Space aside, the Age of Exploration is long ended. We spend most of our lives in cities, confident that the world has been thoroughly mapped, tagged, and GPS’d. But some of the most interesting people and places in North America are found far outside of the urban core. BLDGBLOG’s Geoff Manaugh and Edible Geography’s Nicola Twilley are setting out to explore that landscape.
*A visit to Orhan Pamuk’s new museum — among other things.
“After my lecture, as I was about to set out in search of The Works, a French student approached me to mention a nearby museum called The Museum of Innocence, founded by the Turkish novelist and Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk. It sounded marvelous and …
Posted: Mon Apr 30, 2012 8:28 am (GMT -7)
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Astronauts living and working in space rely on the International Space Station as their port of call. The iconic ISS is a modern engineering triumph, zipping around the Earth every 90 minutes at a height of 200 miles above the surface.
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