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Nice, France

Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nice

Jules Chéret was painter and lithographer who had a widespread impact on the city and French culture and some may say he was the father of the modern poster.

Los Angeles, California, United States

Orpheum Theater

The Orpheum Theater was the last theater added to the popular Orpheum vaudeville circuit.

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.

Kecskemét, Hungary

Kecskemét Railway Station

Located equidistant from two larger cities, Budapest (in the northwest) and Szeged (in the southeast), allowing for an easy commute in either direction.

Lake Como, Italy

Grand Hotel Tremezzo

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

Narooma, Australia

Narooma Kinema

Opened in 1928, the Narooma Kinema is the fourth oldest movie theater in Australia.

Berlin, Germany

Amtsgericht Wedding

The neo-Gothic design of this courthouse was inspired by Germany's first castle.

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.

Taipei, Taiwan

Guandu Temple

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

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Royal Palace of Cambodia

The Royal Palace of Cambodia has been the official residence to Cambodia's kings since 1866.

Delhi, India

Safdarjung’s Tomb

Built in 1754, this garden tomb is the final resting place of Safdarjung, a royal court member and whistleblower who challenged the corruption of the declining Mughal Empire.

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.

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.

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.

Bahawalpur, Pakistan

Noor Mahal

Formerly a palace owned by the royal Nawabs, the Noor Mahal is now used as a state guest house.

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.

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.

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.

Prague, Czech Republic

Grand Hotel Evropa

Built in 1872, the interior of this Art Nouveau style hotel served as the set location for films like "Mission Impossible" and "Titanic".

Cappadocia, Turkey

Turk Telekom

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

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.

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.

Hofn, Iceland

Ingibjörg Sar

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

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Hoan Bridge

Multiple delays in its opening earned this bridge the nickname, "The Bridge to Nowhere".

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.

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.

Oetz, Austria

Hotel Habicher Hof

This four-star hotel in Oetz, Austria began as a two-room inn, but remains a family-operated establishment pioneering the hospitality industry.

Florianopolis, Brazil

Paróquia Nossa Senhora a Lapa

With a history dating back to the late 1700s, this church has seen many renovations throughout the years to preserve its beloved features.

Bogota, Colombia

Palacio Liévano

The Plaza de Bolívar, home of this government building, has overcome numerous tragedies to remain standing as a cultural centerpiece of Bogotá.

Frankfurt, Germany

Westend Underground Station

This subway station in Frankfurt, Germany functioned as a replacement for horse-drawn trams that once ran on the streets above it.

Petropolis, Brazil

Palacio Quitandinha

This Brazilian hotel's interiors were built during the golden age of American cinema and designed by influential interior and set designer Dorothy Draper.

Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, Canada

Kinsmen Scout Hall

This chapter of Kinsmen remains active with 26 members meeting every other week from September to June at the Scout Hall.

Bangkok, Thailand

Saranrom Palace

This former palace has been the seat of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1932 in Bangkok, Thailand.

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