Here's what caught our eye on the internet this week.
Loving this , which highlights how different people live in identical apartments in one building in Bucharest. – Daniel, editorial assistant
How do families all over the world spend their vacations? The NYT has showcasing moms, dads, and kids enjoying smoke saunas in Estonia, sand baths in Japan, and picnics in Iran. – Jeralyn, editorial director
Ever a sucker for a good castle, I can't wait to binge on , Smithsonian Earth's new series about palaces that have been abandoned by humans and adopted by creatures. (If I were a falcon, I'd move into the Alhambra, too.) – Pavia, CEO
Closing out summer with a at how it's celebrated in Japan: Some , are held each season in a tradition dating back to the 18th century. – Daniel
("show") is a new documentary about a small Tuscan town that turns its civic life into a play every summer. . – Pavia
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