A short distance south of Stein-am-Rhein and well worth a visit is Kartause Ittingen, a former Charterhouse (Carthusian monastery) out in the countryside near Warth, some 6km south over a ridge from Stein-am-Rhein. From 1461 until 1868, the old buildings were home to a community of between twelve and fifteen Carthusian monks; recently restored after decades of neglect, the complex today houses the Ittinger Museum (Mon–Fri 2–5pm, Sat & Sun 11am–5pm; Fr.5), which sheds light on the life of ...
Monkey business: The 12-week-old orangutan snuggles up close to carer Kate Diver, who wears a specially-made orange jacket with tassels that mimic orangutan fur so he learns how to hold on to his new mother tightly
London - Temple Bar was the last surviving City gateway, having replaced a wooden gate that had separated the City of London from Westminster. The gate had burned down in the Great Fire of London (1666) and this Portland stone portal went up in 1669-72.
Take a look at the photos that photojournalist Steve McCurry has taken of people reading around the world. They are gorgeous and inspiring. http://www.flavorwire.com/314365/gorgeous-photographs-of-people-reading-around-the-world?all=1#