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United Kingdom, Europe
Dismaland, a satirical take on a theme park, features grumpy guards, funereal theme park games and art by about 60 artists.
The New York Times
 | Arts
August 24, 2015
France, Europe
A replica built nearby at a cost of $59 million will allow the public to approximate the experience of the cave explorers who found the paintings.
The New York Times
 | Travel
April 28, 2015
United States, North America
The $1 billion desalination plant would provide a major test of whether California cities will be able to resort to the ocean to solve their water woes.
The New York Times
 | Innovation
April 13, 2015
United Kingdom, Europe
Burning a 75-foot-tall pagan temple in a Republican Catholic enclave on the loyalist Protestant side of town to bring people together seemed, well, mad.
The New York Times
 | Society
March 30, 2015
United States, North America
The FAA gave Amazon permission to conduct test flights of its drones as long as the company obeys a host of rules like flying below 400 feet and only during daylight hours.
The New York Times
 | Innovation
March 21, 2015
United States, North America
The master of climbing without ropes spends his life cheating death.
The New York Times
 | Adventure
March 14, 2015
China, Asia
Ordos, like so many of the country's hundreds of new towns, is famous for being empty - a symbol, some would say, of the hubris of rampant urbanization.
The New York Times
 | Travel
March 07, 2015
Brazil, South America
As Brazil grapples with its worst drought in a century, a problem worsened by polluted rivers, deforestation and population growth, the largest reservoir system serving São Paulo is near depletion.
The New York Times
 | Environment
February 17, 2015
Iceland, Europe
CarbFix seeks to tackle climate change by injecting greenhouse gasses into the ground for permanent storage.
The New York Times
 | Environment
February 16, 2015
Saudi Arabia, Asia, Middle East
The new king of Saudi Arabia is known to serve as mediator and peacekeeper between its often competing factions.
The New York Times
 | Society
January 23, 2015
South Korea, Asia
Over the past six decades, at least 200,000 Korean children have been adopted in more than 15 countries, with a vast majority living in the US.
The New York Times
 | Society
January 16, 2015
United States, North America
At a going rate of $2.5M for four weeks, the megascreen ranks as one of the most expensive pieces of outdoor ad real estate on the market.
The New York Times
 | Entertainment
November 20, 2014
United States, North America
The initiative, known as LinkNYC, will be paid for by advertising revenues from the kiosks' digital displays.
The New York Times
 | Travel
November 19, 2014
Liberia, Africa
Portraits of those who labor and survived at an Ebola treatment center in rural Liberia.
The New York Times
 | Society
November 04, 2014
Europe, Germany, Belgium, Hungary, Denmark, Italy, Turkey, Portugal, United Kingdom, Spain, France, Czech Republic
You thought you knew Europe like the palm of your hand? Here are some lines to add.
The New York Times
 | Travel
October 27, 2014