
HowStuffWorks headed to the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee for some exploring and discovery in a new 2018 Chevy Traverse, fully equipped with amazing navigational features including Apple CarPlay and OnStar, great for our adventures courtesy of our partners at Chevrolet.
You don't have to travel to Greece to see the Parthenon; there's a full-scale replica in Nashville, Tennessee.
National parks are for everyone, and though nudity isn't technically prohibited, please don't scare the bears.
Treasure hunting may be dangerous, but it sure is super exciting. Here are five treasures people are hunting down right now.
Since 2010, at least four deaths in the Rocky Mountains are thought to be related to a treasure hunt started by a reclusive millionaire named Forrest Fenn.
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