by Tanya Mohn
Travelers with a serious interest in building design often don’t get their fill when visiting new places, but an innovative travel program called Architectural Adventures, recently launched by the American Institute of Architects, aims to change that.
The institute will begin offering small-group trips to ten global destinations early this year that are designed to help everyone from dedicated architectural buffs and art and photography enthusiasts to other “intellectually curious travelers” discover and appreciate the world’s architecture.
“The tour guides will offer an up-close view of not just the iconic landmarks and buildings in the various cities, but also an explanation of how the historical, political and cultural events helped shape the cityscapes,” the organizers said in a statement.
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