Orange

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.

Medina, Saudi Arabia

Dhu al-Hulayfah Mosque

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

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Vijećnica

Playing host to the killing that sparked WWI was only the beginning of this heralded hall’s story — it’s one of triumph, tragedy, and a tantalizing return to glory.

Palermo, Italy

Palazzina Cinese

This weirdly wonderful palace was the result of a most fortunate twist of fate. A punishment only fit for a King — exile in Sicily.

Bonavista, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Linthorne Loft

The Linthorne Loft was the first residence in Bonavista to include a general store on the first floor.

Gdansk, Poland

The Long Market

One of Europe's grandest squares is actually a strip. Unlike Vegas, coins are not welcome here.

Mt. Hood, Oregon, United States

Timberline Lodge

Nestled in northern Oregon, this famed resort features the longest ski season in America and a lodge so meticulously hand-crafted that no two guest rooms are the same.

Épernay, Champagne, France

Champagne la Castellane

Is it a celebration without champagne? This starry drink is synonymous with life's happy moments.

Knoxville, Tennessee, United States

Tennessee Theatre

Though billed as Knoxville’s “Grand Entertainment Palace,” the Tennessee Theatre has never actually housed any royal residents.

Starnberg, Germany

Kapelle St. Peter

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

La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland

Salle de Musique

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

Tallinn, Estonia

Kadriorg Palace

This palace was built by Peter the Great as a gift for his second wife Catherine.

Morelos, Mexico

Cuautla Church

A Roman Catholic sanctuary where masses are celebrated daily in the neighborhood of “Emiliano Zapata

Hamilton, New Zealand

Hot Air Balloon

It is tradition that each time a hot-air balloon lands, champagne is shared.

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.

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.

Borkum, Germany

Bathing Machine

In bygone days they were used as mobile changing rooms for a woman to get into her swimming costume.

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Cuixmala

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

Saint Louis, Michigan, United States

Woody’s Music

Unique instruments, autographed photos, and maybe even a tarantula may greet you upon entry into this shop.

Cape May County, New Jersey, United States

Wildwood

Bill Haley and the Comets launched the hit single “Rock Around the Clock” from the stage of the Wildwood’s Hof Brau Hotel.

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Midtown Bowl

Not many can claim the title of "accidental bowling alley owners", but Aaron Goldman and Tim Schrager are among the rarified few.

Marrakesh, Morocco

Medina Quarter

Find street vendors, snake charmers, and a former execution square in Marrakesh's famed Medina Quarter.

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).

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Medinah Athletic Club

Once an exclusive men's club, this completely renovated hotel feels like stepping into Chicago's extravagant past.

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.

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