Chartres Cathedral is one of the great religious buildings in Europe. A 13th Century Gothic treasure, it stands as a medieval representation of Christianity in stone.
The specular light sparkling off the waters of the Aegean Sea from the Kusadasian shore will captivate you. In Ephesus, visit the sacred Home of Virgin Mary where tradition has it that Mary, Mother of Jesus, lived the last years of her life. Finally, explore the fabled city of Troy, where ancient ruins abound.Watch Now >>
Explore the ancient cities of Erzurum, Sumela, and Trabzon. Whether built within the cities themselves, or standing majestically upon a steep, mountainside precipice, the wonderful architecture that is found in this region has grown more striking in their subtleties over time.Watch Now >>
Emmy Award-Winning filmmaker, Brian Wignall, teams up with his wife, Julie, and their daughter, Amelia, to explore ten natural wonders and mysteries of the American West beyond the Rocky Mountains. Here the Wignalls relive the history of Great Basin National Park, experience the park’s vast mountains, streams, and lakes, hunt for sparkling sun stones, andWatch Now >>
The city of Urfa is steeped in history, and its ancient architecture and ruins are not to be missed. A surprise awaits visitors atop Mt. Nemrut, while in Gaziantep one can view the most extensive collection of ancient Roman mosaics in the world that were recently discovered and transferred from the city of Zeugma.Watch Now >>