In the 1850s, James Webb, a free black farmer, built this one-room log cabin in Preston, Md., and lived there with his wife and four children. You can learn more about this structure, the Harriet Tubman Byway and the Underground Railroad at Photo by @darrenshiggins. #harriettubman #undergroundrailroad #history
Where in the world are we? Photo by @meridithkohut.
The Botanical Building in #SanDiego, a magnificent century-old structure filled with more than 2,000 plants. More on this week’s 36 Hours column, with photos by @bethcoller, at
The Taiwan salad dressed with salted black beans at MUME, one of the #Taipei restaurants serving dishes heavy on local ingredients. More gorgeous food shots by @davehagerman at
Ice- and-snow-covered trees at the #Yongpyong Resort in #Pyeongchang, South Korea. More on how the 2018 Winter Olympics is a coming-out party for the country as a winter sports destination, with photos by @laurynishak, at
Ingredients for a special spicy hot pot at Mr. Meat Hot Pot and Butchery in #Taipei, where @davehagerman explored restaurants with a new emphasis on local ingredients. More at
Where in the world are we? Photo by @laurynishak.
Snow blankets the boreal forest near the village of #Deline, in the #NorthwestTerritories of #Canada. More stunning photos by @csmphotos at
The northern lights, captured by @csmphotos, illuminate the sky above the Grey Goose Lodge in the village of #Deline -- it’s the only hotel and restaurant in the village. More on a remote corner of the #NorthwestTerritories of #Canada at
Mist rises in the distance at the transition of ice to the open water on the surface of the Great Bear Lake as the sun sets on a short winter day, captured in the #NorthwestTerritories by @csmphotos. From November until January, #Deline gets less than five hours of sun each day. More at
@jasonhenry visited the kitchen at Giorgio's at 201 Main in downtown #Salinas -- one of the spots making #SalinasValley a dining and wine destination. More at
@danirodriguesphoto got this shot of shoes for sale on the street of the medina in #Marrakesh, one of the planet’s oldest, largest, most diverse and most atmospheric open-air markets. More at
Where in the world are we? Photo by @csmphotos.
The Ben Youssef Mosque, captured by @danirodriguesphoto from the Le Jardin Secret in #Marrakesh, a garden built from the ruins of a magnificent 19th-century palace. More at
The mazelike passages of the medina in #Marrakesh, this week’s 36 Hours destination, shot by @danirodriguesphoto. More at
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