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Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Gartner Auditorium

A grand organ's renovated concert space is housed in an unexpected institution.

Tokyo, Japan

Meiji Jingu

A shrine where the living venerate the spiritual world through sake offerings.

Magnisi Peninsula, Sicily, Italy

Magnisi Lighthouse

Situated next to ancient burial grounds has drawn grave robbers to this Sicilian lighthouse.

Prince Edward Island, Canada

West Point Lighthouse

Upon first sight, the black-and-white-striped square-tapered tower design of West Point Lighthouse is geometrically striking in its natural habitat.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Suburban Station

Opened in 1930, Suburban Station is an underground station built to replace the above ground Broad Street Station.

Marathon, Florida, United States

Faro Blanco Lighthouse

This lighthouse in the Florida Keys keeps has served as a residence and office as well as an unofficial private navigator for boats.

Harlem, New York, USA

Metro-North

This relied-upon commuter rail transports passengers between New York City and the northern suburbs in New York and Connecticut.

Teton Village, Wyoming, USA

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort

Skiers have been enjoying the Grand Tetons since the early 1900s, but the mountains have drawn adventurers for centuries.

Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA

Longwood Gardens

This organ designed by Belgian musician Firmin Swinnen creates music with the help of of 10,010 pipes.

Konstanz, Mainau Island, Germany

Schwedenturm

This German tower is straight out of a fairytale, as it is located on Mainau Island, home to many different species of trees, shrubs, and blossoms.

Milan, Italy

Teatro Franco Parenti

This venue for experimental and independent theater works has premiered performances that have come to define the country's cultural history.

New York, New York, USA

Gramercy Typewriter Co.

While many people are just starting to use typewriters as a retro form of communication, this NYC-based company has been in the business for nearly a century.

Bristol, United Kingdom

Bristol Temple Meads

This train station, the oldest and largest in Bristol, England, was the first station designed by Industrial Revolution engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA

Martha’s Vineyard Ferry

This ferry service off the east coast of the U.S. is the only way to transport an automobile to the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.

Newport, Rhode Island, USA

The Breakers

This bedroom in the Vanderbilt mansion The Breakers belonged to Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, who grew up to be a prominent sculptor and founder of The Whitney Museum of American Art.

Berlin, Germany

Ernst-Reuter-Platz

This train station sits underneath Berlin's famous street, Straße des 17. Juni, birthplace of the East German uprising and host of the largest party in the world.

Skagen, Denmark

Sandormen

Sandormen is a tractor-pulled vehicle service that brings tourists to the tip of Grenen, Denmark's northernmost point in order to collect their famous pebbles.

Utrecht, Netherlands

Spoorwegmuseum

Visitors can learn how trains changed the world at this transportation museum located within an old Dutch train station.

Tangier, Morocco

Cinematheque de Tangier

This independent Moroccan theater is dedicated to film culture and housed in a slightly crumbly 1930s cinema.

London, United Kingdom

The Tomb of The Unknown Warrior

This ornate memorial in Westminster Abbey, London marks the grave site of an unknown infantryman killed in World War I.

Surrey, United Kingdom

Invicta S-Type

This sports car introduced the low-slung chassis and unprecedented durability to the automobile industry.

Berlin, Germany

Konzerthaus Berlin

This historically-restored German concert hall, one of three within the structure, is home to one of Europe's most renowned orchestras.

Tokyo, Japan

Citizen Watch Co.

The joint product of Swiss and Japanese watchmakers, this watch company employs master craftsmen to build their most high-end timepieces in-house by hand.

Lima, Peru

La Marina Lighthouse

Urban legend attributes the design of this famous Peruvian lighthouse in the Miraflores district of Lima, to Gustave Eiffel. You may know him from his famous tower in Paris.

Greenbrier County, West Virginia, USA

The Greenbrier

In the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia is “America’s Resort” with the lavish interior designs of infamous Dorothy Draper, while also holding an underground secret that may have ties to the U.S. government.

Hatteras, North Carolina, USA

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

An engineering feat occurred in 1999 when the massive concrete Cape Hatteras Lighthouse in North Carolina was moved almost a mile inland to safer ground.

Chur, Switzerland

Bernina Express

This epic four-hour alpine train journey takes passengers over 196 bridges and through 55 tunnels.

Batusangkar town, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Pagaruyung Palace

This royal palace of the former Pagaruyung Kingdom in Indonesia has been destroyed by fire 3 times.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Amalienborg

Danish palace complex guarded day and night by the Royal Life Guards.

Salem, Massachusetts, USA

The Jonathan Corwin House

Also known as The Witch House, this is the only structure still standing with direct ties to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692.

Grand Marais, Michigan, USA

Old Post Office Museum

This local history museum was once a jewelry store, a post office, and even a beauty salon.

London, United Kingdom

10 Downing Street

Designed by a spy, this private residence and government office is the office of the UK's Prime Minister. It is 300 years old and contains over 100 rooms.

New York, New York, USA

Salk School of Science

This middle school partners with NYU's School of Medicine, whose members mentor 6-8 graders.

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