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The color and name of a popular fruit. You won't find any citrus in this colorful collection, but it is a tasty one nonetheless.
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Issaquah, Washington, United States

Historic Shell Station

Feeding car enthusiasts' fantasies since its mollusk-selling inception.

Yokohama, Japan

Port of Yokohama

Officially opened in 1859, the Port of Yokohama served as the catalyst for international trade between Japan and the United States throughout the 19th century.

Camacari, Brazil

Apcef Bahia

The Apcef Bahia is a non-profit sports and leisure organization that serves employees from Caixa Econômica Federal da Bahia, or the Federal Savings Bank of Bahia.

Staten Island, New York, United States

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry in New York City remains in operation long after bridges and tunnels connected most of the metropolis in the mid 20th century.

Melbourne, Australia

Fitzroy Gardens

For 150 years, visitors have enjoyed this Victorian-inspired garden with its pathways engulfed by breathtaking elm trees.

Adrian, Texas, United States

Midpoint Cafe

Headed to Chicago? You're halfway there!

Joshua Tree, California, United States

Area 55 Futuro House

Conceived in the late 196os as a portable ski chalet, this retro pod stand proudly in the desert of Joshua Tree.

Beaufort, Australia

Beaufort Fire Station

Built in the late 1800s, the Beaufort Fire Station serves the sleepy town of Beaufort, Australia.

Cardrona, New Zealand

Cardrona Hotel

A relic of New Zealand's gold rush, this historic hotel now mines for tourists.

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

Teide National Park

This national park is home to Spain's tallest mountain, and archeological sites of an ancient indigenous tribe.

Joshua Tree, California, United States

Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree has attracted all types of people throughout its history, including a female archeologist who wasn't afraid to break barriers.

burley, Idaho, United States

Burley Theater

A century-old theater operated by the fourth- and fifth-generation of the Harris family.

Cairo, Egypt

Western Desert

Outside the majestic metropolis of Cairo sits the Western Desert, home to the famous Pyramids of Giza.

Paternoster, South Africa

Paternoster Hotel

Hidden in the West Coast of South Africa lies a tiny fishing village known for its lobster, oysters, and the white-washed fishermen's cottages.

Solitaire, Namibia

Namib Desert

Deemed to be one of the world's oldest deserts, this arid area transcends country lines and is home to thriving wildlife...

Gulfport, Florida, United States

Gulfport Casino

The $10 price of admission includes a free dance lesson, proving that at Gulfport Casino, everyone’s a winner.

Paris, France

Place Vendôme

The site of some of the most luxurious brands is also the site of some of the most unusual ... recycling.

Oradea, Romania

Black Eagle Palace

Before it became a palace of commerce, accommodation, and entertainment, in the 1700s it was simply the Black Eagle Inn (the Town’s Beer House).

La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

Salle de Musique

This theatre is a perfect reflection of the precise nature of it's watch-making patrons.

Agra, India

Agra Fort

Totaling 94 acres, this massive fortress made of red sandstone was the former residence and capital city of India's medieval Mughal Dynasty.

Genoa, Italy

Genova–Casella Railway

Climbing from sea to summit and back, the Genova-Casella Railway connects the port city of Genoa with the mountain village of Casella.

Aguascalientes, Mexico

Parque K. M. Romo Gymnasium

Romolandia is a seventeen-acre amusement park featuring games, rides, and sports facilities, including this stunning basketball court.

Des Moines, Iowa, United States

Surety Hotel

Once the tallest building in the state.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Cuixmala

This Mexican resort was once the private mansion of British tycoon Sir James Goldsmith.

Bologna, Italy

Calderara di Reno

This Town Hall building from Calderara di Reno in Italy has been wrought with a turbulent history and resilient people.

Hofn, Iceland

Ingibjörg Sar

This visually striking all-weather lifeboat is part of a fleet of vessels that provide sea rescue operations in Iceland.

Pinhão, Portugal

Douro Line

The Douro Line runs through the Douro River Valley, a region renowned for producing Port wine for over 2,000 years.

Medina, Saudi Arabia

Dhu al-Hulayfah Mosque

This mosque is believed to be the location where Muhammed prepared for his peaceful pilgrimage to Mecca.

Subotica, Serbia

Raichle Palace

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

Berlin, Germany

Berlin State Library

Based in Berlin and one of the largest libraries in Europe, the State Library is as famous for what it keeps as it is for what it has given away.

Marbella, Spain

Puente Romano Marbella

Opened in 1979, this Tennis Club was once managed by tennis legend Bjorn Borg and is frequented by top players from around the world.

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