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Cambridge, United Kingdom

Corpus Christi College

During the 14th century, the Bubonic Plague led to the founding of Corpus Christi College.

Taipei, Taiwan

Guandu Temple

Built in 1712, the Guandu Temple honors the Buddhist diety Mazu, the goddess of the sea.

Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Yōrō Railway

Opened in 1913, the Yōrō Railway travels through Japan's landlocked Gifu Prefecture.

Los Angeles, California, United States

Getty Center

The Getty Center is the namesake of J. Paul Getty, an American oil tycoon and at one time the world's wealthiest man.

Vik, Iceland

Reyniskirkja Church

Situated on a hill, the Reyniskirkja Church is estimated to be the only building that would survive the volcanic eruption of the nearby Katla volcano.

Torquay, United Kingdom

MS Azura

The MS Azura's godmother is acclaimed British ballerina Darcey Bussell.

London, United Kingdom

Annabel’s

Touted as the most famous nightclub in the world, Annabel's counts Mick Jagger, Jack Nicholson, and the Royal Family among its members.

Sognsvann Lake, Norway

Cross-Country Skiers

The Norwegian relationship to skiing runs deep: the first rock carving of a skier was created 4,500 years ago in Rødøy, Norway.

Tasmania, Australia

North Hobart Post Office

The Australia Post, in its 200 years of operation contains a large property portfolio, which includes 73 Heritage buildings that had to meet specific criteria to be on the Commonwealth Heritage List, and North Hobart Post Office qualified.

Laurel, Maryland, United States

Laurel Tavern Donuts

"Buy 'em by the bag! COLD DRINKS - GOOD COFFEE." Will it be hamburgers or donuts? How 'bout both.

Hamilton, New Jersey, United States

Domestic Arts Building

Now a part of the Grounds for Sculpture park, the Domestic Arts Building was one of the first exhibit halls at the New Jersey State Fair.

Catskills, New York, United States

Fire Observation Tower

Still standing today, stretching skyward to nearly fifty feet, and made of steel.

Salzburg, Austria

Grossglockner

Winding through the Alps, the Grossglocker High Alpine Road is the highest surfaced mountain pass road in Austria.

Jackson Center, Ohio, United States

Airstream Trailer

The Airstream legacy lives on today in a number of ways, as Wally’s company continues innovating in his style, adding a range of enhanced models to the family.

Kohtla-Järve, Estonia

Palace of Culture

The Palace of Culture is one of the most well-preserved examples of Stalinist architecture still remaining in Estonia.

Surabaya, Indonesia

Gelora Bung Tomo Stadium

Not only the capital of East Java province, but Surabaya is also the center and barometer of association football clubs in Indonesia.

Dublin, Texas, USA

Dublin Bottling Works

Established in 1891, this bottling factory in Texas was the first facility to produce Dr. Pepper.

Paris, France

La Maison Rose

This restaurant on Paris' famed Montmartre hill was once frequented by Picasso.

New York, New York, USA

George F. Baker Jr. House

This impressive house was completed in 1931, but the intended resident, George Baker Sr., passed away before ever stepping foot inside. At the time of his death, he was the third richest man in the U.S., behind Henry Ford and John D. Rockefeller.

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Aberdeen Pavilion

Originally used to host agricultural fairs, this exhibition hall earned the nickname the "Cattle Castle".

Odessa, Ukraine

Al Salam Mosque

The only monument to Islam in Odessa, the Al Salam Mosque and adjoining Arabian Culture Center are emblems of the long Muslim history of the Ukranian port city.

Graubunden, Switzerland

Rhaetian Railway

Established in 1888, the Rhaetian Railway is the largest private railway network in Switzerland and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.

Phuket, Thailand

Phuket Beaches

Phuket was once on the major trading routes between India and China and is now a popular tourist renowned for its plethora of beautiful islands and beaches.

St. Gilgen, Austria

Zwölferhorn Cable Car

The Zwölferhorn Cable Car is a two-cable gondola lift that transports passengers from St. Gilgen up to the Zwölferhorn mountain.

Athens, Ohio, USA

Athena Cinema

One of the oldest movie theaters in America, the Athena Cinema opened in 1915 and has been continuously showing films ever since.

Zaandam, Netherlands

Zaanse Schans

Built in 1961, Zaanse Schans is a neighborhood in the Netherlands that aims to capture Dutch life during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Fes, Morocco

Palais Royal

Built in 1276, the Palais Royal is the palace of the King of Morocco and visitors can gain access by invitation only.

Samarkand, Uzbekistan

Registan

This public square of the ancient city of Samarkand is surrounded by three madrasas.

Los Angeles, California, USA

Beverly Hills Hotel

Open since 1912, the Beverly Hills Hotel’s Crescent Wing and iconic logo were designed by renowned African American architect Paul Williams.

Cappadocia, Turkey

Turk Telekom

Established in 1994, this telecommunications service brought the first public telephone network to Turkey.

Green Lake, Wisconsin, USA

Chapel Car “Grace”

Fully furnished with pews and an altar, this train car served as a traveling chapel throughout the American West.

Elkhorn, Wisconsin, USA

Camp Wandawega

Started as a speakeay in Prohibition America, Camp Wandawega's storied history includes time as a tavern, brothel, and even a retirement home for priests.

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