Have a love for our world’s thriving metropolises? Look no further than All That’s Interesting’s collection of interesting photographs and articles about cities!
A Good Samaritan Picked Up The Hotel Tab For 70 Homeless People In Chicago
When a propane tank exploded at the homeless campsite, responding crews confiscated the remaining units. Fortunately, a good Samaritan took action.
33 Historical Aerial Photos Of The World’s Great Cities
These historical aerial photos of New York, Paris, London, and others reveal the planet's most astounding cities like you've never seen them before.
How One Man Stole $500,000 From A Las Vegas Casino And Got Away With It
Bill Brennan hasn't been seen since he walked out the door of the Stardust casino in 1992 with a huge haul of cash and chips.
32 Weird New York Facts Even New Yorkers Probably Don’t Know
These thirty-two interesting facts about New York highlight the hidden gems and weird trivia behind the biggest city in the United States.
Kindlifresserbrunnen: The Mysterious Child-Eating Statue Of Bern
While no one knows for sure why the Kindlifresserbrunnen was built, there are several theories as to why a child eating statue could be there.
15 Astounding Photos Taken Inside The Lost Underground City Of Derinkuyu
Step inside the unbelievable underground city of Derinkuyu, which has sat hundreds of feet below the Earth's surface for centuries.
Man Shows Incredible Restraint As Idiot Racist Unloads On Him [VIDEO]
“Being Chinese, I was worried...I would be targeted as well.”
26 Incredible Photos Of New York City Before It Became New York City
When America's biggest city was mostly farmland.
Charlotte Mayoral Candidate Lists ‘White’ Among Her Qualifications
Kimberley Paige Barnette's campaign message read: “VOTE FOR ME! REPUBLICAN & SMART, WHITE, TRADITIONAL."
HUGE Unexploded WWII Bomb Found In Frankfurt, 70,000 Evacuated
About 10% of the city's residents will need to be cleared out.
$20 Gallons Of Gas And $43 Cases Of Water Among Outrageous Price Gouges During Harvey
The Texas Attorney General, Ken Paxton, said that he has received over 500 complaints of price gouging during this emergency.