Red

Is it warm in here? Red, often associated with love, passion, and all things hot, you might need to cool off after exploring this collection.

Venice, Italy

Teatro La Fenice

Venice's "The Phoenix" Theater has literally burned and risen from the ashes - multiple times.

Idaho Springs, Colorado, United States

Idaho Springs

Discover the mountain treasures of Idaho Springs, the birthplace of the Colorado Gold Rush and home of the first commercialized hot springs in America.

Grand Junction, Colorado, United States

Avalon Theater

The small, rugged town of Grand Junction was once no more than a pit stop along the train route between Denver and Salt Lake City. Then came the Avalon.

Greely, Pennsylvania, United States

Camp Timber Tops

Coming here since 1961, campers have come to the Poconos to take part in Camp Timber Tops---we hope the cabins have heating.

Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick, Canada

Petit-Rocher

"Don’t let Petit-Rocher’s size fool you — its story is as grand as its traditions. Step into this tiny French enclave and be transported to another time."

Praia da Vitória, Azores, Portugal

The Império da Caridade

In order to stave off disaster, many believers on Terceira Island in the Azores go on elaborate processions just as their ancestors did eight centuries ago.

Bavaria, Germany

Chiemsee

Amongst the glittering lake and Alpine background lies a palace fit for a "mad" king.

Stevenson, Washington, United States

Stevenson Landing

This remote landing finds itself in a triangle of volcanic activity.

Holmdel, New Jersey, United States

Church of St. Catharine

Don’t let this church’s size fool you — its halls may be small, but the tale of its determined beginnings and its miraculous revival is a grand one.

Knoxville, Tennessee, United States

Tennessee Theatre

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

Providence, Rhode Island, United States

Graduate Hotel Providence

While Jazz Age socialites flocked to this iconic hotel--some guests couldn't wait to fly away!

Providence, Rhode Island, United States

Rhode Island State House

Most of the tales we hear about America’s early days are led by protagonists named Franklin, Madison, or Adams… but not this time.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

This Philadelphia museum is the oldest in the United States, and home to a prestigious art school for gifted, aspiring artists eager to hone their craft.

Nymindegab, Denmark

Ese Houses

In the sleepy village of Nymindegab, the 200+ permanent residents still utilize relics of this industry: Esehusene.

Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Linh Son Temple

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

Angoulême, France

Angoulême Town Hall

When besieged by Vikings, it was fit to become a castle; when inspired with the republican spirit, it's become a space for public debate and local government.

Tremont, Maine, United States

Great Gott Island

Great Gott Island doesn’t have any running electricity or cars, with seasonal inhabitants relying on kerosene lamps and propane-powered water heaters.

Los Angeles, California, United States

Hollywood Melrose Hotel

This Hotel was designed by one of the most prolific movie theater architects of the 20th century.

Eyjafjörður, Iceland

Hauganes Village

This small fishing village is home to 140 residents, humpbacks--and hot tubs.

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

In the course of the past century, the arena has easily earned its place in the history books as “The Greatest Stadium in the World.”

Istanbul, Turkey

Turkey Ferry Line

A ride on the Turkey ferry is a voyage not only across continents but through time.

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.

Potsdam, Germany

New Palace

A palatial retreat with over two hundred rooms that served as a hangout used to impress visiting dignitaries.

South Island, New Zealand

Ski-Plane

The founder of this aviation-based business piloted the first retractable ski-plane in September of 1955 (with the adventurer Sir Edmund Hillary among his passengers).

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Nordic Club

These hand-painted tags are used to mark tennis court occupancy at the Nordic Club—an unlikely establishment on the banks of Gulshan Lake in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Masada National Park, Israel

Camel Crossing

Camels in this UNESCO world heritage site are ridden almost exclusively by tourists seeking the romance of a bygone era.

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.

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