White

Similar to the Black collection, White often serves as a contrast that allows other pops of color to take center stage. One thing is for certain, these snaps & stories aren't vanilla.

Plymouth, Michigan, United States

Penn Theatre

This community staple was without a "movie staple" in its first decade.

South Sardinia, Italy

Porto Flavia

A fanciful doorway hides a masterpiece of engineering.

Inverness, California, United States

KPH Maritime Radio Receiving Station

A trip through the tree tunnel is a ticket to another world. It’s easy to get lost in the wonder of the place… but, wait! Listen closely… we’re receiving a message.

London, United Kingdom

The Connaught Bar

Enjoy a long list of libations at what was voted the world's greatest bar.

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Derby Line, Vermont, United States

Haskell Free Library & Opera House

Purposely built to pledge allegiance to two flags, this structure automatically enrolls performers into an international tour.

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Shelburne, Vermont, United States

Shelburne Museum

Since 1947, this off-centered museum has been putting the "ordinary" in "extraordinary" with its unusual collection.

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Barcelona, Spain

Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys

To the Spanish officials who built this stadium, there was no better place to host the Olympic games. History, however, had other plans.

Tobermory, Isle of Mull, United Kingdom

Tobermory

A harbor possibly holding buried treasure.

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Hastings, East Sussex, United Kingdom

East Hill Cliff Railway

World-changing inspiration struck at the top of a hill — but the experiments had to wait. The inventor’s only way down was the steepest ride in England.

Seattle, Washington, United States

Space Needle

This Seattle icon actually began with a bar napkin sketch of a UFO and a tethered balloon.

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South Tyrol, Italy

Alpe di Siusi

The Alpe di Siusi is the largest and highest alpine plateau in Europe.

Tenby, United Kingdom

Lifeboat Station

This historic & picturesque Lifeboat Station was remodeled into private residence.

Washington DC, United States

Capitol Hill Books

Buyers, beware. One member of the crew at Capitol Hill Books isn’t here for your crap — and he means, it in the most caring, sincere way possible.

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Washington, D.C., United States

Smithsonian’s National Postal Museum

Located next to Union Station in the capital of the United States, this museum is dedicated to all “philatists”, or as some might know them, the studiers of stamps. 

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Seattle, Washington, United States

Graduate Seattle

An Art Deco hotel with a rooftop view of the mountains.

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Seattle, Washington, United States

Paramount Theatre

The first theater in the US with a convertible audience space.

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Turin, Italy

Torino n.13

As legend has it, a local man prayed for Torino to be saved as the city was besieged. His prayers were answered, and he gave thanks by building a basilica at the very top of a rather steep hill.

Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Cape Spear Lighthouse

It was a foggy morning on the easternmost point of North America. The route to the wharf was primed for celebration — but disaster was about to strike.

Porto, Portugal

Igreja do Carmo

Azulejo-adorned Baroque church in Porto is home to a "hidden" next-door neighbor.

Paros, Greece

Kimisis Theotokou

The colorful facade of this Greek church stands out among the traditionally blue and white buildings on the island of Paros.

Val di Funes, South Tyrol, Italy

San Giovanni Church

This church is known for its quiet beauty and remote location, while its patron saint is known for keeping quiet.

Milton, Delaware, United States

King’s Ice Cream

An ice cream shop that serves up the royal treatment.

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Medina, Saudi Arabia

Dhu al-Hulayfah Mosque

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

Singapore, Singapore

The Arts House

This arts building was built as a private residence, and yet spent the last 200 years as a governmental building.

Paris, France

Petit Palais

As you stroll through the museum, imagine being among the first to see it, one of fifty million visitors who came to Paris in 1900, eager for their chance to see a whole new world.

Brooklyn, New York, United States

Luna Park

Some called it “heaven at the end of a subway ride,” others “electric Eden” ... but everyone knew it as Coney Island.

Keszthely, Hungary

Festetics Palace

Some of us are just late bloomers, but this hulking Hungarian palace had a bit longer of an awkward phase than we're used to.

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