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Como, Colorado, United States

Como Depot

Likely took its name from a large group Italian immigrants who named the Depot after Como, Italy.

Carlisle, United Kingdom

The Pools

The Pools opened in 1909 with the finest tile work - which would become its saving grace.

Tropoja, Albania

Valbona Valley

This untamed haven of mountains, caves, and rivers has a special place in Albanian culture.

Rye, Sussex, United Kingdom

Rye Signal Box

Tourism may be it's main industry these days, but once this town was a smuggler's haven.

Gaming, Austria

Ötscherland-Express

Ride along this historic express train to a monastery founded by the once powerful Habsburgs.

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Hanna Theatre

Not only did it survive the Great Depression, the Hanna would go on to become the preeminent theater in the region.

Saint Johnsbury, Vermont, United States

Dog Chapel

All dogs go to heaven--but we get a Dog Chapel.

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

James Blake House

Built in 1661 by - you guessed it - James Blake.

Starnberg, Germany

Kapelle St. Peter

This perfectly picturesque chapel was once the place to go to cure any number of diseases.

Látrabjarg, Iceland

Bjargtangar Lighthouse

The westernmost structure in Europe, and the only permanent building on Látrabjarg, Iceland’s largest seabird cliff.

Glenfinnan, Scotland

Glenfinnan Viaduct

Would you believe the longest concrete railway bridge in Scotland was built by a man named “Concrete Bob”?

Fort William, Scotland

The Nevis Range Mountain Gondola

Following in the footsteps of your heroes is never easy, but if your hero is Sir Hugh Munro you’ve got a tough mountain to climb to reach your goal.

Porto, Portugal

The Presidential Train

Transformed into a traveling culinary experience thanks to Gonçalo Castel-Branco’s ten-year-old daughter.

Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Linh Son Temple

A place of worship and gathering space this spot brings peace to a community fleeing war.

Puymoyen, France

Moulin du Verger

"If there's a right way to make a piece of paper, it's the way that they've been doing it for 500 years at the water-powered mill."

Cape Town, South Africa

Diaz Point Viewfinder

From this serial vantage point on Cape Town's Table Mountain, no matter where you train your gaze, there is something that begs to be magnified.

Zürich, Switzerland

Landesmuseum

A modern castle full of Swiss treasures, including an ancient statue discovered amongst a pile of bones.

Vieira de Leiria, Portugal

Striped Bungalows

Open for the summer season, these stalls sell ice cream, beach toys, and the like, while blending seamlessly with the typical striped homes of the region.

Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

Kibo Hut

Nearly every climber who has summited since has recorded his or her thoughts about the extreme accomplishment in a book stored in a wooden box at the top.

Bay of Kotor, Montenegro

Our Lady of the Rocks

Perast’s most famous landmark is this artificial islet, with a curious history, surrounded as much by legend as it is by water.

London, United Kingdom

Vickers Viscount

A turboprop airliner designed by Sir George Edwards, who oversaw the development of the supersonic 'Concorde'.

Dresden, Germany

Yenidze

A building of novel design that could satisfy city regulations while also providing clever advertising for his Turkish cigarettes.

Lake Bled, Slovenia

Pletna Boat

Special boats running atop a picturesque Alpine lake located near the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana.

Wroclaw, Poland

BGZ BNP Paribas Branch

A colorful example of architecture that the early inhabitants of modern Wrocław were determined to clear as it represented remaining traces of German habitation.

Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada

Christ Anglican Church

This lovely 19th-century church was built thanks to a land grant from a militia veteran of the War of 1812.

Millinocket, Maine, United States

Baxter State Park

When Maine governor Percival Baxter established Baxter State Park, he wrote into its deed that it would remain "forever wild".

Patagonia, Argentina

Laberinto Patagonia

The largest labyrinth in Argentina boasts nine entrances for visitors to enter its maze.

Milan, Italy

Marchesi 1824

Beginning solely as a confectioner, the shop garnered a widespread reputation.

Tuscany, Italy

Marina Di Carrara

Known not only for its iconic white and blue-gray marble but also as a seaside resort

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