Vestland, Norway

Undredal Stave Church

Famed for being the smallest stave church still in use in all of Scandinavia, it is just the right size for the village’s inhabitants of around 100 people and 500 goats.

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Congress Plaza Hotel

This 19th-century Hotel is home to 871 rooms -- and countless ghosts who roam its halls.

Fujikawaguchiko, Japan

Fuji Electric Railway

This Railway shares a surprising partnership with a railway across the world -- in Switzerland.

Daytona Beach, Florida, United States

Daytona International Speedway

If Daytona was going to be the world capital for competitive speed, it was going to need a precise timer.

Cappadocia, Turkey

Hot Air Balloon

Hop on a hot air balloon to explore this region's ancient villages carved in soft rock.

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon Geographic Society

This exploration society emerged as a great connector of Portugues citizens and students living across the globe.

Bariloche, Argentina

Modesta Victoria

The ship has a capacity for 300 passengers and has carried princes and presidents.

Holzegg, Mythen, Switzerland

Brunni-Holzegg Cable Car

The hike up the Grosse Mythen is quite a popular pastime with almost 50,000 locals and international mountaineers scaling the great peak annually.

New York, New York, United States

Minetta Tavern

Established in the years following Prohibition, the Tavern quickly became a hotspot to enjoy a spirit in public, along with a dash of camaraderie.

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Evanston, Illinois, United States

Grosse Point Light

Though no longer active, the keeper’s house now operates as a maritime museum.

Lisbon, Ohio, Ohio, United States

Morgan’s Drug Store

For its long run in the heart of Lisbon, Morgan’s helped thousands of locals find relief to their pains, but it was arguably most adored during Prohibition.

Istanbul, Turkey

Topkapı Palace

Home to the Spoonmaker's Diamond, the fourth largest diamond in the world.

Bolton Valley, Vermont, United States

Waffle Cabin

The cozy, quaint Waffle Cabin serves Liege-style waffles, a unique recipe native to Belgium.

Washington DC, United States

Larz Anderson House

Once described as a “Florentine villa in the midst of American independence,” this turn-of-the-20th century aristocratic mansion was built in a European state of mind with its dominating English and Italian influences.

Detroit, Michigan, United States

Ralph Bunche Elementary School

This elementary school is named for Ralph Bunche, the first African American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

Narooma, Australia

Narooma Kinema

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

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Paseo YMCA

A historic community center that served as the meeting place for the formation of the Negro National League.

Nova Scotia, Canada

Cape George Lighthouse

Over 107 years, six different lightkeepers manned this lighthouse before it was rebuilt and automated in 1968.

London, United Kingdom

Poplar Cottage

Built in 1695, Poplar Cottage is the last remaining weatherboard cottage in London's Charlton Village.

New York, New York, United States

FDNY Engine 55

Engine 55 was one of the first two fire companies to arrive at Ground Zero on 9/11.

Longview, Washington, United States

Longview Theater

In 2013, the nonprofit Stageworks Northwest raised $25,000 to restore the theater's historic marquee.

Recife, Brazil

Cine São Luiz

The Cine São Luiz is one of the only theaters in the world that has stained-glass windows.

Furka Pass, Switzerland

Hotel Belvédère

In its heyday, guest rooms overlooked icy stretches of the Rhône Glacier and a grotto carved into the blue-tinged ice.

Edinburgh, Scotland

The Scotsman Hotel

Housed in the former offices of The Scotsman newspaper, this luxury hotel is reportedly haunted by newspaper workers who never left their post.

Gifu Prefecture, Japan

Yōrō Railway

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

Val Veny, Italy

Rifugio Monte Bianco

Opened in 1953, the Rifugio Mont Bianco is a rest stop on the Tour du Mont Blanc.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Royal Concertgebouw

Built in 1886, the Royal Concertgebouw is heralded as on of the finest concert halls with world-renowned acoustics.

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.

Västerås, Sweden

Utter Inn

Originally an art installation conceived from the enigmatic architect Mikael Genberg, the living quarters of this petit Inn are in the middle of a lake and 3m under water.

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.

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