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Willemstad, Curaçao

Skyline

In addition to these brightly colored buildings, Curaçao is also home to an incredible blend of cultures and a complex, layered history.

Bangkok, Thailand

Siam Park City

A ride down the Park's Speed Slide is very much like gliding down a rainbow.

Bariloche, Argentina

Modesta Victoria

The ship has a capacity for 300 passengers and has carried princes and presidents.

Admont, Austria

Admont Abbey Library

This design of this monastery library - the largest in the world - was inspired by the ideals of the Age of Enlightenment.

Killyleagh, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Killyleagh Castle

Ireland’s oldest castle—and among the most ancient, still-inhabited castles in the world.

Andros, Greece

Tourlitis Lighthouse

Greece's first automated lighthouse looks like it was carved out of a fantasy novel.

New York, New York, United States

Sushi Noz

An Omakase-style restaurant, meaning patrons don’t presume to order but rather they “entrust” the chef to offer the finest culinary experience.

Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

MS Spirit of Tasmania

The Spirit of Tasmania I made waves in the media when she endured rough waters along the Bass Strait and returned safely.

Awhitu, New Zealand

Kohekohe Church

Built by a Waiuku native, this Presbyterian church was used for prayer services and Temperance meetings until it was decommissioned in 1976.

Selvogur, Iceland

Strandarkirkja

This seaside Icelandic church has mystical beginnings - and a divine legacy.

Faro, Portugal

Igreja do Carmo

It has been said this church was built at a time during Portuguese history where money flowed freely from the colonies and the church was paid for in Brazilian gold, paving way for an interior of gilded altars.

Tvøroyri, Faroe Islands

Strandfaraskip Landsins

Since roadways are scarce, this public transportation company provides ferry service connecting the eighteen islands of the Faroe Island archipelago.

Marrakesh, Morocco

Bahia Palace

The Grand Courtyard, now spare and empty, were not the type of galleries where fine art is on display, unless you considered that fine art on display to be a harem of concubines.

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Saint Paul Athletic Club

In 1917, members of the Saint Paul Athletic Club raised $1 million to build its new clubhouse.

South Island, New Zealand

Lake Tekapo

During the summer, the waters of New Zealand’s Lake Tekapo turn a magical shade of blue thanks to fine particles of rock deposited from surrounding glaciers, which reflect the sun and lend the lake its glowing, almost neon, hue.

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Brooklyn Bridge

With gothic arches that rise “like majestic cathedral windows,” the structure not only symbolized the era’s optimism, but stood as a work of art in its own right.

Cape Town, South Africa

African Trading Port

This art gallery, nestled in one of the oldest working harbors in Cape Town, curates traditional art from all over Africa.

Chamonix, France

Montenvers Railway

When peering through a Montenvers railcar’s window the Mer de Glace below is like a flood frozen in time, this Sea of Ice is France's largest glacier.

Istanbul, Turkey

Topkapı Palace

Home to the Spoonmaker's Diamond, the fourth largest diamond in the world.

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Cambridge University Boat Club

It started as a rivalry without a venue amongst two undergraduate friends. Now the Cambridge vs. Oxford University Boat Race is nearly a 200-year tradition.

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.

New York, New York, United States

McNally Jackson Books

After working in publishing for many years, Sarah McNally opened McNally Jackson Books in 2004.

St. Pete Beach, Florida, United States

Don CeSar Hotel

Known as the Pink Palace, the Don Cesar Hotel was a destination among America's rich and famous during the Jazz Age.

Lake Como, Italy

Grand Hotel Tremezzo

Built in 1910, the Grand Hotel Tremezzo embodies the elegance and exuberance of the Belle Epoque era.

Brunico, Italy

Ruis Cable Car

Located in the Dolomites, the Ruis Cable Car transports passengers up to the Kronplatz mountain peak.

Bogota, Colombia

Teatro Faenza

Opened in 1924, the Teatro Faenza is Bogota's oldest theater and is housed on the site of a former ceramic factory.

Hillah,Babil, Iraq

Ishtar Gate

Built in 575 BC, the Ishtar Gate was conceived as part of a grand processional way into the city of Babylon.

Batavia, Illinois, United States

Campana Factory

Opened two years before the Great Depression, the Campana Factory manufactured Italian Balm, a popular hand lotion.

Sligo, Ireland

Raghly Harbour

Built seven years before the Irish Famine, Raghly Harbour is home to small fishing fleets of crab and lobster boats.

Toronto, Canada

Grand Hotel

Although it seems naturally lit, the swimming pool in Toronto's Grand Hotel is actually located in the basement.

Hamburg-Blankenese, Germany

Blankeneser Segel Club

The Blankeneser Segel Club (BSC) is the oldest sailing club in Germany with direct access to the river Elbe, one of the three major rivers in Central Europe

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