Blue

Blue has been an important color since ancient times. Often associated with peace and harmony, explore our collection for calm vibes.

Waterbury, Vermont, United States

Cabot Cheese

In 1919, 94 farmers came together to form a cooperative, realizing that they were better off working together in dairy than independently.

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Miami, Florida, United States

Ermita de la Caridad

A sanctuary for Cuban refugees whose history includes a little smuggling.

Brattleboro, Vermont, United States

Harris Hill Ski Jump

For the non-thrill seeker, it’s hard to imagine looking down on a steep-slope and thinking, “If I go fast enough, and put a ramp at the right spot, I bet I could achieve something close to flying!”

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Barcelona, Spain

Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys

To the Spanish officials who built this stadium, there was no better place to host the Olympic games. History, however, had other plans.

Tobermory, Isle of Mull, United Kingdom

Tobermory

A harbor possibly holding buried treasure.

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Hastings, East Sussex, United Kingdom

East Hill Cliff Railway

World-changing inspiration struck at the top of a hill — but the experiments had to wait. The inventor’s only way down was the steepest ride in England.

Seattle, Washington, United States

Space Needle

This Seattle icon actually began with a bar napkin sketch of a UFO and a tethered balloon.

Tenby, United Kingdom

Lifeboat Station

This historic & picturesque Lifeboat Station was remodeled into private residence.

Fairfield, Connecticut, United States

Southport Savings Bank

When choosing a location for their new home, Southport Savings Bank decided to keep an eye on their competition, by moving in right across the street.

Subotica, Serbia

Raichle Palace

This Palace was built and owned by its architect, Ferenc Raichle.

Joshua Tree, California, United States

Monument House

A home built to embrace the desert.

Yellowstone, Wyoming, United States

Yellowstone National Park

Larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined, the world’s first national park is a literal hotbed of activity.

Porto, Portugal

Igreja do Carmo

Azulejo-adorned Baroque church in Porto is home to a "hidden" next-door neighbor.

Southport, Maine, United States

Dogfish Head Point

Welcome to Dogfish Head point, home to beer, lobster, and lobster beer.

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Torrey, Utah, United States

The Flute Shop

This motel is famed for handmade Native American-inspired wooden flutes sold in its gift shop.

Paros, Greece

Kimisis Theotokou

The colorful facade of this Greek church stands out among the traditionally blue and white buildings on the island of Paros.

Milan, Italy

Anteo Palazzo del Cinema

From Neorealism to Giallo, the arthouse film is celebrated at this multipurpose theater and gathering space dedicated to cinema.

Ketchum, Idaho, United States

Community Library

Located all around the world. Founded by a group of 17 enterprising women from the Sun Valley area, the Community Library holds a unique chapter in the region’s history. 

South Ayrshire, Scotland

Girvan

When people think of Scotland, pristine, long, sandy beaches are probably not top of mind. The people of Girvan, however, would like a word.

St Andrews, Scotland

Old Course

The oldest golf course in the world was almost dumped for archery.

Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

Ventnor Haven Fishery

This seafood shack’s signature dish is a twist on tradition. Daily doses of crab ‘n chips have caused delight and dismay alike.

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Luna Park

Some called it “heaven at the end of a subway ride,” others “electric Eden” ... but everyone knew it as Coney Island.

Zephyr Cove, Nevada, United States

M.S. Dixie II

America's largest alpine lake contains...Vikings?

Tuscany, Italy

Versilia

During Roman times, Versilia was not an area where the Emperor was known to roam. A few centuries later, the Tuscans had a holiday hotspot on their hands.

Busan, South Korea

Yeongdo Lighthouse

This lighthouse is built near a forest once used for archery by an ancient king.

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Esquire Theater

This historic theater was almost turned into a fast food chain.

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