In the 17th century, the Dutch paid fortunes for a single bulb. Today they grow them by the millions.
Some four million U.S. museum goers will see the travelling treasures from the Egyptian Pharaoh's tomb over the next two years.
El-Nawawy: Guardian of the Tresures
Jet planes did the old train in...but a nostalgic successor is alive and well.
End of the LineNostalgia Rides the Rails
Objects of wood, ivory and gold, priceless beyond measure: the 3,300 year-old legacy of a timeless land.
In the 16th century, Turks filled their gardens with rows of tulips and used them as patterns for tiles and textiles.